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Sea To Shining Sea Chapter 8

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  • Q1
    What advantages did Britain have over the colonies
    The best navy in the world, wealth, and well trained troops
    Wisdom, truth and justice
    Better technology, more radios, stronger tea, and a better sense of humor
    Bigger guns, cleaner uniforms, and a stronger Christian Faith
    30s
  • Q2
    Benedict Arnold and Ethan Allen
    Battle of Princeton, New Jersey
    The Green Mountain Boys
    The Kings Brothers who took Fort Ticonderago on Lake Champlain and ruined the French's plans.
    American patriot leaders who took Fort Ticonderago on Lake Champlain and took the fort and munitions
    30s
  • Q3
    Group of patriot militia started by Ethan Allen
    Benedict Brothers
    Charles Cornwallis' Militia
    Green Mountain Boys
    Vermont's Buddies
    30s
  • Q4
    Gathering of representatives that formed the continental army and appointed George Washington as the commander of the army
    Declaration of Independence
    Common Sense Declaration
    George Washington's Document
    Second Continental Congress
    30s
  • Q5
    The first attack of the British by patriots (1775), though they lost it caused many British casualties and proved the patriots could fight
    Battle of Trenton, New Jersey
    Battle of Yorktown, Virginia
    Battle of Kings Mountain
    Battle of Bunker Hill
    30s
  • Q6
    The first victory won by George Washington (1776)
    Battle of Saratoga, New York
    Battle of Princeton, New Jersey
    Battle of Yorktown, Virginia
    Battle of Trenton, New Jersey
    30s
  • Q7
    The second battle won by George Washington (1777)
    Battle of Princeton, New Jersey
    Battle of Saratoga, New York
    Battle of Yorktown, Virginia
    Battle of Trenton, New Jersey
    30s
  • Q8
    The battle where Benedict Arnold led American forces to a victory over the British that saved New York and New England from the British (1777)
    Battle of Princeton, New Jersey
    Battle of Saratoga, New York
    Battle of Trenton, New Jersey
    Battle of Yorktown, Virginia
    30s
  • Q9
    British General who led British troops from Halifax, Nova Scotia to attack New York and plans to move on to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Thomas Paine
    William Howe
    John Hancock
    Deion Sanders
    30s
  • Q10
    Battle where Washington, with help from the French, defeated British General Cornwallis and ended the Revolutionary War
    Battle of Denver, Colorado
    Battle of Rome
    Battle of Yorktown, Virginia
    Battle of Austin, Texas
    30s
  • Q11
    He wrote the publication "Common Sense" which stated King George of England was a tyrant and colonist owed him no allegiance
    John P. Whitmore
    Thomas Jefferson
    Alexandro Portenero
    Thomas Paine
    30s
  • Q12
    Document adopted by the Continental Congress that separated the colonies from Great Britain on July 4, 1776
    Declaration of Independence
    Battle of Bunker Hill
    Marquis de Lafayette
    Declaration of Common Sense
    30s
  • Q13
    The chief architect of the document that separated the colonies from Great Britain
    Hessians
    Thomas Paine
    Thomas Jefferson
    George Washington
    30s
  • Q14
    Principles outlined in the document that separated the colonies from Great Britain
    1) British are the enemy 2) We side with the French 3) We have the best army in the world
    1) All men are created equal 2) Men have unalienable rights, including life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness 3) Governments are established by the people to help all achieve these rights
    1) No new taxes 2) No censorship 3) No anything without our consent
    1) Government is loyal to the American cause 2) We stand united with France 3) We will not tolerate taxes on tea
    30s
  • Q15
    Colonists who remained loyal to the British King were called
    Loyalist, nicknamed Tories
    Idiots
    Apologists, nicknamed Fools
    Enablers
    30s

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