The British are going to attack Washington and his troops tomorrow!
The Patriots won't see it coming!
I shall report this to Washington tonight!
Native Americans in the War
We promise you protection and goods if you join us!
We'll bribe you to join us!
Africans in the War
Since you have been so helpful in this war, I shall free you and pay you!
Thank you Master Washington!
Women would often eavesdrop on their husbands to gather information and report it to the troops so they could prepare.
Foreign Born Heroes of the Revolution
I shall train you until you are perfect!
In order to convince the Natives to join there side, both the British and the Patriots made promises to them. The British promised protection and goods while the Patriots bribed them.
I shall report all information I gain to the Patriots!
I'm an escaped slave, may I be of assistance to you?
William Lee was one of George Washington's slaves who handled papers. He changed Washington's view on slavery and was freed and paid.
A large way that people from other countries would help the Patriots was training. Some of these people include Baron von Steuben and Casimir Pulaski.
James Lafayette was a slave who posed as an escaped slave and gathered information from the British to report back to the Patriots.
Sure! We trust you!
The weapons used in the Revolution were cannons (launched projectiles using gun powder),swords (used in close range) muskets (main guns), pistols (backup guns), bayonets (knives attached to guns), and tomahawks (throwing axes).