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Chapter 6.4. And 6.5 Ppt

Chapter 6.4. And 6.5 Ppt



Notes about Chapter 6.4 and 6.5

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    Chapter 6.4. And 6.5 Ppt Chapter 6.4. And 6.5 Ppt Presentation Transcript

    • Monday, November 7, 2011
      • Bell Question: Looking at the timeline on the board, which event shows King George III’s response to colonial appeals?
      • After your test: Create a timeline of these events*:
      • British come to NY
      • Declaration of Independence,
      • Battle of Long Island
      • Washington crosses Delaware
      • Battle of Trenton
      • Howe’s march on Philadelphia
      • Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga
      • France signs treaty w/ America
      • Winter at Valley Forge
      *You will need to make your timeline show all the months.
    • Fighting for Liberty on Many Fronts Chapter 6.4
    • Famous women who served
      • Mary Ludwig Hayes-”Molly Pitcher”
      • Betsy Ross- sewed flags for Washington’s army
      • Margaret Corbin-1 st wounded
      • Deborah Sampson-A.K.A. Robert Shurtleff
    • Choices for African-Americans
      • Fight for British
      • Offered freedom
      • Might be hanged by Patriots
      • Fight for Patriots
      • All men equal? Only free African-Americans allowed to enlist
      • Might be captured & sold by British
    • Famous African-Americans who served Continental Army
      • Prince Estabrook- wounded at Lexington and Concord
      • Peter Salem and Salem Poor- fought at Bunker Hill
      • Saul Matthews and James Armistead-spies
    • Taking “all men are created equal” to the next level…
      • Massachusetts, NH, and Pennsylvania made slavery illegal
    • British get Native help in the West & North
      • Believing working with the British will stop Colonial takeover, the Cherokees, Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks, Mohawks, and Iroquois attack settlements.
    • The Western Frontier and the War
      • George Rogers Clark was successful in the Ohio River Valley.
      • New Spain’s Governor Galvez helped Americans along the Gulf Coast and the MS River.
    • At Sea
      • John Paul Jones took the British Serapis in a naval battle:
      “ I have not yet begun to fight.” His ship Bonhomme Richard named for Ben Franklin because of Poor Richard’s Almanac
    • Chapter 6 Section 5 Winning the War in the South
    • British Commander Clinton moved battles to the South to get Loyalist support.
    • Charleston, SC surrendered to the British 1780
      • British Mistakes:
      • General Cornwallis forced colonists to give allegiance to England. They had to choose sides .
      • Colonel Tarleton refused to “give quarter” to Buford’s VA Infantry. Wounded were bayoneted, and those who surrendered were stabbed with sabers.
        • Atrocities made Patriots more determined, and swayed some on the fence to side w/ Patriots.
        • Retaliation continued on both sides.
    • Losing hope in December of 1778
      • British also got control of Camden, SC, and Savannah, GA. 1780
    • Nathaniel Greene replaced Gates in command of the Southern forces
      • He had been quartermaster at Valley Forge. He won a major battle at Guilford Courthouse in NC, which removed the British from NC.