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1 Study Guide- The American Revolution Vocabulary (Matching) 1. Boston Massacre- The killing of 5 by British in 1770 became known as this. (Page 71 of 2. Nathan Hale- American captured by the British, tried for and sentenced to. (Page 86 of 3. Proclamation of This forbade settlement by American colonists of The Mountains. (Page 68 of 4. Committee of Correspondence (Page 71 of 5. Thomas Jefferson- This man wrote the of. (Page 83 of 6. Common Sense- Essay written by urging the colonies to declare independence. (Page 82 of 7. French and Indian War- Conflict between and Great Britain in the River Valley (Pages 63 &64 of 8. Hessians- (Page 80 of 9. Patriots- (Page 77 of

2 10. Loyalists- (Page 77 of 11. Habeas Corpus (Page 82 of 12. Stamp Act- This was a tax imposed on items such as legal,, playing cards, and dice. (Page 69 of 13. Pontiac s War- Conflict in which angry nations attacked forts in the Ohio Valley. (Page 67 of 14. George Washington This man was appointed the of the Army. (Page 77 of 15. John Locke- English philosopher who taught the concepts of Rights and the Social Contract. (Page 81 of 16. Writs of Assistance- (Page 70 of 17. Minutemen- Volunteers prepared to resist the when notified (Page 75 of 18. Albany Plan of Union- This proposal by and Thomas Hutchinson called for colonial in war with France. (Page 64 of 19. Benedict Arnold- This American general offered to turn over the at West Point to the British for. (Page 91 of

3 20. Sugar Act- This was a tax imposed on items such as, coffee, and indigo. (Page 69 of 21. Boston Tea Party- Event in which the Sons of protested the Act by dressing up as Mohawk and dumping tea into the Boston. (Page 73 of 22. Valley Forge- Winter camp in where American soldiers suffered from, disease and lack of. (Page 88 of Notes, Valley Forge DBQ Documents) 23. Intolerable Acts- Laws passed by English to punish for the Boston Tea Party. (Page 74 of The Declaration of Independence We hold these truths to be, that, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain, that among these are,, and the. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the. (Declaration of Independence-Preamble)

4 Multiple Choice 1. Know why the American colonists were unhappy about the Quartering Act. (Page 74 of Because the colonists had to provide, bedding and beverages to soldiers. 2. Know why the British tried to move the fighting to the South after France entered the war. (Page 91 of In an attempt to gain support. 3. Know what reason English Parliament gave for raising taxes on the colonies after (Page 68 of Colonists should help pay for the costs of the and War. 4. Know how George Washington changed his enlistment policy regarding African Americans during the Revolution. By allowing African-Americans to join the Continental Army. 5. Know where the first battles of the American Revolution took place. and (Page 75 of 6. Know two things that the Battle of Bunker Hill showed. (Page 79 of

5 7. Know how the Continental Army became well trained by the end of the American Revolution. (Page 88 of With help from Europeans such as. 8. Know some of the roles of African-Americans in the American Revolution. Many fought in the U.S. and, and some were minutemen. (Page 89 of 9. Know why the musket was used more than the rifle in the Revolutionary War. (Slide 19 of American Revolution Part I) The musket was to load and had a attached. 10. Know what immediate action the Second Continental Congress took in response to the first battles of the American Revolution at Lexington and Concord. (Page 76 of They sent a to King George III declaring their and looking to remain a part of. 11. Know the three main parts of the Declaration of Independence after the preamble. (Page 84 of rights, British, independence. 12. Know why thousands of African American slaves signed on with the British Army. (Page 89 of The British offered to any slave who served in their.

6 13. Know whose power in North America was marked by the signing of the treaty that ended the French and Indian War. (Page 66 of 14. Know why the Battle of Saratoga was a turning point for the Patriots in the war. (Page 87 of Because the Patriots gained the support of and Spain 15. Know what the First Continental Congress agreed to do in protest of the Intolerable Acts. (Page 75 of They agreed to all British goods and to stop exporting goods to. 16. Know what the significance of the battle of Yorktown was. (Page 91 of It was significant because the British. 17. Know what the British were required to do as a result of the Treaty of Paris of 1783 that ended the Revolutionary War. (Page 92 of The British had to recognize the United States as an nation. 18. Know what the rallying cry of the Patriots was throughout the American Revolution. (Page 69 of

7 Short Answer 1. Be able to list 3 advantages that the Continental Army (Americans) had in the Revolutionary War: (Pages 77 & 78 of 2. Be able to list 3 disadvantages that the Continental Army (Americans) had in the Revolutionary War: (Pages 77 & 78 of 3. Be able to list 3 advantages that the British had in the Revolutionary War: (Pages 77 & 78 of

8 4. Be able to list 3 disadvantages that the British had in the Revolutionary War: (Pages 77 & 78 of 5. Be able to list 4 reasons why the Americans won the Revolutionary War: (Page 92 of (4)

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