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  • Expecting a big win in 1775, the British suffered huge losses and barely won on this hill in Boston
  • Bunker Hill
  • American independence was assured after the British surrendered here after they were blocked twice on their way to Albany
  • Saratoga
  • This battle marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War after Paul Revere warned American militiamen about the British coming by sea
  • Concord
  • General Washington surrounded the British at this site, forcing them to surrender and ending the war
  • Yorktown
  • Washington’s Army crossed the freezing Delaware River and surprised the British here for their first victory of the war
  • Trenton
  • This General was instrumental in winning the war and later became the first president of the U.S.
  • George Washington
  • This leader served without command at Saratoga where he was wounded
  • Benedict Arnold
  • The king of England who justified the right to tax America and lead the Americans to seek independence
  • King George III
  • General Washington surrounded this British leader’s army at Yorktown
  • General Charles Cornwallis
  • This Rhode Island born general commanded and defended Fort Lee and Washington
  • Nathanael Greene
  • This document was written by Thomas Jefferson and signed on July 4, 1776
  • Declaration of Independence
  • This document listed “articles” or agreements between the states of the U.S. regarded laws and other regulations
  • Articles of Confederation
  • This treaty forced the British to lose colonial land and recognize the U.S. as an independent nation
  • Treaty of Paris
  • The U.S. and France created a military alliance against the British under this treaty
  • Treaty of Alliance
  • George Mason drafted this document in 1776, calling for American independence from Britain
  • Virginia Declaration of Rights
  • July 4, 1776
  • Signing of Declaration of Independence
  • December 16, 1773
  • Boston Tea Party
  • April 18, 1775
  • Paul Revere’s Ride
  • June 17, 1775
  • Bunker Hill
  • September 17, 1787
  • U.S. Constitution signed
  • This alliance of the U.S. sent aid and troops to the U.S. to defeat their rivals across the English Channel
  • France
  • The great majority of these inhabitants of America supported and fought for the British cause because of their mistreatment
  • Native Americans
  • British personnel tried to turn these people against Americans and encouraged revolts
  • Slaves
  • Americans obtained munitions through ports in the West Indies that were occupied by France and this western European country
  • Spain
  • These citizens had to step up and produce goods after the U.S. boycotted British goods
  • Women