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In 1777 the Continental Congress adopted the "Stars and Stripes" as the national flag of the United States.

In 1777 the Continental Congress adopted the "Stars and Stripes" as the national flag of the United States.

Revolutionary War Crafts to use with Sonlight Core D

Revolutionary War Crafts for Kids

Revolutionary War Crafts to use with Sonlight Core D

Henry Knox was one of the most able men in the US Army during the revolution. He was a bookseller who trained himself on military topics. He led the greatest logistics expedition of the war when he transported 60 ton of cannon from Ft Ticonderoga to Boston in mid winter, with no roads and few men. The cannon caused the British to leave Boston. He organized Washington's x-mas assualt on Trenton, crossing the river at night withoug a single loss. Later, he formed West Point and Annapolis…

Henry Knox was one of the most able men in the US Army during the revolution. He was a bookseller who trained himself on military topics. He led the greatest logistics expedition of the war when he transported 60 ton of cannon from Ft Ticonderoga to Boston in mid winter, with no roads and few men. The cannon caused the British to leave Boston. He organized Washington's x-mas assualt on Trenton, crossing the river at night withoug a single loss. Later, he formed West Point and Annapolis…

George Washington's battle sword and scabbard, 1770s  Washington carried this sword as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. He willed the sword to his nephew, Samuel Washington, a U.S. Army captain, with orders to use it "only in self-defense or in the defense of country and its rights." In 1843 Washington's grandnephew donated the sword to the U.S. government, and in 1922 it was transferred from the State Department to the Smithsonian.

George Washington's battle sword and scabbard, 1770s Washington carried this sword as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. He willed the sword to his nephew, Samuel Washington, a U.S. Army captain, with orders to use it "only in self-defense or in the defense of country and its rights." In 1843 Washington's grandnephew donated the sword to the U.S. government, and in 1922 it was transferred from the State Department to the Smithsonian.

What better way for kids to learn about the American Revolution then to role play? This AWESOME online game puts kids right in the middle of Boston in 1770. Kids will need to register, but they don't need an email address.

What better way for kids to learn about the American Revolution then to role play? This AWESOME online game puts kids right in the middle of Boston in 1770. Kids will need to register, but they don't need an email address.

Revolutionary War Challenge - 8 pages of free Revolutionary War printables

Revolutionary War Printables

Revolutionary War Challenge - 8 pages of free Revolutionary War printables

John Paul Jones 1747-1792    American Revolutionary War hero, John Paul Jones, who died in Paris 18 July 1792. His body was missing for a time but his coffin, made of lead, was found in 1905 under a Paris shop that had been built over an old cemetery & his body had been preserved in alcohol. On 26 Jan 1913, he was laid to rest in the crypt of the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Md. with a eulogy given by Teddy Roosevelt.

John Paul Jones 1747-1792 American Revolutionary War hero, John Paul Jones, who died in Paris 18 July 1792. His body was missing for a time but his coffin, made of lead, was found in 1905 under a Paris shop that had been built over an old cemetery & his body had been preserved in alcohol. On 26 Jan 1913, he was laid to rest in the crypt of the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Md. with a eulogy given by Teddy Roosevelt.

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