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America A Narrative History

History

Quiz 5 :

The American Revolution

Quiz 5 :

The American Revolution

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What were some of the key turning points in the Revolutionary War? How did they change its direction?
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How was the Revolutionary War an "engine" for political and social change?
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The republican ideology that the American Revolutionaries adopted had long dominated Europe.
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Daniel Boone led settlers who fought both the British and the Indians in Kentucky.
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What challenges did the British and American military leaders face in the Revolutionary War?
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In what ways did the American Revolution function as a civil war?
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The Articles of Confederation left many powers to the states.
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After the war, many Loyalists suffered for their refusal to pledge allegiance to the new nation or fled the country.
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General Richard Montgomery's victory at Quebec ensured that France would join the United States against Great Britain.
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At the time that Thomas Paine's pamphlet, The American Crisis, was published, the Continental army still had a great degree of supplies and morale.
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During the Revolution, few Loyalists were found in New York City.
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Partly because Anglicans tended to be pro-British, the Anglican Church became the Episcopal Church after the American Revolution.
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How did the Revolutionary War impact African Americans, women, and Native Americans?
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During the Revolutionary War, Iroquois Nations fought each other on opposite sides, with the Mohawks, Seneca, Onondaga, and Cayuga siding with the British and most of the Tuscarora and Oneida helping the Americans fight against the British.
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Luckily for the British, beyond the French, other European powers had little interest in assisting the American colonies.
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Desertion decreased the size of the Continental army to such a degree that George Washington modified his conventional top-down approach to be more democratic and allow soldiers to offer suggestions.
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Thomas Jefferson was the most notable Virginian to free his slaves during the Revolution.
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Benedict Arnold, originally a British officer, switched to the American side partway through the war.
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The timely arrival of the French navy off the coast of Yorktown gave Washington's forces the reinforcement they needed to defeat Cornwallis's British army.
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In 1776, during the war, the Continental Congress put together the national Constitution of the United States, which required different majorities for approval of some legislative measures.
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