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1 Revolutionary War Review HMS 2014 Social Studies 8

2 ??? First battle of the Revolutionary War Shot heard round the world 8 colonial militiamen killed The British are coming Paul Revere

3 Lexington First battle of the Revolutionary War Shot heard round the world 8 colonial militiamen killed + Concord

4 ??? First American Victory Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys Attacked fort at dawn, captured lots of artillery

5 Fort Ticonderoga First American Victory Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys Attacked fort at dawn, captured lots of artillery

6 ??? Took place in Boston, Breed s Hill Howe (British) Don t fire until you see the white s of their eyes Colonists ran out of ammo, fired off whatever they could find, used bayonets

7 Bunker Hill Took place in Boston, Breed s Hill Howe (British) Don t fire until you see the white s of their eyes Colonists ran out of ammo, fired off whatever they could find, used bayonets

8 ??? Part of Philadelphia campaign Howe vs Washington British won, captured Philly (Colonial capital)

9 Germantown Part of Philadelphia campaign Howe vs Washington British won, captured Philly (Colonial capital), but did not follow up so Washington and troops escaped and refortified

10 ??? Surprise on Christmas Day, 1776 Washington vs. Hessians Crossed the Delaware Patriots won Boosted American spirits

11 Trenton Surprise on Christmas Day, 1776 Washington vs. Hessians Crossed the Delaware Patriots won Boosted American spirits

12 ??? Washington and continental army spent winter here Baron von Steuben trained troops, created an army Supplies and provisions scarce

13 Valley Forge Washington and continental army spent winter here Baron von Steuben trained troops, created an army Supplies and provisions scarce

14 ??? After Patriot victory at Vincennes, fort guarding the Mississippi River George Rogers Clark for the Patriots No shots were fired

15 Kaskaskia After Patriot victory at Vincennes, fort guarding the Mississippi River George Rogers Clark for the Patriots No shots were fired Americans in control of Great Lakes and Ohio River

16 ??? George Rogers Clark set up court here

17 Cahokia George Rogers Clark set up court here

18 ??? Fort Sackville George Rogers Clark and men waded through flooded swamps to surprise British Clark pretended to have large force Executed Native Americans in view of fort and threatened British with the same Forced British to spread their troops over a wide area=weakened British war effort

19 Vincennes Fort Sackville George Rogers Clark and men waded through flooded swamps to surprise British Clark pretended to have large force Executed Native Americans in view of fort and threatened British with the same Forced British to spread their troops over a wide area=weakened British war effort

20 ??? Howe vs Washington British won British gained control of NYC Largest battle of the war Patriots lost 20% of their army Patriots evacuated (snuck out)

21 Long Island Howe vs Washington British won British gained control of NYC Largest battle of the war Patriots lost 20% of their army Patriots evacuated (snuck out)

22 ??? Howe vs Washington Continental Army retreated to Germantown Patriots had to abandon cannon

23 Brandywine Creek Howe vs Washington Continental Army retreated to Germantown Patriots had to abandon cannon

24 ??? This Hessian trained the Continental Army at Valley Forge

25 Baron Von Steuben This Hessian trained the Continental Army at Valley Forge

26 ??? This frontiersman helped Patriots defend the Western frontier

27 George Rogers Clark This frontiersman helped Patriots defend the Western frontier

28 ??? This French aristocrat volunteered to serve in Washington s army

29 Marquis de Lafayette This French aristocrat volunteered to serve in Washington s army

30 ??? This French admiral helped George Washington during the siege of Yorktown in the American Revolutionary War

31 De Grasse This French admiral helped George Washington during the siege of Yorktown in the American Revolutionary War

32 ??? This French nobleman and general played a major role in helping America win independence during the American Revolution His strategy helped lead to the American victory at Yorktown

33 Rochambeau This French nobleman and general played a major role in helping America win independence during the American Revolution His strategy helped lead to the American victory at Yorktown

34 ??? an early American hero of the Revolutionary War who later became one of the most infamous traitors

35 Benedict Arnold an early American hero of the Revolutionary War who later became one of the most infamous traitors

36 ??? leader of a Patriot group of fighters known as the Green Mountain Boys

37 Ethan Allen leader of a Patriot group of fighters known as the Green Mountain Boys

38 ??? U.S. Army General in the Revolutionary War Blocked British advance on Albany in Battles of Saratoga

39 Horatio Gates U.S. Army General in the Revolutionary War Blocked British advance on Albany in Battles of Saratoga

40 ??? British Army General in the Revolution Led force south from Canada Gentleman s March

41 John Burgoyne British Army General in the Revolution Led force south from Canada Gentleman s March

42 ??? Court martialed for punching a British officer in F&I War Hated the British His riflemen used long barreled rifles Left wing during the Battle of Saratoga (turning point of war)

43 Daniel Morgan Court martialed for punching a British officer in F&I War Hated the British His riflemen used long barreled rifles Left wing during the Battle of Saratoga (turning point of war)

44 3 British advantages during war 1 2 3

45 3 British advantages during war 1 Strongest army and navy in the world 2 superior numbers 3 Indian support 4 hefty war chest hired Hessian soldiers

46 3 British disadvantages

47 3 British disadvantages 1. Weak motivation 2. Unaggressive leadership mile enemy coastline 4. Easy targets Red Coats

48 3 American advantages

49 3 American advantages 1. Outstanding Leadership 2. Strong motivation 3. Fighting on home ground 4. American rifle was superior 5. Experienced sharp shooters

50 3 American disadvantages

51 3 American disadvantages 1. Inexperienced army and militia 2. brand new navy 3. constant shortages 4. Near bankrupt

52 Which battle was a turning point? Why Parts of original British plan Who won

53 Saratoga 3 Part British strategy to isolate New England Burgoyne in charge, S from Canada Howe go N to New York St Leger move East Howe changed his mind and went to Philly, Burgoyne was defeated because of the no show Colonists won Turning point because France and Spain decided that the colonists had a chance to win, and entered the war

54 3 Foreign Countries that helped the Patriots

55 3 Foreign Countries that helped the Patriots France: lent Navy, $, and French soldiers, sold needed supplies Spain: declared war on Britain, captured Florida, prevented a British attack on SW Netherlands: loans, sold ships, smuggled goods

56 Discuss Battle of Yorktown Leaders? Strategies? Who Won? Why important?

57 Discuss Battle of Yorktown Washington vs Cornwallis French fleet blocked reinforcements getting to Cornwallis from the sea, American & French soldiers surrounded British by land Patriots won Last battle of the war, Treaty of Paris ended war

58 Describe a famous American naval battle Leaders Strategies Who won

59 Describe a famous American naval battle John Paul Jones with the Bon Homme Richard vs Serapis JPJ known for daring raids on British ships and ports, I have not yet begun to fight Patriots won, then climbed off their sinking ship and sailed the Serapis to Europe

60 ??? This person fought with George Washington at the battles of Trenton, Brandywine, Germantown, and Valley Forge helped to turn the tide of the war by winning a series of battles in the South a master military strategist, was known as "the fighting Quaker"

61 Nathaniel Greene This person fought with George Washington at the battles of Trenton, Brandywine, Germantown, and Valley Forge helped to turn the tide of the war by winning a series of battles in the South a master military strategist, was known as "the fighting Quaker"

62 What does no taxation without representation mean?

63 What does no taxation without representation mean? reflected the resentment of American colonists at being taxed by a British Parliament to which they elected no representatives and became an anti-british slogan before the American Revolution; in full, Taxation without representation is tyranny..

64 Why was the continental dollar important?

65 Why was the continental dollar important? The 1776 continental dollar coin is a very important coin in US coinage history because this coin is one of the first signs of American Independence.

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