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The Revolutionary War

A School Assignment

Joce Holman

on 15 February 2013

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This unit was really fun and taught me alot of unexpected things. Thanks Mrs.Roush 1764 The Proclamation of 1763 The Proclamation of 1763 is when the king said the colonists couldn't go past the Appalachian mountains. What it was Cause The cause of the The Proclamation of 1763 was that the king promised that if the indians didn't side with the french the colonists would leave them alone. (The French and Indian war.) Effect The effect of The Proclamation of 1763 was the colonists got angry and felt more patriotic. The Revolutionary War A Jocelyn Picture
A Mr.Stolte Production This assignment was fun and I loved it. 1768 1771 1770 1783 1776 1767 1775 1766 1765 Paul Revere engraved the Boston massacre. (Which he copied from an engraving originally by Henry Pelham) He also risked a midnight ride to warn the people of Concord and Lexington that the British were coming. He got caught by the british. He was a regular man that would take a risk for his country Sybil Ludington rides far Sybil Luddington rode farther than Paul Revere AND didn't get caught. She was only 16 years old! She risked everything to warn people about the British coming and she was a girl. Paul Revere did many things "Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, Give me Liberty, or give me Death!" ...are the famous words that Patrick Henry said that modivated many people. He helped many people go for the cause. The Sugar Act Cause Effect What It Was The Sugar Act was a tax on sugar and mollasses. The cause was that the King had a debit to pay from the French and Indian War. He blamed the debit on the colonists claiming that he did it for them. The effect was the colonists got angry and felt more patriotic. The King also got money for his debit. Taxation Without Representation Cause Effect What It Was The Treaty of Paris What it Was The Treaty Of Paris ended the Revolutionary War. The Battle Of Concord and Lexington Description When the king taxed the colonists a lot of money without having a colonist in England telling their point of view. The cause was the King had a debit to pay. He needed money. The Colonists go angery and had the Boston tea party. Year of the Battle Who Was Involved Where it Happened The year of the battle was 1775. The British wanted to take away the ammunition, guns, and some patriotic leaders. The militiamen and the British. It happened in the towns of Lexington and Concord. The Battle of Saratoga Year of the Battle Description Who Was Involved Where it Happened The year of the battle was 1777. The americans were having a turning point in the battles and started to win they also gained the french support. In the town of Saratoga. General Bargion and the americains. 1777 1778 1779 1780 1781 1782 The Siege of Yorktown Year of the Battle Description Who Was Involved Where it Happened The year of the battle was 1781. The battle that decided the fate of who would win the war. In the town of Yorktown. General George Washington and General Lord Cornwallis. 1774 1769 1772 1773 The Boston Massacre What it Was Cause Effect The cause was tension between soldiers and colonists. The effect was that it unifed some of the colonies. It was the the first bloodshed of the conflict, 5 colonists died. The Battle of Cowpens Year of The Battle The year of the battle was 1781. Description The battle of cowpens was a victory for the Americans because the British lost control of their men. Where it Happened The battle took place in Cowpens, South Carolina Who was Involved Banastre Tarleton and Daniel Morgan were involved. The Battle of Princeton The Year of The Battle Description Who Was Involved Where The Battle Took Place The year of the battle was 1777. The batle of Princceton took place in Princeton,New Jersey. The battle of Princeton was a battle when Gerge Washington's forces defeted British forces by Princeton, New Jersey. Captain William DeLaPlace, Charles Mawhood, and General George Washington were involved in the battle. Molly Pitcher The Woman That Was as Strong as a Man Molly Pitcher was a nicknane given to Mary Ludwig Hays Mc Cauley wo was said to have fought in the battle of Monmouth. Benjamin Franklin The Man That Did Many Things A father, an inventor, a statesman, a patriotic leader. Those are the many words that sum up Benjamin Franklin. While the americans wer fighting the was he was on France telling them of the battles that we won telling them to help us. Declaration of Independence The Declaration of Independence was a document cutting ties with England. The Townshend Acts What it Was Cause Effect The Townshend acts were taxes on glass, lead, paper, tea, and paints. The King needed to pay a debit and wasted tighter control on the colonies. The effect was the colonists got angery and felt mor patriotic. The King also got money to pay his debit The Quartering Act What it Was Cause Effect The Quartering act was a law forcing you to house and feed British soldiers. The cause was the King was running out of money to house and feed the British soldiers. The effect was the coonists got mad and felt more patriotic. The King saved money.
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