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Why did the British probably believe the Proclamation of 1763 was a good thing for the colonists of North America? Select the best answer from the choice provided. They would be protected from American Indian tribes. It would increase value of land for the colonists. It would keep French explorers away from the colonists. All answers are correct.
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@coolman500 @jackmullen55
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I think that it is A
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i agree with jack

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Which commander was in charge of the colonial forces? Select the best answer from the choice provided. Cornwallis Howe Washington Allen
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Washington
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The main problem colonial forces faced during the war for independence was that they _____. Select the best answer from the choice provided. were too far from home had ships that were too big to quickly navigate the ocean lacked money and were poorly organized to fight a war could not see the British troops because they wore disguise
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I think that it is C
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German mercenaries who fought for the British during the American Revolution were called _____. Select the best answer from the choice provided. traitors patriots Hessians loyalists
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Hessians
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Which scenario is most like the Continental Army's winter at Valley Forge? Select the best answer from the choice provided. College students go home to spend the holidays with their families. College students travel to South America for international adventure. College students spend their time preparing for the next semester. No answer is correct.
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the site on the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania, about 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Philadelphia, where George Washington's Continental Army spent the winter of 1777–78 in conditions of extreme hardship during the American Revolution. You tell me
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Valley Forge in Pennsylvania was the site of the military camp of the American Continental Army over the winter of 1777–1778 during the American Revolutionary War. It is approximately 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia.[1] Starvation, disease, malnutrition, and exposure killed nearly 2,500 American soldiers by the end of February 1778.[2] With winter almost setting in, and with the prospects for campaigning greatly diminishing, General George Washington sought quarters for his men. Washington and his troops had fought what was to be the last major engagement of 1777 at the Battle of White Marsh (or Edge Hill) in early December. He devised to pull his troops from their present encampment in the White Marsh area (now Fort Washington State Park) and move to a more secure location for the coming winter.
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C?
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D
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so close As a patriot soldier, Daniel has an advantage over British troops. What is his advantage? Select the best answer from the choice provided. He speaks the same language as the American Indians. His ships are bigger and faster than British ships. He knows the land better since it is close to his home. His army has more money to buy war supplies.
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C
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Why did the British capture New York City during the American Revolution? Select the best answer from the choice provided. They wanted to cut off New England from the other colonies. There were many immigrants there who could act as spies. New York had the highest mountains in the region. King George III wanted to build a fancy palace there.
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I think A
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