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Wednesday The Articles of the Confederation: a bad first constitution! Thursday Remember the Ladies! Review for Unit 3 test Friday Unit 3 Test. This Weeks Agenda (11/4- 11/8). Monday Unit 1-3 Bonus Round Tuesday Review Important Battles/ Events of the Revolution. Wednesday - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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This Weeks Agenda

This Weeks Agenda (11/4- 11/8)Monday Unit 1-3 Bonus Round

TuesdayReview Important Battles/ Events of the Revolution

WednesdayThe Articles of the Confederation: a bad first constitution!

ThursdayRemember the Ladies!Review for Unit 3 test

FridayUnit 3 Test

This Weeks Pre-AP Agenda (11/4- 11/8)Monday Unit 1-3 Bonus Round

TuesdayReview Important Battles/ Events of the RevolutionBegin: The Articles of the Confederation: a bad first constitution!

Wednesday- Continue w/ Articles

ThursdayRemember the Ladies!Review Unit 3 Test material

FridayUnit 3 Test

Revolutionary War Review

Lexington and ConcordPaul Reveres ride

guerilla warfare

shot heard round the worldBunker Hill (really at Breeds Hill)

dont shoot til you see the whites of their eyes!

Secures Boston for the BritishThomas Paines The American Crisis

main idea was to encourage patriots to keep fightingThese are the times that try mens souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of men and women.December 26, 1776Early morning raid on Hessian troops (German mercenaries- paid soldiers) camped at what becomes: The Battle of Trenton

Most of the men (British allies) were taken as prisoners of war

Battle of Princeton Jan 2, 1777General Cornwallis plans to attack Washingtons camp, but-

the Patriots left their campfires burning and then surrounded and defeated the British army

After raiding supplies for the winter- Washington retreats"Let it be told to the future world, that in the depth of winter, when nothing but hope and virtue could survive, that the city and the country, alarmed at one common danger, came forth to meet and to repulse it."The Crisisby Thomas Paine

"We have this day no less than 2,873 men in camp, unfit for duty because they are barefooted and otherwise naked." -George WashingtonVALLEY FORGE -- December 23, 1777

Theatres of WarNorthSouthWestWater

War on the FrontierPioneers in modern-day states of Indiana and Ohio began to fight British soldiers.

George Rogers Clark led these men on attacks of British forts.Replica of Fort RandolphWar at SeaThe U.S. had a very small Navy

Privateers A privately owned ship that has permission to fight for the government.

I have not yet begun to fight!John Paul Jones in the battle of the Bonhomme Richard vs. the HMS Serapis.

Guerrilla Warfare

Quick attacks and retreat:Learned from fighting the Native AmericansSurprise attacks on the British.Francis Marion The Swamp Fox

Victory at YorktownWashington surrounded General Cornwallis with Continental and French soldiers.

French Navy blocked the British escape by sea.

Cornwallis surrendered October 19, 1781