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The Revolutionary War



  • Explore the Revolutionary War
  • Examine the cause, events and outcome of the Revolutionary War

Learning Objectives


This lesson explores the Revoluationary War. This war for independence lasted from 1775 to 1783 and was an international conflict involving the new United States of America and Britain, France, the Netherlands and Spain.

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'Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of nature and God.

Benjamin Franklin

Ben Franklin


Boston Massacre


First shots of the Revolutionary War


Battle of Yorktown


Treaty of Paris



Revolutionary war..

Patriots, Loyalists and Neutral

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The War did not End in 1781

Interesting facts

Colonies Seeking Rights to Free Trade Started the War

Not all Colonists Wished to Depart from British Rule

The Revolution may have Resulted in over 100,000 Fatalities.

  • Was the Revolutionary War a War for Independence or a truly a revolution?

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Was a writer, scientist, inventor, statesman, printer, publisher and philosopher.

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