The Difficulties of Leaving the Nest

By Quindy
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  • 2. When Mice Devour Cats

    he conflict of Lexington and Concord proved that the colonists were willing to fight and die for their rights. The americans were the underdogs of the war, meaning, that they were the lowly group. The colonists had almost no gunpowder, no proper guns, and almost no cloth and food. However they beat back the British. This battle proved that the british is just facing way more than a mob of farmers, this showed that they were facing men who were determined to win this war once and for all.
  • 1. First Step to Independence

    The Continental Army is one of the most important The Continental Army was formed after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War by the thirteen colonies. I think forming the Continental Army is very important for the American Revolution. I believe it is one of the first things you need for starting a war. The Continental Army was supplemented by local militias and other troops. General George Washington was the Commander-in-Chief of the army throughout the war.
  • 4. The Frozen Battle

    Crossing the Delaware and Battle of Trenton was a significant event during the American Revolution. It was a turning point for the American colonists since they were losing the war before they won the Battle of Trenton. This battle took place in Trenton at December 26, 1776. They attacked in the winter, and on a holiday (Christmas), even though they agreed not to. Although they lacked many things that the British had, they never gave up to get their freedom.
  • 3. Signatures of the End

    Date: September 3, 1783
    The Treaty of Paris was signed by the British and the Colonies (Americans). The Treaty had three important sections to it. The three things the two countries agreed on was ...
    1) that Great Britan would recognize the Colonies as an independent country.
    2) that the Colonies would return any property to all Loyalists. 3) that Great Britan would give up it’s claims from the Mississippi River to it’s claims to the Atlantic Ocean.

    The Treaty of Paris was the do