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C. enemy attack The Baron von Steuben's contribution to the American cause was to: A. supply the army with weapons B. instruct Washington in military strategy C. drill American soldiers D. train the American cavalry E. use his fortune to pay the troops C. drill American soldiers The Marquis de Lafayette served the American cause during the war as: A. commander of the French navy B. Washington's most trusted aide C. France's ambassador to Congress D. leader of the attack on the British in Canada E. chief fundraiser in Europe B. Washington's most trusted aide The great exploit of George Rogers Clark was the: A. conquest of the Canadian side of the Great Lakes B. conquest of the western frontier C. termination of Pontiac's Rebellion in the Ohio Valley D. destruction of the Cherokees on the Carolina frontier E. defeat of the British in a major naval battle B. conquest of the western frontier American settlers who defended Kentucky were led by: A. Daniel Boone B. George Rogers Clark C. Ethan Allen D. Francis Marion E. Andrew Jackson A. Daniel Boone On the western frontier, Indian tribes such as the Mohawks, Shawnees, and Cherokees: A. stayed neutral B. supported the Americans C. fled further west to escape the fighting D. supported the British E. switched sides constantly D. supported the British
The British shifted their military effort to the South: A. to protect their settlements in Florida B. to fight in a milder climate C. to destroy rebel plantations D. to utilize the strength of local Tories E. to utilize the strength of their navy D. to utilize the strength of local Tories The war in the South was characterized by: A. massive civilian casualties B. killing of prisoners by both sides C. conventional military tactics D. an unbroken series of British victories E. massive use of slave soldiers by the Americans B. killing of prisoners by both sides An important American victory—"the turning point of the war in the South"—was at: A. Savannah B. Camden C. Vincennes D. Charleston E. Kings Mountain E. Kings Mountain Benedict Arnold became notorious late in the war by: A. recruiting slaves into the American army B. questioning Washington's fitness for command C. going over to the British D. selling weapons to Indians E. trying to become a military dictator C. going over to the British During the war, John Paul Jones became famous as an American: A. spy B. guerilla leader C. diplomat D. naval commander E. sharpshooter D. naval commander
The American victory at Yorktown would have been impossible without: A. French assistance B. divine intervention C. British incompetence D. favorable weather E. superior weapons A. French assistance The news of Yorktown inspired the British to: A. recruit more soldiers B. end the war C. replace George III D. sign a peace treaty with France E. replace their commanders B. end the war Which of the following did NOT participate in the negotiations that resulted in the Treaty of Paris?

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