How many colonies struggled against the British?
How long did the American Revolution last?
What year did the Revolution begin?
What was the American army known as?
Which of these was NOT one of the 13 colonies fighting the British?
The American Commander in Chief Was...
The King of England at the time was...
How many Americans died as a result of this war?
About 6,800 Americans perished in this fight, while another 17,000 died of disease.
Which claimed more lives - The American Revolution or the American Civil War?
While about 25,000 died in the revolution, about 620,000 people died during the civil war, more than 20 times the revolution war.
What was the name of the man who claimed to be "The First President of the United States" in 1774?
Peyton Randolph could claim to be America’s first president, though his job was largely ceremonial; it was a very different job to the first Presidency of George Washington.
Who wrote the declaration of independence?
What is the biggest battle of the war called?
This is a bit of a trick question because there are TWO correct answers, the battle was known both as the battle of Long Island and the battle of Brooklyn Heights
The Battle of Long Island
The Battle of Brooklyn Heights
Why did Paul Revere become a hero?
He spread information and warnings
He killed over 50 men in battle
He liberated a large town held captive
He spied for the continental army
Who made the first American Flag?
What year did the French officially join the war?
In 1778, the French joined the war and fought Britain everywhere they had conflicts, such as the West Indies and West Africa