Quiz: Can You Answer Every One Of These Revolutionary War Q's? Bet Not!

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Do you remember learning about the Revolutionary War?

The Revolutionary War was a very important time in history! Do you recall learning all about this historical period?

 Jan 14, 2019

1 of 22Choose Your Answer:

What year did the Revolutionary War begin?
1776
1778
1775

2 of 22Choose Your Answer:

The Revolutionary War is also known as what?
American Revolution
Revolution Battle
USA Revolution

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Tension between the 13 colonies and ________ led to the war.
Chinese Crown
British Crown
German Crown

4 of 22Choose Your Answer:

France entered the American Revolution on the side of the colonists in _______.
1780
1778
1779

5 of 22Choose Your Answer:

In 1781, where did the British surrender?
Concord
Yorktown
Lexington

6 of 22Choose Your Answer:

When was the Stamp Act put in place?
1766
1769
1765

7 of 22Choose Your Answer:

True or false: The Townshend Tariffs were put in place during 1767.
True
False

8 of 22Choose Your Answer:

Which act was passed in 1773?
Sugar
Tea
Honey

9 of 22Choose Your Answer:

How many men died in the Boston Massacre?
1
5
126

10 of 22Choose Your Answer:

How many chests of tea were dumped into the Boston Harbor?
423
132
342

11 of 22Choose Your Answer:

Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson voted to form a ____________ Army.
Continental
Independent
Tea Party

12 of 22Choose Your Answer:

Who won the Battle of Bunker Hill?
Patriots
Loyalists

13 of 22Choose Your Answer:

True or false: On July 4, the Continental Congress voted to adopt the Declaration of Independence.
False
True

14 of 22Choose Your Answer:

Which of these states was no one of the original thirteen colonies?
California
Deleware
Massachussetts

15 of 22Choose Your Answer:

True or false: The Declaration of Independence was mainly written by John Adams.
True
False

16 of 22Choose Your Answer:

True or false: In 1781, Washington moved against Yorktown with a total of around 14,000 soldiers.
False
True

17 of 22Choose Your Answer:

True or false: The American victory Saratoga was a turning point of the American Revolution.
True
False

18 of 22Choose Your Answer:

Great Britain formally recognized the independence of the United States in the what?
Treaty of London
Treaty of Freedom
Treaty of Paris

19 of 22Choose Your Answer:

True or false: Marquis de Lafayette was a British aristocrat.
False
True

20 of 22Choose Your Answer:

Who replaced Gates as the American commander in the South?
Baron Friedrich
Nathanael Green
Sir Henry Clinton

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In the South, the British occupied ________ by early 1779.
Pennsylvania
Georgia
Maine

22 of 22Choose Your Answer:

When did the Revolutionary War formally end?
1780
1779
1781
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The American Revolution was a pivotal time in US history. This war greatly impacted our country and helped us bring us to the point where we are today! This war was filled with many high points and many low points but overall, America triumphed and that is what is important. Christopher Hitchens spoke about the Revolutionary War by saying, "Without Thomas Jefferson and his Declaration of Independence, there would have been no American revolution that announced universal principles of liberty. Without his participation by the side of the unforgettable Marquis de Lafayette, there would have been no French proclamation of The Rights of Man." He is absolutely correct! Each person involved in the Revolution was a big deal and made a difference in terms of contributions. Christopher Hitchens also said, "Without his brilliant negotiation of the Louisiana treaty, there would be no United States of America. Without Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, there would have been no Virginia Statute on Religious Freedom, and no basis for the most precious clause of our most prized element of our imperishable Bill of Rights - the First Amendment to the United States Constitution." His description is very interesting and easy to agree with! From the Declaration of independence to the Bill of Rights, to the First Amendment, there are so many things for us to reflect on and learn from. Take this quiz on the American Revolution and see how you do! The questions range from things like dates to names and colonies!