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American History I

by: Jaylon Blanda V

American History I AMH 2010

Jaylon Blanda V
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Paul Morgan

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jaylon Blanda V on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to AMH 2010 at University of South Florida taught by Paul Morgan in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see /class/212668/amh-2010-university-of-south-florida in History at University of South Florida.

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Date Created: 09/23/15
Study questions for the week of Sep 2226 Chapter 6 in llNation of Nations Think about these questions as you read the chapter Theme The American Revolution 1 How did the Second Continental Congress try to avoid war with Britain How did the Congress prepare for war with Britain What did the Declaration of Independence declare or affirm 2 The American Revolution was also America s first civil war Who in the colonies chose to fight on the British side Who chose to fight on the rebel or quotpatriotquot side Who chose to be neutral What role did women and slaves play in the war 3 Compare the British army with the colonial or rebel troops Who had the advantage in men amp supplies Who had the advantage in leadership How did most colonists prefer to fight Who made up the majority of the Continental Army Why was the Continental Army not wellsupplied by the Continental Congress 4 What was the British strategy for fighting in the northern colonies New York New Jersey Pennsylvania What errors did the British commanders make after taking the cities of New York amp Philadelphia What was the result of the battle of Saratoga Why was that battle a turning point for the colonists in the war 5 How did Europe assist the colonial cause 6 What was the British strategy for fighting in the southern colonies What erroneous assumptions did the British commanders make in the South What kept the British from establishing control over the South What part did slavery play in the British strategy 7 Why did the British agree to end the war after they lost the battle of Yorktown Why was Britain so quotgenerousquot to the Americans in the treaty ending the war 1783 What did it mean that for many people the American Revolution signified that the world had llturned upside down Potential ID for Chapter 6 Battle of Saratoga For Friday Sep 26 EXAM 1 No document readings amp discussion this week


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