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Grade 8 American Revolution
Grade 7 American Revolution
Thomas Paine wrote which influential pamphlet?
  1. Plain Truth
  2. Common Sense
  3. The Federalist Papers
  4. Declaration of the Rights of Man
Grade 3 American Revolution
During the American Revolution, George Washington did what?
  1. Wrote the Declaration of Independence
  2. Commanded the Continental Army
  3. Left the country
  4. Participated in the Boston Tea Party
Grade 5 American Revolution
Grade 7 American Revolution
Which Founding Father helped Thomas Paine migrate to the Colonies?
  1. John Adams
  2. James Madison
  3. Benjamin Franklin
  4. George Washington
Grade 5 American Revolution
Grade 5 American Revolution
Grade 3 American Revolution
Where did General Washington spend the winter of 1777?
  1. Lexington
  2. Concord
  3. Washington, DC
  4. Valley Forge
Grade 8 American Revolution
Grade 4 American Revolution
Who hired the Hessian soldiers to fight the Revolutionary War?
  1. The Americans
  2. The French
  3. The Native Americans
  4. The British
Grade 3 American Revolution
Grade 4 American Revolution
What did the Americans call the Coercive Acts of 1774?
  1. The Intolerable Acts
  2. The Impossible Acts
  3. The Stamp Acts
  4. The Boston Tea Party Acts
Grade 7 American Revolution
Thomas Paine was the editor for which colonial magazine?
  1. The Pennsylvania Magazine
  2. The New England Courant
  3. The Massachusetts Spy
  4. The National Gazette
Grade 7 American Revolution
Grade 7 American Revolution
Grade 7 American Revolution
Grade 7 American Revolution
Much of the fourth section of Common Sense was devoted to what topic?
  1. The history of democracy
  2. Trade in the new United States
  3. The strength of the United States military
  4. Calling on the nations of Europe to revolt against their monarchs
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