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What is the Battle of Lexington and Concord?
Where we experienced the shot heard around the world.

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Who is John Paul Jones.
He was the first naval hero in American history.

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What is 1776?
Year the Declaration of Independence was signed.

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What is the Proclamation Act?
The first Act that restricted the westward movement of the American colonists.

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What is Philadelphia?
City where the Declaration of Independence was written.

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What is Valley Forge?
Pennsylvania town where George Washington troops got discouraged but emerged stronger during a very cold winter.

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Who is Ben Franklin?
He traveled to France to convince the French to join the American colonists in their revolution.

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What is 1775?
Year that battle of Lexington and Concord occurred.

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What is the Tea Act?
Following this act, the colonists dumped 1 million dollars of the king's products into Boston harbor.

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What is taxation without representation?
Phrase used to describe being taxed without your consent.

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What is the Battle of Saratoga?
Turning point battle after which the French joined the American colonists in their revolution.

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Who is Thomas Jefferson?
He was the major author of the Declaration of Independence.

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What is 1781?
Year the British surrendered at Yorktown.

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What is the Stamp Act?
Following this Act, colonists boycotted buying any books or newspapers.

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What are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness?
Unalienable rights mentioned by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence.

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What is the Battle of Yorktown.
Place where the British surrendered, thus losing the war.

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Who is Paul Revere?
He warned the New England colonists that the British were coming.

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What is 1783?
Year that the Treaty of Paris was signed.

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What are the Intolerable Acts?
After this Act colonists met in Philadelphia to put together a list of grievances to send King George.

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What is closing the ports with the Intolerable Acts?
After the Boston Tea Party, King George did this to keep the colonist from trading or receiving products.

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What is the Treaty of Paris?
Treaty that recognized the United States as an independent country.

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Who is Thomas Paine?
He wrote the pamphlet, Common Sense.

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What is 1777?
Year that the turning point battle occurred at Saratoga.

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What is the French and Indian War?
This event caused the King to start enforcing all the Parliamentary Acts.

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What is the Quartering Act?
Parliamentary Act so hated by the Patriots that it was included in the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights.

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