History 4 - The Catholic Faith Comes To The New World, CH12 Review

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History 4 - The Catholic Faith Comes To The New World, CH12 Review
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  1. The Second Continental Congress chose ________ to command the American Army.
    George Washington
  2. The Green Mountain boys, led by ________ and Benedict Arnold, captured Fort Ticonderoga from the English.
    Ethan Allen
  3. In 1775, the colonial farmers and merchants refused to sell _________ and other supplies to the English.
    food
  4. In June, 1775, at the Battle of _________, the English Redcoats won when the American colonists fled,but 1,054 English soldiers were wounded and 226 were killed.
    Bunker Hill
  5. Colonel ______________ was in charge of building rafts and sleds to pull cannons captured from Fort Ticonderoga and Fort Crown Point to help George Washington in Boston.
    Henry Knox
  6. English General _______ and his men escaped from Boston before being attacked.
    Howe
  7. The American colonists defended Fort Moultrie in ______________, South Carolina, for ten hours before the English attackers sailed away.
    Charleston
  8. As the year 1776 came to an end, General Washington had lost __________ City and was in constant retreat from the huge English army.
    New York
  9. In a surprise move, on Christmas night, 1776, George Washington and his troops quietly crossed the ____________River and defeated the enemy soldiers at Trenton.
    Delaware
  10. General ____________ led the final charge against the English and won the battle at Saratoga, New York.
    Benedict Arnold
  11. The American soldiers, led by General Nicholas ____________ suffered a terrible defeat by the English Redcoats at Oriskany, New York in 1777.
    Herkimer
  12. In addition to being the largest city in the colonies, _____________ was where the Continental Congress met.
    Philadelphia
  13. English General Howe decided to attack Philadelphia from the _________.
    sea
  14. General ____________ and his soldiers could not stop the English from capturing Philadelphia.
    George Washington
  15. The ____________ was removed and taken to a safe place in the basement of a church.
    Liberty Bell
  16. The capture of ___________ by the English soldiers was a terrible defeat for the American colonists.
    Philadelphia
  17. The English General _________ controlled the capital city of Philadelphia.
    Howe
  18. The English also conquered the two ______ at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.
    forts
  19. A dense _____ caused the American soldiers to accidentally shoot and kill their own soldiers.
    fog

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