BRITISH TROOP DEPLOYMENT

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2. Lexington

3. British were searching for stolen weapons. A small colonial militia, called minutemen (because they reputedly were ready to fight on a minute’s notice), attacked them. They stopped at Lexington & encountered 56 minutemen.

5. After their victory in Lexington, the British proceeded to Concord. When they got there, a large contingent of minutemen awaited them & inflicted numerous casualties on the Redcoats The fact that a group of colonial farmers could repel the army of the world’s largest empire was monumental.

7. DOI-2

15. Paine not only called for independence, but for a new kind of political society: a democratic republic. Power should be derived from popular consent.

16. DOI-2

20. Declaration of Independence The Congress was looking for a rousing statement of its ideals, and it commissioned Thomas Jefferson to write the Declaration of Independence 1) It enumerates the colonies’ grievances against the Crown 2) It articulates the principle of individual liberty and the government’s fundamental responsibility to serve the people 3) It was flawed – these only pertained to white, propertied men. With the document’s signing on July 4, 1776, the Revolutionary War officially began. Pass out handout of Declaration of IndependencePass out handout of Declaration of Independence

23. Social contract

24. Loyalist/Patriot

30. US leaders

31. GB leaders

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