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Who served as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army?

A. Thomas Gage
B. Nathanael Greene
C. William Howe
D. George Washington*

Why did American women riot in Boston in 1777 as well as in other cities during the American Revolution?
A. to demand an end to the war
B. to obtain food during shortages*
C. to overthrow British occupying forces
D. to protest their exclusion from the military

Which loss contributed to the British decision to fall back to Yorktown?
A. Battle of Bunker Hill
B. Battle of Cowpens
C. Battle of Saratoga*
D. Battle of Trenton

My answers:
D
B
C

Are these correct? Thank you.

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  1. I agree.

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  2. Thank you Ms. Sue.

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  3. You are welcome.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. The last one was actually B. Battle of Cowpens. But everything else was correct.
    (also for the third question with the picture its A. France formed an official alliance with America during the war.)

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  5. Sorry. Your best source of information is always your reading assignment.

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  6. Give Me Liberty! Quick Check
    D
    B
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    B

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  7. For connexus people
    Bobby is right

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  8. Bobby be right

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  9. bobby still right

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  10. yuppers hes right

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  11. D - Washington
    B - Food Shortages
    A - France alliance with America
    B - Cowpens

    Cheers XX

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  12. thanks

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  13. still right now

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  14. Yep :)

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  15. My respect for UwU ⇗⇗⇗

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