5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Treaty of Paris 1783
- Thomas Jefferson
- John Dickinson
- George Washington
- a Pennsylvania lawyer and leading Patriot- wanted to petition against King George III wrote the Olive tree petition
- b He signed the "delclaration of independance" he wanted to convince the americans to rebel agaisnt the king. He said people shouldnt change their system of government without a good reason.
- c small bands of fighters who weaken the enemy with surprise raids and hit-and-run attacks. like pirates
- d he built a strong army during the war. very important man
- e Treaty Between England and the Colonies , formally ended the American Revolutionary War
5 Multiple choice questions
- A stern, Prussian drillmaster that taught American soldiers during the Revolutionary War how to successfully fight the British.
- believed the relationship with Britain could be repaired
- American naval commander in the American Revolution (1747-1792) who said the famous lines " I have not yet begun to fight" when his ship was sinking but was able to defeat the British
- a general and progressive increase in prices
- in 1781 during the American Revolution the British under Cornwallis surrendered after a siege of three weeks by American and French troops
5 True/False questions
Radicals → an alliance of nations joining together to fight a common enemy
Olive Branch Petition → Still pledge loyalty to King George III but are still asking Britain to respect the rights and liberties of the colonies, repeal oppressive legislation, and British troops out of the colonies; George 3 didn't want anything to do with them and declared all colonies in a state of rebellion
Declaration of Independence → the document recording the proclamation of the Second Continental Congress (4 July 1776) asserting the independence of the colonies from Great Britain
Thomas Paine → He signed the "delclaration of independance" he wanted to convince the americans to rebel agaisnt the king. He said people shouldnt change their system of government without a good reason.
Nathan Hale → Those who favor extreme change