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45 .   During the period of the Revolution , a slave might gain his freedom :
a . claiming amnesty as a political prisoner
b. appealing to George Washington
c. suing for freedom in local courts
d . running away to northern states
e. joining the British army
46 .   In the era of the Revolution , the northern states :
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47 .   Which of the following statements was NOT true of women during the Revolutionary era ?
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48 .   Abigail Adams ’s appeal to her husband , John , to “ remember the Ladies ” :
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49 .   Immediately after the end of the Revolution , the most popular public ritual in the United States became :
a . Washington ’s birthday
d. Christmas
b. Lexington and Concord
e . Thanksgiving
c . Independence Day
50 .   With the end of the war , many Americans viewed the United States as a :
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46.In the era of the Revolution, the northern states:a.took steps to abolish slaveryb.elected a number of free blacks to officec.gave free blacks full equalityd.outlawed racist languagee.sent many former slaves to Canada
47.Which of the following statements was NOT true of women during the Revolutionary era?
48.Abigail Adams’s appeal to her husband, John, to “remember the Ladies”:
49.Immediately after the end of the Revolution, the most popular public ritual in the United States became:
50.With the end of the war, many Americans viewed the United States as a:a.nation with a special destinyb.future imperial powerc.temporary expedient until it could reunite with Britaind.North American extension of Europee.leader in science and technological innovation
MATCHINGMatch each description with the item below.a.author of the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedomb.wrote The American Crisisc.surrendered his army to Washington at Yorktownd.American commander in the South known as the “fighting Quaker”e.was a brutal British leader in the Southf.major American peace negotiatorg.arrogant British general defeated at Saratogah.promised American slaves their freedom if they would join the British war efforti.fought against Indians in Kentuckyj.ended Benedict Arnold’s plot, hanged as a spy1.Daniel Boone2.John Burgoyne3.Benjamin Franklin4.Lord Dunmore5.Thomas Jefferson6.Lord Charles Cornwallis7.Thomas Paine8.Nathanael Greene9.Banastre Tarleton10.John André

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