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  • Jeopardy

    1. 1. 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt Battles Leaders Documents Dates Participants
    2. 2. Expecting a big win in 1775, the British suffered huge losses and barely won on this hill in Boston
    3. 3. Bunker Hill
    4. 4. American independence was assured after the British surrendered here after they were blocked twice on their way to Albany
    5. 5. Saratoga
    6. 6. This battle marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War after Paul Revere warned American militiamen about the British coming by sea
    7. 7. Concord
    8. 8. General Washington surrounded the British at this site, forcing them to surrender and ending the war
    9. 9. Yorktown
    10. 10. Washington’s Army crossed the freezing Delaware River and surprised the British here for their first victory of the war
    11. 11. Trenton
    12. 12. This General was instrumental in winning the war and later became the first president of the U.S.
    13. 13. George Washington
    14. 14. This leader served without command at Saratoga where he was wounded
    15. 15. Benedict Arnold
    16. 16. The king of England who justified the right to tax America and lead the Americans to seek independence
    17. 17. King George III
    18. 18. General Washington surrounded this British leader’s army at Yorktown
    19. 19. General Charles Cornwallis
    20. 20. This Rhode Island born general commanded and defended Fort Lee and Washington
    21. 21. Nathanael Greene
    22. 22. This document was written by Thomas Jefferson and signed on July 4, 1776
    23. 23. Declaration of Independence
    24. 24. This document listed “articles” or agreements between the states of the U.S. regarded laws and other regulations
    25. 25. Articles of Confederation
    26. 26. This treaty forced the British to lose colonial land and recognize the U.S. as an independent nation
    27. 27. Treaty of Paris
    28. 28. The U.S. and France created a military alliance against the British under this treaty
    29. 29. Treaty of Alliance
    30. 30. George Mason drafted this document in 1776, calling for American independence from Britain
    31. 31. Virginia Declaration of Rights
    32. 32. July 4, 1776
    33. 33. Signing of Declaration of Independence
    34. 34. December 16, 1773
    35. 35. Boston Tea Party
    36. 36. April 18, 1775
    37. 37. Paul Revere’s Ride
    38. 38. June 17, 1775
    39. 39. Bunker Hill
    40. 40. September 17, 1787
    41. 41. U.S. Constitution signed
    42. 42. This alliance of the U.S. sent aid and troops to the U.S. to defeat their rivals across the English Channel
    43. 43. France
    44. 44. The great majority of these inhabitants of America supported and fought for the British cause because of their mistreatment
    45. 45. Native Americans
    46. 46. British personnel tried to turn these people against Americans and encouraged revolts
    47. 47. Slaves
    48. 48. Americans obtained munitions through ports in the West Indies that were occupied by France and this western European country
    49. 49. Spain
    50. 50. These citizens had to step up and produce goods after the U.S. boycotted British goods
    51. 51. Women

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