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List the supplies that the Continental Army needed
Things a group of people need to carry out a task; Food, blankets, ammunition, clothing, boots
what kinds of things would you need to meet your basic needs?
2 synanyms
A small paper booklet that gives information ro supports a position.
Booklet; leaflet; guide
think really small book or folded paper
Why was Colonel St. Leger's retreat so unusual?
Withdraw or move back;
Leger's retreat was unusual because the decision to retreat was based on false information leaked by American General Benedict Arnold
what was the trick that General Benedict Arnold played on St. Leger?
Where did the British surrender?
Stop fighting because you are unable to win.
The British surrendered at Saratoga after being bombarded by the Americans day and night without stopping
what does a white flag mean
2 synanyms
Help an enemy. Surrender something important to you.
what did Benedict Arnold do to the American army that was so very bad
What made the win at Saratoga so important?
A place of decision.
A crossraods
After Saratoga European countries believed that America could win the war
you have to make an important decision.
How do you use a bayonet?
A long stell knife attached to the end of a gun.
A bayonet is used for close fighting to stab your opponent.
where do we keep this message
Who were allies for America during the American Revolution?
A country that agrees to help another country achieve a common goal.
Spain and France
Helpers or supporters
Who did the privateers work for?
A privately owned ship that a wartime government gives permission to attack enemy vessels.
whose side were the privateers on
What was Washington's main strategy for the Continental Army?
An overall plan of action.
To survive
A dead army can not win a war