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Julius Caesar

American Revolution

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Review Sheet for American Revolution Test


TED Talks
Why Eyewitnesses Get It Wrong


Can Democracy Exist without Trust?


School House Rock Videos
No More Kings

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The Shot Heard 'Round the World

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Fireworks - The Declaration of Independence


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List of Google Presentations

C Period
Proclamation Line of 1763
Stamp Act
Townshend Acts and the Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
First Continental Congress

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Proclamation Line of 1763
The Stamp Act
Townshend Acts and the Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
The First Continental Congress

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G Period
Proclamation Line of 1763
Stamp Act
Townshend Acts and the Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
First Continental Congress

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SlideShare Presentations
The French and Indian War

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Events Leading to the April 18, 1775

Lexington and Concord, Bunker Hill, and Evacuation Day

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The Foundations for the Declaration of Independence

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No Choice but Independence

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"End of the Beginning"

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Tough Winters

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Victory


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Why Wage War?

C Period
Part One


Part Two

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F Period
Part One


Part Two


Part Three

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G Period
"Who Fired the First Shot?" Essay Document links

John Parker, Commander of the Militia in Lexington (Resource Sheet #1)
Diary of a British Officer (Resource Sheet #2)
[Affadivit] No. 1. Lexington, April 25, 1775 (Resource Sheet #3)
Elijah Saunderson testimony, April 25, 1775 (Resource Sheet #4)
[Affidavit] No. 20.Medford, April 25, 1775 (Resource Sheet #5)
[Part of Affidavit No. 18] Worcester, April 26, 1775 (Resuorce Sheet #6)

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