   Fighting for the American side
   Fighting for the British side
   Professional, paid German soldiers to fight for    the British side
   an act of voluntarily abstaining from using,    buying, or dealing with a country as an    expression of protest
   Various answers:       Tea Act       Intolerable Acts       Sugar Act       Stamp Act       Quartering Act
   British needed more money after the French    and Indian War.   Taxed the colonists to let them know who was    in ch...
Continental Army vs. British ArmyC.A. – less skill and suppliesB.A. – well trained, experience, and strong armyBoth – armi...
Patriots vs. LoyalistsPatriots – for American independence, not  wanting a kingLoyalists – for staying loyal to the kingBo...
   It declared our freedom   Another event that started the war   Brought the colonists together against the    British
   The higher taxes   Boston Massacre   “taxation without representation”   Didn’t want to be ruled by a king so far a...
American Side:            British Side:     George Washington   - General Cornwallis     Paul Revere         - King Geor...
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Rev warstudyguide

  1. 1.  Fighting for the American side
  2. 2.  Fighting for the British side
  3. 3.  Professional, paid German soldiers to fight for the British side
  4. 4.  an act of voluntarily abstaining from using, buying, or dealing with a country as an expression of protest
  5. 5.  Various answers:  Tea Act  Intolerable Acts  Sugar Act  Stamp Act  Quartering Act
  6. 6.  British needed more money after the French and Indian War. Taxed the colonists to let them know who was in charge.
  7. 7. Continental Army vs. British ArmyC.A. – less skill and suppliesB.A. – well trained, experience, and strong armyBoth – armies fighting for the American land
  8. 8. Patriots vs. LoyalistsPatriots – for American independence, not wanting a kingLoyalists – for staying loyal to the kingBoth – colonists living in America
  9. 9.  It declared our freedom Another event that started the war Brought the colonists together against the British
  10. 10.  The higher taxes Boston Massacre “taxation without representation” Didn’t want to be ruled by a king so far away
  11. 11. American Side: British Side:  George Washington - General Cornwallis  Paul Revere - King George III  Ben Franklin  Thomas Jefferson

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