Want to make creations as awesome as this one?

More creations to inspire you


May 1777

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


Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

Write here: The battles of Lexington and concord were significant because it was the first battle of the american revolution.......

From 1775-1781, Congress oversaw the war effort, raised the Continental Army, made the Declaration of Independence, and drafted the Articles of Confederation. With the ratification of the articles, the Second Continental Congress became the Congress of the Confederation.

Her words urged him and the other members of the Continental Congress to consider the rights of women while laying the framework for the new, independent nation. Abigail Adams was an advocate for greater political rights for women, especially in regards to divorce and property ownership.

Issued by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, the 13 American colonies severed their political connections to Great Britain. The Declaration summarized the colonists' motivations for seeking their independence.

Dec 1777

Valley Forge

Battle of Yorktown

Oct 1781


Thomas Paine’s message to the American people to support our troops. Soldiers in the Revolution had short enlistments (3-6 months) and were not re-enlisting

Oct 1777

Battle of Saratoga


Timeline: American Revolution

Treaty of Paris, 1783

Add Picture Here

Impact of The Crisis:

"The Crisis"

Dec 1776

Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

Add Picture Here

Significance of the Battle of Saratoga:

Significance of Valley Forge:

Significance of the Battle of Yorktown:

Explain what America gains:

The Battle of Saratoga was a turning point in the Revolutionary War. The American defeat of the superior British army lifted patriot morale, furthered the hope for independence, and helped to secure the foreign support needed to win the war.

The particularly severe winter of 1777-1778 proved to be a great trial for the American army, and of the 11,000 soldiers stationed at Valley Forge, hundreds died from disease. However, the suffering troops were held together by loyalty to the Patriot cause and to General Washington, who stayed with his men.

Lasting from April 5 to May 4, 1862, the Siege of Yorktown, also known as the Battle of Yorktown, stalled Union Major General George B. McClellan's Peninsula Campaign for four weeks, enabling the Confederacy to shore up its defenses of Richmond, Virginia.

This treaty, signed on September 3, 1783, between the American colonies and Great Britain, ended the American Revolution and formally recognized the United States as an independent nation. England agreed to begin peace negotiations with the Americans to end the Revolutionary War.