WEEK 4--American Revolution T&O

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AMH 2010 Terms and Outline WEEK 4:: “Tis time to part”: The American Revolution I. “Disperse you damned rebels!”: Preparing for / Thwarting Revolution A. Taking Sides Loyalists / Tories Patriots / Whigs B. Mobilization Militia—Minute Men C. One if by land, two if by sea April 1775, Lexington and Concord General Gage Paul Revere, William Dawes, and Samuel Prescott Captain John Parker v. General John Pitcairn “Disperse you damned rebels! You dogs, run!” “lobster backs” II. “Open and avowed enemies”: Revolution (Unofficially) Underway A. Organizing the Revolution Second Continental Congress Continental Army, GW commands B. Testing Battle Mettle Green Mountain Boys (VT), Ethan Allen, Fort Ticonderoga (New York), Benedict Arnold (CT) Battle of Bunker Hill, Breed’s Hill Lessons Learned C. Peace Possible? Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms” “Olive Branch Petition” “open and avowed enemies” D. Patriots Progress Gov Dunmore, VA Highland Scots, NC Lord Cornwallis
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