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American Revolution

"America's business is business." --Calvin Coolidge
Style of warfare used by American forces at Lexington-Concord and Saratoga.
African-American killed by British soldiers in Boston in 1770.
Enthusiastic French participant in the American Revolution
British general in New York who captured Philadelphia in 1777.
French Admiral, victor at the Battle of the Chesapeake in 1781.
Prussian Baron who drilled Washington's forces
French officer killed by Native-American forces under Washington's command in 1754
Native tribe who accompanied Washington's Ohio-Valley expedition of 1754
Commodity thrown into Boston harbor by "Sons of Liberty" dressed as Native-Americans in 1773.
Tactic used by Americans and the French to divert British forces in 1781.
British commander in 1760s who waged biological warfare against Native Americans. A prominent college bears his name.
American Commander who bloodied Cornwallis' army at Guilford Courthouse ( NC, today) in 1781.
A planned rendezvous of British armies here in 1777 aimed to isolate New England from the rest of the colonies.
Author of *Declaration of Independence*
African-American who recited her poems for George Washington, and pointed out how slavery contradicted revolutionary ideals.
French general who combined forces with Washington to trap Cornwallis at Yorktown
French fort built in the 1750s at the junction of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio rivers.
British fort built in the 1750s at the junction of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio rivers.
British "gentleman" General whose army surrendered at Saratoga
Revolting ingredient of Hillsborough Paint, applied to house of Thomas Hutchinson in 1770 by angry Bostonians.
British minister responsible for Sugar Act (1764)
Sally _________, Thomas Jefferson's slave and "mistress"
Britiain's main antagonist in the period 1754-1763.
_______ Sargent Murray, author of *On the Equality of the Sexes*.
British Propagandist of independence and revolution.
Tribe which supported British during Revolutionary War
British Admiral defeated at the Battle of the Chesapeake in 1781.
Washington's surprise attack here raised American morale during the winter of 1776.
Adjective which might describe Cornwallis' "victory" at Guilford Courthouse in 1781.
Brave but treasonous American general.