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May 1775

Second Continental Congress

Outcome of the Congress:

Remember the Ladies

Impact of the Role of Women & Republican Motherhood:

Mar 1776

Declaration of Independence

Significance of the Declaration of Independence:

July 4, 1776

Significance/Importance of Battle:


Lexington & Concord

Timeline: American Revolution


Women grew tired of not having the same rights as men, so they began these protests. They wanted roles in society and politics. Republican motherhood was expected to teach the children republican values.

The declaration showed the colonies desire for independence, as their natural rights had been violated. Through selection Thomas Jefferson became the primary author of it. It signified the final decision of the colonies and that they are done with Englands cruel ways of ruling

This battle is the home of the shot heard around the world. It signifies the beginning of the war, as it is the first battle of the war

During this congress meeting they began to authorize the training of the army, and appointed George Washington to lead the army.

Dec 1777

Valley Forge

Battle of Yorktown

Oct 1781


The crisis, written by Thomas Paine, was about who would be willing to fight in this war. He urged people to support the american troops through various ways. It led the colonists to show more support for the fighting soldiers.

Oct 1777

Battle of Saratoga


Timeline: American Revolution

Treaty of Paris, 1783

Impact of The Crisis:

"The Crisis"

Dec 1776

Significance of the Battle of Saratoga:

Significance of Valley Forge:

Significance of the Battle of Yorktown:

Explain what America gains:

Battle of Saratoga was a major turning point in the war, as we won the battle. It pursuaded France and Spain to help fight against Britain with the Americans. This led to the Americans gaining significant confidence and advantages through the remainder of the war.

Soldiers began to die of disease, and lack of food. They had to deal with the harshness of the winter with no food, and minimal amounts of clothes available. They were able to slowly begin to train soldiers during this miserable time.

American troops were able to succesfully trap one of britains generals. They prevented his forces from fleeing by blocking their escape routes. Shortly after they forced the british to surrender.

The American people finally gained their full independence from Britain thanks to their allies and motives. The boundaries of the U.S. were extended to the Mississippi RIver, and went north bordering Canada, and Spain to the south.