The AmericanRevolution Unit

Section 1: Tension Rising
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Section 2: Revolution Begins

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Section 3: War Continued

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Military Leadership- Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army was General George Washington. The British military had several Major Generals during the war, General Charles Cornwallis is one of the most well-known due to his army's devastating surrender at Yorktown.

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Turning point – After the battle of Saratoga in 1777 the colonists and the rest of the world realized the colonists had a chance to win the American revolution.

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