What battle did "the shot heard 'round the world" take place in?
Lexington & Concord
What battle did Israel Putnam say "don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes" because America was running out of ammo?
What battle did General Howe lead 32,000 British soldiers across the Atlantic Ocean in an attempt to win the Revolutionary War in one big battle?
What battle was the turning point of the American Revolution and led to France becoming an American ally?
What battle did George Washington lead the Continental Army across the Delaware River Christmas night, surprise attack the Hessians and gain a much needed morale boost?
What was the last major battle of the Revolutionary War that convinced Britain the war was too difficult and costly to pursue?
What treaty ended the Revolutionary War, gave America independence and allowed Americans to move west?
Treaty of Paris 1783
Who was made Commander of the Continental Army by the Second Continental Congress?
Who volunteered in the Continental Army and used his own money to buy warm clothes for the soldiers?
Marquis de Lafayette
Who trained the Continental Army at Valley Forge and made it a more organized fighting force?
Baron von Steuben
Where did the Continental Army spend the second winter of the American Revolution starving, freezing and catching disease?
Who earned the nickname "Swamp Fox" by leading a band of Guerrillas that harassed the British during their "Southern Campaign?"
What did Britain want to gain control of to divide the New England Colonies from the rest?
How did America win the Revolutionary War?
Patriotism, George Washington, Foreign Help and War Location
Who served as nurses, prepared meals, made uniforms and dressed as men to fight in the American Revolution?
How did the Continental Army struggle during the early years of the American Revolution?
A divided population, few soldiers, short enlistments, few military supplies, little military training, little military experience, starved, froze, suffered from disease