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When the first skirmishes of the Revolutionary War broke out in Massachusetts in April 1775, few people in the American colonies wanted to separate from Great Britain entirely.

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Revolutionary War. Why Was the American Revolution So Revolutionary? by Josh Clark & Dave Roos Dec 17, 2019. The Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775 is depicted in this painting by John Trumbull. The battle was one in the early stages of the American Revolutionary War.

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American Revolutionary War (1775-1783) The war was the culmination of the political American Revolution, whereby the colonists overthrew British rule. In 1775, Revolutionaries seized control of each of the thirteen colonial governments, set up the Second Continental Congress, and formed a Continental Army.

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This painting depicts the surrender of the British at the Battle of Yorktown, the decisive battle that led to the end of the Revolutionary War. It took years to make because John Trumbull traveled to the battle site and other countries to ensure the accuracy of the people and the place he sought to recreate.

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Click here for the Answers to US Revolutionary War questions. 1. Q: How many American Colonies were there that went to war with Great Britain in the American War of Independence? A: 9. B: 12. C: 13. D: 50-----2. Q: What year was the Constitution of the United States formulated? A: 1887. B: 1776. C: 1797. D: 1787

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A revolution causes far-reaching and dramatic changes on most political systems, economies and ideologies. A revolution is a powerful overthrow of a social order or government in exchange of a new ...

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3 // Mary Silliman’s War – 1994. This film is based on the true story of Mary Silliman and her husband, General Gold Selleck Silliman of Fairfield, Connecticut as told in the biography, The Way of Duty, A Woman and Her Family in Revolutionary America by Joy Day Buel and Richard Buel. This is a wrenching tale.

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Learn the stories of two teenagers who actually served during the Revolutionary War See the actual tent that George Washington lived in as he traveled with his soldiers Download the Beyond the Battlefield Classroom Kit (Grades 2-8) that contains a Revolutionary War vocabulary list and discussion questions to supplement your virtual field trip.

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This colonial region's economy was based on farming, lumbering, fishing, shipbuilding and trade. In this colonial region, families settled in small towns centered on strict religious practices. ... Location(s) of the first shots of the Revolutionary War ('shot heard 'round the world').

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Released in 1992, Liberty or Death is a turn-based strategy video game by Koei that allows players to play as either the Americans or the British in the Revolutionary War. Players can choose to control any of six historical commanders: George Washington, Artemas Ward, Charles Lee, Thomas Gage, Sir Henry Clinton or William Howe.