History Quiz / Which Happened First? (American Revolution)

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Can you determine which of these pairs of events related to The American Revolution occurred first? Enter 'A' or 'B'

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The Stamp ActTownshend Acts
Patrick Henry says 'Give me liberty, or give me death!'Thomas Paine's 'Common Sense' published
The Boston Tea PartyThe Boston Massacre
Battle of Bunker HillBattles of Lexington and Concord
British occupy New York CityThe British evacuate Boston
Hessian troops first arrive in New YorkLafayette arrives in Philadelphia
The Winter at Valley Forge, PAWashington crosses the Delaware
Nathan Hale is captured by the BritishWashington learns that Benedict Arnold has defected to the British
The Second Continental Congress creates the Continental NavyThe Continental Marines are formed by Captain Samuel Nicholas.
Henry Clinton becomes Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in North AmericaGeorge Washington named Commander in Chief
Declaration of Independence ratifiedThe Articles of Confederation were approved for ratification by the individual states
The Second Continental Congress establishes the flag of the United StatesContinental currency is issued for the first time backed by nothing more than the promise of 'future tax revenues'

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