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Chapter 10 Notes_

He became colonel of the 2nd NC Regiment. He was a native of Brunswick county. Robert Howe
He was the commander of the Continental army and later became the 1st president of the US. George Washington
Was the most famous naval officer of the Revolutionary War. John Paul Jones
After the battle of Kings Mountain George Washington appointed them the commander of the Continental army in the south. Nathaniel Greene
Commanded the troops at the battle of Moores Creek Bridge. James Moore
Organized the Sons of Liberty and also signed the Declaration of Independence. Samuel Adams
Led the Edenton Tea Party Penelope Barker
Was sent to protect settlers living west of the Appalachian Mountains. George Rogers Clark
Joined the Sons of Liberty and took part in the Boston Tea Party Paul Revere
Became the 1st Independent Governor of NC Richard Caswell
Commanded British troops in Georgia, SC, and NC Lord Charles Cornwallis
Became known as "Molly Pitcher" at the ballte of Monmouth in NJ Mary Hays MacCaulay
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