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    • The American Revolution Created by First and Second Grade students from Community School for the Gifted. May, 2009
    • The Boston Massacre by Breighton Miller
    • The Boston massacre First battle of the revolutionary war.
    • The Boston massacre First American to die was Crispus Attucks .
    • The Boston massacre How it started: • A boy screamed insults • Private Hugh hit the boy with the end of a musket • The commander said to not fire.
    • Wort Cited The Boston Massacre, by Dee Ready.
    • The Boston Tea Party
    • The Boston Tea Party
    • The Boston Tea Party
    • The Boston Tea Party
    • The Boston Tea Party
    • Work Cited • Witness the Boston Tea Party, by Elaine Landau
    • Patrick Henry Date of birth:may2,1736 Place of birth: Studley, Virginia Date of death: June,6,1799
    • Patrick Henry He rote 5 resolutions against the stamp-act.
    • Patrick Henry Patrick Henry is a famous speech writer, he said “Give me liberty or give death!”.
    • Patrick Henry He Led a group of citizens who did not like king gorge.
    • Benjamin franklin • Helped get france in the war • Helped write declartoin of independce • Helped wirte the constitution
    • Benjamin franklin •Inventor: •Paddles and flippers for swimming was his first inventen •Buy focal glasses • electric battery
    • Benjamin franklin Benjamin franklin in 1713 ben found the first public llibrary
    • Benjamin franklin benjamin franklin was 84 years old when he died. He was sick. He died in philadelphia, PA.
    • Work Cited • Benjamin Franklin by Susan R. Gregson
    • Molly Pitcher By Lillian Hope Duarte
    • Molly Pitcher They are unsure that Molly Pitcher was born in the year 1754 In Pennsylvania When molly pitcher died: January 26, 1832 in Pennsylvania
    • Molly pitcher Contribution to revolutionary war fought British soldiers
    • Molly Pitcher Gave water to Americans.
    • Molly pitcher Molly Pitcher got the rank of sergeant for firing the cannon.
    • Work Cited • Molly Pitcher by Larry Dane Brimner
    • George Washington By Courtney Helton
    • George Washington Date of birth February 22,1732 in Virginia Date of death December 14, 1799
    • George washington • After the american revolutione washington became the first president of united states.
    • GEORGE WASHINGTON HE CHOSE WHERE WHITE HOUSE WOULD BE BUILT. CONGRESS DECIDED TO MOVE TO WASHINGTON, D.C. BEFORE THE END OF 1800.
    • GEORGE WASHINGTON AFTER HE WAS PRESIDENT, HE WENT BACK TO MOUNT VERNON IN VIRGINIA TO LIVE THE REST OF HIS LIFE.
    • GEORGE WASHINGTON HE DIED ON DECEMBER 14, 1799 AFTER BEING SICK.
    • Paul Revere By Lennon Jones
    • Paul Revere Date of Birth:  January 1st ,1735  Place of Birth:  Boston, Massachusetts  Date of Death:  May 10th ,1818
    • Paul Revere Contribution to Revolutionary war: He told people the British are coming!
    • Paul Revere • He spent most of his life in his house on north square ,Boston. • Paul Revere helped the shipbuilding industry.
    • Paul Revere • He died at the age of 93. • Place of death: Boston, Massachusetts
    • Work Cited • The life and times of Paul Revere By Jim Whiting.
    • Betsy Ross
    • THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE BY Heather Brandon
    • Declaration of Independence DATE OF EVENT: •4TH OF JULY,1776 •PLACE OF EVENT PHILADELPHIA
    • THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE • WHY WAS IT IMPORTANT TO THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION? IT EXPLAINS WHY WE NEED OUR OWN GOVERNMENT
    • DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE • IT IS ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS DOCUMENTS IN THE WORLD
    • THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE • WRITTEN BY: THOMAS JEFFERSON, JOHN ADAMS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, ROGER SHERMAN AND RR LIVINGSTON
    • Work cited THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE BY SAM FINK
    • The Constitution Date of event : • September 17, 1787 • place of Event: Philadephia
    • The Constitution WHY IMPORTANT TO AMERICAN REVOLUTION: It wrote an entirely new document creating a new national government .
    • The Constitution TheConstitution The Constitution • It sets up rules for how laws are made, and who will make the laws.
    • The Constitution The Constitution The Constitution • The Constitution of • The first 10 the United States is amendments to the made up of the Constitution are preamble and seven known as the bill of articles. rights . They became part of the constitution in 1791.
    • Work cited The united states constitution by Kristal Leebrick and ……if you where there when They signed the constitution by Elizabeth Levy