The American Revolution

The American Revolution

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  • Women in the War
  • I'll get you guys some food. Chipotle or McDonalds?
  • Native Americans in the War
  • We'll join your side :)
  • Africans in the War
  • Women played actives roles in the war, like spying, fundraising, acting as camp followers, and even providing active physical support on the battlefield. Nonetheless, their support provided much needed support for the American troops to win the war.
  • Foreign-Born Heroes in the Revolution
  • That's us! 
  • The Native Americans that were involved in the war, either chose the British side (They believed they would win and the British would protect their liberties if they did) or the American side (They felt the rebellion was justified and some felt loyalty to them).
  • Espionage/Intelligence Gathering
  • The birds heading north and are away from their nest!!!!
  • Both Africans on the British and American sides were promised freedom but they were restricted on many things because both sides were concerned about them running away and betraying.
  • Weapons/Tactics/Military Life
  • Foreign Heroes would do much during the Revolution. Some of their contributions included, training, combat, and funding. They played crucial roles in the Revolution, maybe even leading to the American's victory.
  • Many methods spying and gathering intelligence were used, of those methods were: Using ciphers and codes, masked letters and the Black Chamber Operations.
  • hrmmmMMMMM
  • Varieties of weapons were put to use, some of which were Muskets, Pistols, Bayonets, Cannons, Swords, and Tomahawks. With these came different battle tactics, such as Guerilla or Linear tactics.
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