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    The American Revolution Key Battles and Events

    Our cause is noble, it is the cause of Mankind.

                                                                                                  --George Washington, 1775

        

      Assignment

      In order to identify and explain the key events of the American Revolution you will create two 4-tab foldables.  Your foldables will include information about each of the following and should be listed in chronological order.

      Battle of Ticanderoga (1775)
      Dorchester Heights
      Battle of Trenton
      Princeton
      Capture of Ticonderoga (1777)
      Battle of Saratoga
      Winter of Valley Forge
      Yorktown

      Fold your construction paper (long ways) almost in  half. Be sure to leave enough space to write the heading Major Battles & Events of the American Revolution. Next, cut 4 tabs on which you will write your choice of events.  It should look something like this:

      Using Internet resouces and your texbook research the who, what, where, why, and how for each event. Write them beneath each of the flaps.  Remember to keep track of your sources.  For purposes of this assignment, you may include the tiel of the website and teh website address.  You can handwrite these on the back or type them separately.  Finally, hole punch your paper so that you can keep it in your binder.

      Each battle is worth 5 points and your bibliography/works cited is worth 5 points

          
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