Social studies gallery walk pt 2

Social studies gallery walk pt 2

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  • Women in the War
  • Native's in the War
  • Africans in the War
  • After the War you will be freed.
  • Sorry, you can not be freed.
  • Women in the War Aided injured soldiers spied and even dressed up as men to fight in the war for there own country.
  • Foreign Born Heroes
  • Some Native Americans supported the British cause in the revolutionary war however, some supported the American side.
  • Espionage/ Intelligence Gatering
  • Pasword: 55098673
  • During the war the British told the Africans that they would be freed however, after the war only some Africans were freed and the British left the others still under slave work.
  • Weapons and Tactics
  • Some heroes provided fighting on the side of the colonists(Military help) Others provided funds and supplies to the American cause(Diplomatic help) Finally some helped create fortifications and built shelter(Engineering help)
  • Some methods of Spying were invisible ink. Invisible ink was used by one of general  Washingtons assistants. The second method was letters. The letter shaped template usually would seperate to make sure the message was not revealed. The last method was cyphers and codes such as passwords of hand gestures.
  • Some weapons were shotguns, rifles, muskets, pistols, swords, and lastly tomahawks.
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