5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- The Battle for Savannah
- Abigail Adams
- Declaration of Independence
- crossing the delaware river
- Peter Salem
- a Savannah was Britian's first target in the south. The British won the battle
- b one of 5 African-Americans who fought at the battle of Concord, also fought at Bunker Hill
- c in the middle of winter when most soldiers were freezing and many had abandoned the american army and gone home, Washington planned a surprise attack on the Hessians in Trenton, New Jersey. On Christmas night patriot soldiers left their camp and attacked the Hessians, after only an hour the Hessians surrendered. This kept more soldiers from abandoning the Army and gave them hope the war could be won
- d This document was adopted by the Second Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. It established the 13 colonies as independent states, free from rule by Great Britain. Thomas Jefferson wrote the majority of this document.
- e John Adam's wife, she appealed to her husband to protect the rights of women. a member of the Daughters of Liberty
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- colonists who wanted to stay with Britian and not declare independence
- german soldier who came to Valley Forge, he was a well trained soldier and helped better train the Americans
- rode more than 40 miles to warn Americans of a British Attack
- king of england at the time of the American Revolution
- american woman who wrote poems and stories supporting the cause of independence. she later wrote the first history of the American REvolution written by a woman.
5 True/False Questions
Thomas Jefferson → british general during the revolution
Hessians → mercenaries(hired soldiers) from Germany who fought for the British during the American Revolution
Cowpens → in south carolina, proved the Americans could defeat the British in the South
george washington → George Washington's wife
Valley Forge → a teacher who was an American spy during the revolution, was captured and hanged by the British, said "I regret that I have but 1 life to lose for my country."