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Ch 8 Revolution Figures
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Ch 8 Revolution Figures
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Ch 8 Revolution Figures
Ch 8 Revolution Figures
Ch 8 Revolution Figures
Ch 8 Revolution Figures
Ch 8 Revolution Figures
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Ch 8 Revolution Figures
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Ch 8 Revolution Figures
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Ch 8 Revolution Figures

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This presentation was prepared for Deaf and hard of hearing students in Ms. AmyC's classes.

This presentation was prepared for Deaf and hard of hearing students in Ms. AmyC's classes.

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  • 1. The American Revolution: Fighting for Independence
  • 2. The Death of General Warren at Bunker Hill
  • 3. The Death of General Warren at Bunker Hill
  • 4. The Death of General Warren at Bunker Hill
  • 5. The Death of General Warren at Bunker Hill
  • 6. The Death of General Warren at Bunker Hill
  • 7. The Death of General Warren at Bunker Hill
  • 8. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 9. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 10. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 11. Peter Salem • Born in 1750, in Massachusetts • He was a slave • He earned his freedom to join the American army during the Revolution against England. • He was a hero during the Battle of Bunker Hill. He killed British leader General John Pitcairn. • Died in 1816. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 12. Peter Salem • Born in 1750, in Massachusetts • He was a slave • He earned his freedom to join the American army during the Revolution against England. • He was a hero during the Battle of Bunker Hill. He killed British leader General John Pitcairn. • Died in 1816. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 13. Peter Salem • Born in 1750, in Massachusetts • He was an enslaved person. • He earned his freedom to join the American army during the Revolution against England. • He was a hero during the Battle of Bunker Hill. He killed British leader General John Pitcairn. • Died in 1816. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 14. Peter Salem • Born in 1750, in Massachusetts • He was an enslaved person. • He earned his freedom to join the American army during the Revolution against England. • He was a hero during the Battle of Bunker Hill. He killed British leader General John Pitcairn. • Died in 1816. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 15. Peter Salem • Born in 1750, in Massachusetts • He was an enslaved person. • He earned his freedom to join the American army during the Revolution against England. • Salem was a hero during the Battle of Bunker Hill. He killed British leader General John Pitcairn. • Died in 1816. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 16. Peter Salem • Born in 1750, in Massachusetts • He was an enslaved person. • He earned his freedom to join the American army during the Revolution against England. • Salem was a hero during the Battle of Bunker Hill. He killed British leader General John Pitcairn. • Died in 1816. “The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.” Courtesy of J. L. Bell
  • 17. Person’s Name • Born when and where • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died…?
  • 18. Person’s Name • Born when and where • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died…? Picture here.
  • 19. Person’s Name • Born when and where • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died…?
  • 20. Person’s Name • Born, when and where? • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died…? Picture here.
  • 21. Person’s Name • Born, when and where? • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died…? Picture here.
  • 22. Person’s Name • Born, when and where? • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died…? Picture here.
  • 23. Person’s Name • Born, when and where? • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died…? Picture here.
  • 24. Person’s Name • Born, when and where? • Background • Work during the Revolution • Why do we remember this person? • Died, when? Picture here.
  • 25. WHAT DID THEY DO? 4 Choose two names. 4 Prepare powerpoints about them. 4 Check Chapter 8, pp. 78 – 95. 4 Look online for images. 4 Follow the model.  Thomas Paine  Patrick Henry  John Adams  Benjamin Franklin  Loyalists  Patriots  John Locke  Marquis de Lafayette  General Frederick von Steuben  Bernardo de Galvez  Benedict Arnold  Peter Salem  General Cornwallis  Deborah Sampson  James Armistead
  • 26. WHAT DID THEY DO? 4 Choose two names. 4 Prepare powerpoints about them. 4 Check Chapter 8, pp. 78 – 95. 4 Look online for images. 4 Follow the model.  Thomas Paine  Patrick Henry  John Adams  Benjamin Franklin  Loyalists  Patriots  John Locke  Marquis de Lafayette  General Frederick von Steuben  Bernardo de Galvez  Benedict Arnold  Peter Salem  General Cornwallis  Deborah Sampson  James Armistead 4
  • 27. Person’s Name • Born, when and where? • Background (one sentence) • Work during the Revolution (one sentence) • Why do we remember this person? (one sentence) • Died, when?  Thomas Paine  Patrick Henry  John Adams  Benjamin Franklin  Loyalists  Patriots  John Locke  Marquis de Lafayette  General Frederick von Steuben  Bernardo de Galvez  Benedict Arnold  Peter Salem  General Cornwallis  Deborah Sampson  James Armistead 4 WHAT DID THEY DO? 4 Choose two names. 4 Prepare powerpoints about them. 4 Check Chapter 8, pp. 78 – 95. 4 Look online for images. 4 Follow the model.

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