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What signaled Paul Revere and William Dawes to warn the colonists that the British troops were on their way by water? When and where was the signal given?
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10 multiple-choice questions, 10 True/False. This section is worth 20 Points10 multiple-choice questions, 10 True/False. This section is worth 20 Points
The student is also expected to answer 2 of the 5 essay prompts (questions). This section is worth 80 points total or 40 points per essay. Be sure that you are utilizing the color-coded writingworksho ppt for correct formatting!!!
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Episode 1: Rebels (10 pts. Each)Episode 1: Rebels (10 pts. Each)
What harbor did the British attack a month before the Declaration of Independence was signed?
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Tommifying’ the western front, 1914-1918Tommifying’ the western front, 1914-1918
Liddle Collection (University of Leeds), the Alfred J. Peacock Collection
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Weapons of the Revolutionary WarWeapons of the Revolutionary War
A broad variety of weapons were used throughout the American Revolution. While some were well-established weapons from previous wars, others were more experimental in nature and did not gain prominence until much later in history
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Hitler is not German, he is from Austria, but due to nationalism the difference is minimal
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The Battles of Trenton, Princeton, and Monmouth Mr. Hynes NameThe Battles of Trenton, Princeton, and Monmouth Mr. Hynes Name
Three important outcomes of these battles were the eventual withdrawal of British troops from New Jersey, an increase in morale among the patriots who had experienced and important victory against superior forces and the recovery of New Jersey as a recruiting ground
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1 How did Washington successfully defeat the Hessians at Trenton and the British at Princeton?1 How did Washington successfully defeat the Hessians at Trenton and the British at Princeton?
How did Washington successfully defeat the Hessians at Trenton and the British at Princeton?
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Important Battles of the Great WarImportant Battles of the Great War
As the bitter fight continued, the Canadian army developed a reputation as being tough and reliable. More and more, Britain came to rely on Canadian troops for major attacks or to try to win ground where other Allies had failed
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Review for History Quiz #2 (Part 2 of Unit 1)Review for History Quiz #2 (Part 2 of Unit 1)
Second Battle of Ypres, April 1915: First time poisonous chlorine gas was used (German army) to break the Allied line at Ypres, Belgium
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Battle of VerdunBattle of Verdun
Verdun is still considered by many military historians as the 'greatest' and most demanding battle in history
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Colonial period & the revolutionary periodColonial period & the revolutionary period
Albermarle (1744) while Brunswick Co formed 1720 from Isle of Wight and Prince George; Brunswick gave land to Amelia 1734, Greensville, and Lunenberg
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Chapter 2 The Road to Independence Lesson 1Chapter 2 The Road to Independence Lesson 1
By the 1600s, most Spanish colonies were in the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central America, and most French and English colonies were in North America
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Grade level: 6-8 subject area: U. S. History creditGrade level: 6-8 subject area: U. S. History credit
The United States began to recognize the wounded as deserving of commendation toward the end of the American Revolution
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