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Can you answer 10 questions about the American Revolution.
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Last updated: November 1, 2021
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Question 1 of 10
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American Generals.
Marque de Lafayette
Benjamin Lincoln
Daniel Morgan
Henry Knox
Banastre Tarleton
Nathaniel Greene
Charles Cornwallis
William Howe
Henry Clinton
Question 2 of 10
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Colonies that declared independence.
New Jersey
New York
Florida
Alabama
Georgia
Vermont
Massachusetts
Virginia
Maine
Ontario
Rhode Island
Delaware
Kentucky
Bermuda
Pennsylvania
New Hampshire
Ohio
Michigan
Tennessee
Connecticut
Indiana
South Carolina
West Virginia
North Carolina
Maryland
Question 3 of 10
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Battles won by the Americans (and French).
Lexington
Yorktown
Bunker Hill
Concord
Brandywine Creek
Chesapeake Bay
Guildford County Courthouse
Charleston
Saratoga
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Correct Dates
August 2nd 1776, the signing of the Declaration of Independence begins.
December 24th 1777, Washington's army retreats to Valley Forge
March 17th 1779, The British take Charleston (SC)
August 31st 1776, Washington retreats Long Island
January 7th 1780, The Pennsylvania munity
June 18th 1778, The British abandon Philadelphia
March 20th 1782, Lord North resigns
June 21st 1778, Spain declares was on the U.K.
January 15th 1776, Common Sense published
January 16th 1787, the constitution is adopted
February 6th 1778, America and France sign the French Alliance
May 17th 1776, The British evacuate Boston
July 27th 1777, Lafayette arrives in Philadelphia
September 16th 1777, The British begin their occupation of Philadelphia
June 19th 1775, Battle of Lexington and Concord
December 16th 1773, The Boston Tea Party
Question 5 of 10
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Major American cities at the time.
Providence
Philadelphia
Charleston (SC)
Washington D.C.
Boston
New York City
Charlotte
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
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Future presidents who were involved in the Revolution
George Washington
James Madison
Thomas Jefferson
John Q. Adams
James Monroe
John Adams
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True Facts
The Declaration of Independence was ratified on July 4th 1776.
The famous Boston Massacre painting was made by Paul Revere.
The American Navy was basically a bunch of civilian ships.
At the time of the war, the British had the strongest military in the world.
Native American tribes stayed relatively neutral.
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were in foreign countries for less than 20% of the war.
Samuel Adams wasn't on any ships on the night of the Boston Tea Party.
John Hancock was governor of Massachusetts for a period.
King George III was mentally ill at the time of the war.
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Years the war took place.
1786
1780
1785
1782
1784
1773
1783
1779
1772
1778
1774
1776
1787
1781
1775
1777
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Countries that were officially (meaning they declared war) part of the war.
Austria-Hungary
Russia
(Future) United States
Spain
Portugal
Netherlands
United Kingdom
France
Naples
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True Facts
John Adams loved his job has Vice President
Ben Franklin famously said "[We've created] a democracy, if you can keep it."
America never lost the city of Boston.
Ben Franklin died before George Washington's first term ended.
America never lost the city of Wilmington
John Paul Jones famously said "I have not yet begun to fight!"
Jame Monroe was the first Secretary of State
The UK never lost the city of London
Paul Revere famously said "The British are coming!"
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