Revolutionary War Vocabulary Quiz Chapter 13 History Alive
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By Annieprint | Last updated: Apr 3, 2019
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This quiz was made from Flash cards that go along with Chapter 13 History Alive
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The war between the American colonies and Great Britain from 1775 until 1783. Revolutionary means "completely new different." American revolutionaries wanted independence and a new and different government
French and Indian War
A strategy that the Contintenal Soldiers were were to fight outside of the regular army such as shooting at soldiers from hiding places in the woods
Face to face combat
People who freely perform a service are called:
What were the small and fast boats with a few cannons used during the naval battles with the British?
What was a sharp blade, like a sword attached to a musket?
People or countries who help each other ( for example, by fighting on the same side in the Revolutionary War)
A fight between two armed groups usually on a large scale. Some battles during the Revolutionary War was on land and some were at sea.
What is the name given to skilled and well trained, and paid for their services to fight for their country?
Who were the army of volunteers led by General George Washington that fought the British in the Revolutionary War. This army was formed by the Second Continental Congress.
Plans for winning a war, such as how and where to use an army or navy
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