American Revolution A-Z

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ALast name of two leading patriots in Boston, Massachusetts.
BBattle fought on June 17th, 1775 in Charlestown, Massachusetts that, while a loss, provided the colonists with confidence.
CLegislative body that served as the national government for the colonies.
DDocument adopted by the colonial government on July 4th, 1776.
EName of a holiday in Boston and New York City marking the days the British troops withdrew from those cities.
FLong-time rival of Britain that helped the American cause.
GBattle fought on March 15th, 1781 in Greensboro, North Carolina. A British victory but the cost far outweighed the reward.
HPatriot who delivered the famous 'Give me liberty or give me death' speech.
IA series of laws passed by the British Parliament in 1774 meant to punish the colonies for the Boston Tea Party and other protests.
JPrimary author of the Declaration of Independence.
KDecisive Patriot victory over Loyalists in South Carolina on October 7th, 1780 (named for a neighboring North Carolina geographic landmark).
LGeorge Washington was awarded this rank.
MAmerican militiamen who volunteered to be ready for service at a moment's notice.
NBritish Prime Minister during most of the Revolutionary War.
OA final attempt in 1775 to reconcile with the British Crown and avoid full blown war.
P1783 Treaty that brought an end to the war.
QA law passed by the British Parliament which allowed British troops to stay in residential homes.
RBoston silversmith who made a midnight ride to warn Lexington of an impending British attack.
SBattle that resulted in the surrender of British General John Burgoyne on October 17th, 1777, often seen as a turning point in the war.
TFort in upstate New York which was lost, regained, and lost again by the British during the war.
UCountry that was born from the war.
VArea outside Philadelphia where Washington's army survived the brutal winter of 1777-1778.
WBattle fought on May 29th, 1780 in Lancaster, South Carolina in which British Commander Banastre Tarleton and his men infamously killed surrendering soldiers.
YSite of siege that brought a military end to the war.

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