Chapter 7 study guide - Garrek McCune Chapter 7 Study Guide Who John Dickinson A moderate who rewrote A Declaration on the Causes and Necessity of

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Garrek McCune Chapter 7 Study Guide Who John Dickinson - A moderate who rewrote “A Declaration on the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms,” by Thomas Jefferson, but kept most of the “highly charged content.” William Howe - A General in the British Army who lead the armies on bunker hill, chose not to pursue the fleeing americans at bunker hill. Thomas Paine - Wrote Common Sense and other colonial propaganda and made convinced many of the cases for independence. Richard Montgomery - Lead a continental army that took Montreal and failed at taking Quebec in a joint effort with Benedict Arnold and his forces. Hessians - German mercenaries that lost at the delaware river to Washington and his troops. Joseph Brant - Leader of the Mohawks during the American Revolution, pledged Indian support for the king in exchange for protection from encroaching settlers. Horatio Gates - American General in the Battle of Saratoga and won the battle for the americans. Henry Clinton - General Howe’s replacement in the British army who would pursue the British southern strategy. Charles Cornwallis - a British general left to pacify the rest of South Carolina with 4000 troops by General Clinton. Comte de Rochambeau - A general who lead the French regiments in America who joined General Washington in Newport.

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