American Revolution Event Project

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 American Revolution Event Project

The American Revolution Timeline Project

What was the event? When did this event happen?Where did the event take place?Who was involved in the event?Why were people or countries involved in the event?What caused the event?What were the short-term and long-term effects of this event?

Guiding Questions

The Quartering Act 1765

French and Indian War

The Tea Act 1773

Committees of Correspondence - 1772

The Boston Massacre - 1770

The Stamp Act

First Treaty of Paris

The Battle of Brooklyn Heights August 27, 1776

French-American Alliance 1778

Valley Forge, Pennsylvania Winter of 1777-78

The Battles of Saratoga September 19 & October 7, 1777

The Battle of Trenton December 26, 1776

The Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776

Common Sense January10, 1776

The Battle of Bunker Hill June 17, 1775

The Second Continental Congress May 1775

Lexington and Concord April 18 & 19 ,1775

The First Continental Congress 1774

The Intolerable Acts -1774

The Boston Tea Party 1773

The Second Treaty of Paris

The Battle of Yorktown October 19, 1781

Articles of Confederation March 1781

The Battle of Cowpens January 17, 1780

The Siege of Charleston March 29 - May 12, 1780

Proclamation of 1763

EVENTS

George Washington

Benjamin Franklin

Paul Revere

Samuel Adams

Patriots & Loyalists

John Hancock

The Sons of Liberty

John Adams

Thomas Jefferson

The Minutemen

Crispus Attucks

General Thomas Gage

Benedict Arnold

Baron Von Steuben

Marquis de La Fayette

King George III

Thomas Paine

Abigail Adams

Molly Pitcher

Deborah Samson

General Charles Cornwallis

Slaves & the Revolution

People

American Revolution for Kids

Mr. Nusbaum's Interactive American Revolution Page

Social Studies for Kids

American Revolution Source Page

Liberty and the Revolution PBS

Archiving Early America

DiscoveryLearning,com

Brainpop.com


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