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US History Website
American History Articles and Study for Children
US American History Info and Articles
George Washington in the Revolution
Washington in Command of the Army
The Heroic Tale of Nathan Hale
A Time of Trial for Washington
The Victory at Trenton
Lafayette Joins the American Army
George Washington Coloring Pages
Revolutionary War Coloring Pages George Washington Study Guide
Revolutionary War Era
American History Figures and Their Contributions
You will find articles, trivia information and study questions for American history figures on this website.
Revolutionary War Lesson:
Read the articles, use the printables found on this website, and create a report on what you learned. Can you answer the following questions?
What is Independence Day?
What events led up to the start of the Revolutionary War?
Who were major figures in American History during this era?
What contribution did these famous figures make to our freedom?
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence and why was he selected?
Who signed the Declaration of Independence?
Why did John Hancock get famous for his signature?
What were the original 13 colonies?
What was the First Continental Congress and what did it do?
What led to the "Boston Tea Party" ?
What was the Stamp Act?
What was the importance of the Battle of Bunker Hill even though the Americans lost it?
Who was Lafayette and what did he do for the American cause?
When did the Revolution begin? When did it end?
Why did the British call John Paul Jones a pirate?
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