Want to make creations as awesome as this one?

Luis Gonzalez 1st period

More creations to inspire you


May 1777

Second Continental Congress

Outcome of the Congress:

Remember the Ladies

Impact of the Role of Women & Republican Motherhood:

Mar 1776

Declaration of Independence

Significance of the Declaration of Independence:

July 4, 1776

Significance/Importance of Battle:


Lexington & Concord

Timeline: American Revolution


Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

The battle of Lexington and Concord were significant as they were the first battles of the American revolution that led to selecting leadership and independance for America becoming its own country.

The Second Continental Congress selected George Washington as the leader of the army due to his experience in the French and Indian war.

The impact of the role of women more equal education opportunities and equal political participation. Republican Motherhood was where women were called upon to teach republican values and grant women a new importance in American political culture.

The list of grievances against King George III and showed the he violated colonial rights, also displayed that natural rights have been violated and that the colonies wanted independance against the British.

Dec 1777

Valley Forge

Battle of Yorktown

Oct 1781


TPersuaded many people to join the fight for independence and changed the view on what independence was.

Oct 1777

Battle of Saratoga


Timeline: American Revolution

Treaty of Paris, 1783

Impact of The Crisis:

"The Crisis"

Dec 1776

Significance of the Battle of Saratoga:

Significance of Valley Forge:

Significance of the Battle of Yorktown:

Explain what America gains:

The Battle of Saratoga was significant as it was the turning point in the revolution, when France and Spain were persuaded to join the fight.

Winter at Valley Forge contributed to the killing of many Patriots due to the unsanitary condition, shortages of food and contious exhaustion. It served as a great trial for the American army

The Battle of Yorktown served as the end of the revolution where American and French forces trapped the british and forced them to surrender, marking the end and victory of the American revolution

America gained Independence, set boundaries, fishing rights off Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and the British would give back any slaves taken from them.