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a 1781 battle in South Carolina where Americans won an important victory over the British
Battle of Cowpens
hit-and-run tactics
Guerrilla
when an army surrounds and blockades an enemy position in an attempt to capture it
Siege
final battle of the Revolutionary War; this 1781 American victory in Virginia forced the British to surrender
Battle of Yorktown
a 1763 agreement between Britian and France that ended the French and Indian War, and marked the end of France's power in North America; peace treaty between the United States and Britian, ratified in 1783, that recognized the United States as an independent nation
Treaty of Paris
approved
Ratified
the new British commander-in-chief
Sir Henry Clinton
led the victory at Cowpens
General Morgan
from South Carolina; led militia; used guerrilla tactics
Francis Marion
traitor to American cause; led British
Benedict Arnold
a 1781 battle in South Carolina where Americans won an important victory over the British
Battle of Cowpens
hit-and-run tactics
Guerrilla
when an army surrounds and blockades an enemy position in an attempt to capture it
Siege
final battle of the Revolutionary War; this 1781 American victory in Virginia forced the British to surrender
Battle of Yorktown
a 1763 agreement between Britian and France that ended the French and Indian War, and marked the end of France's power in North America; peace treaty between the United States and Britian, ratified in 1783, that recognized the United States as an independent nation
Treaty of Paris
approved
Ratified
the new British commander-in-chief
Sir Henry Clinton
led the victory at Cowpens
General Morgan
from South Carolina; led militia; used guerrilla tactics
Francis Marion
traitor to American cause; led British
Benedict Arnold