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CH 7 vocab AM

became the comander of the continental army, George Washinton
a professional solider hired to fight for a foreign country mercenary
a overalll plan of action strategy
or meeting with St. lenger and Howe in Albany redezvous
series of conflicts that led to surrender Battle of Saratoga
a country that help another country achive a goal ally
19 year old french nobleman who voulenteered in washingtons army, given commander in army division Marquis de lafayette
large steel knives placed at the ends of guns bayonet
to leave military duty without intending to come back desert
to privately own a ship that a wartime gov. gives you premission to attack merchant ships privateer
he sailed and got captured by the British and was offered a free trip to England James Forten
A Naval hero was the most famous sea battle John Paul Jones
British General who led a army that was to be challenged Lord Cornwallis
small bands of firefighters who weaken the enemy with suprise hi and run raids guerrillias
opposed to war pacifist
American and French troops bombarded Yorktown with cannons and left their buildings to rubble Battle of Yorktown
ters that led to the ending of the revolutionary war Treaty of Paris of 1783
indtead of king the people would rule rebuplicanism
fought a court case which helped end slavery in Massachusetts Elizabeth Freeman
helped start the Free african society and encouraged african Americans to help each other Richard Allen
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