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Liberty's Kids: Bunker Hill

Quiz by GARDNER, TARAE

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  • Q1
    Why did both the colonists and the British want to control Breed's Hill?
    Breed's Hill was located next to the Charles River, and hid docks and ships located behind it from view.
    All of the above.
    The fort located on Breed's Hill was well fortified and easy to defend.
    All of Boston Harbor was visible from Breed's Hill
    30s
  • Q2
    _________________ led the colonists fighting in the Battle of Bunker Hill.
    Samuel Adams
    John Hancock
    Dr. Joseph Warren
    George Washington
    30s
  • Q3
    Dr. John Warren:
    inspired fellow colonists by saying, "fight for your freedom!"
    is known as the martyr of Bunker Hill
    All of the above.
    was a medical doctor who practiced in Connecticut.
    30s
  • Q4
    Why did the colonists lose the Battle of Bunker Hill to the British?
    They retreated instead of holding their position.
    They were outnumbered.
    The British were more skilled in combat than the colonists.
    They lacked ammunition and gunpowder.
    30s
  • Q5
    Why was they colonists' loss at the Battle of Bunker Hill significant?
    Though they lost, the colonists were able to sink two British ships in the process.
    All of the above.
    The colonists killed and injured enough soldiers to make the victory a costly one for the British.
    During the battle, the colonists killed the leader of the British army.
    30s

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