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  1. Chapter 6 Quiz 3 review

  2. Why did George Washington attempt to defend New York? • Washington underestimated the power of the British • Washington’s army was trapped by the British in New York • The control of New York was essential to American victory • Giving up the city without a fight would damage support for the war

  3. Giving up the city without a fight would damage support for the war

  4. Princeton was an important victory for Washington because it • Brought France into the war • Ravaged the British army • Raised the low morale of the army • Assured American control of the Northwest

  5. Raised the low morale of the army

  6. The Saratoga campaign was an important victory for the Patriots because it • Brought France into the war • Brought peace • Raised the low morale of the army • Assured American control of the Northwest

  7. Brought France into the war

  8. What act of treason did Benedict Arnold agree to perform? • To command a Tory force • To hand over a fort • To lose a battle • To reveal Washington’s military plans

  9. To hand over a fort

  10. A) John Burgoyne • B) William Howe • __ British general who took New York and Philadelphia but missed his main objective

  11. B) William Howe

  12. A) John Burgoyne • B) William Howe • British general who surrendered his army near Saratoga

  13. A) John Burgoyne

  14. A) Horatio Gates • B) Daniel Morgan • C) Baron von Stueben __ overrated American commander who won at Saratoga but lost at Camden

  15. A) Horatio Gates

  16. A) Horatio Gates • B) Daniel Morgan • C) Baron von Stueben • __ American leader who was vital in winning the battles of Saratoga and Cowpens

  17. B) Daniel Morgan

  18. A) Horatio Gates • B) Daniel Morgan • C) Baron von Stueben • __ German drillmaster for the Continental army

  19. C) Baron von Stueben

  20. A) Brandywine • B) Monmouth • C) Saratoga campaign • D) Trenton • E) Valley Forge • __ a successful winter raid that lifted the morale of the young Continental army

  21. D) Trenton

  22. A) Brandywine • B) Monmouth • C) Saratoga campaign • D) Trenton • E) Valley Forge • __ an unsuccessful attempt to stop the British from taking Philadelphia

  23. A) Brandywine

  24. A) Brandywine • B) Monmouth • C) Saratoga campaign • D) Trenton • E) Valley Forge • __ the capture of a British army, which encouraged France to join the war

  25. C) Saratoga campaign

  26. A) Brandywine • B) Monmouth • C) Saratoga campaign • D) Trenton • E) Valley Forge • __ the Continental army’s winter headquarters during the dark winter of 1777-78

  27. E) Valley Forge

  28. A) Brandywine • B) Monmouth • C) Saratoga campaign • D) Trenton • E) Valley Forge • __ a draw (tie) that proved the new professionalism of the Continental army

  29. B) Monmouth

  30. T/F __ Those who signed the Declaration of Independence pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their honor to support the cause of liberty

  31. True