Part 2 - Social Studies Project

Part 2 - Social Studies Project

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  • Espionage
  • A sneak attack? Ha!
  • Oh my gosh!
  • African Americans in the Revolutionary War
  • Strategies and Weapons
  • Spies employed tactics such as invisible ink (revealed when heated with a candle) and ciphers, which helped spies keep information secret.
  • Foreign-Born Heroes of the Revolution
  • Many Africans served in the army and fought battles. They were promised freedom by both sides if they helped in the war effort. Out of fears that they would start a rebellion, both sides were hesitant to allow Africans in their armies.
  • Women in the Revolutionary War
  • Hmm... Should I tell them about the Americans' "secret" alliance with the French, first?
  • Some weapons used in the American Revolution included muskets, pistols, bayonets, cannons, swords, and tomahawks. The British favored linear warfare, while the Americans favored guerilla warfare.
  • Native Americans in the Revolutionary War
  • European foreigners were a major advantage on the American side. Their military, diplomatic, and engineering help was used when the Americans required assistance.
  • Women played a pivotal role in the Revolution. Some dressed as men and fought in battles. Others spied on their opponents, using their supposed weakness as women to their advantage. 
  • Native Americans joined the British because the British promised them the defense of their territory from settlers. However, some tribes joined the Americans because they were bribed with useful supplies. Many stayed neutral.
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