History1301_Ch6 - Chapter6: 1 RevolutionaryWar 2 Valleyin1778 St.Louis 3

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Chapter 6: The War for Independence  1. What was the last major military engagement in the North of the  Revolutionary War?  The Battle of Monmouth Court House  2. Which of the following was NOT a British settlement in the Mississippi  Valley in 1778?  St. Louis 3. England went to war with which country after it joined the League of  Armed Neutrality?  Holland 4. German mercenaries were called what by the Americans?  Hessians 5. Whose nickname was "Gentleman Johnny"?  John Burgoyne 6. John Paul Jones' warship was called:  Bon Homme Richard. 7. The military key to the lower South was:  Charleston. 8. Of what battle did a British officer remark another such victory "would have  ruined us"?  Battle of Bunker Hill 9. British and Indian attacks against Kentucky in 1777 were directed from:  Detroit. 10. General Cornwallis surrendered to American troops at:  Yorktown.
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11. The Newburgh affair was defused by:  George Washington. 12.
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History1301_Ch6 - Chapter6: 1 RevolutionaryWar 2 Valleyin1778 St.Louis 3

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