This summary provides a brief overview of the American Revolution. It highlights key people, places, and events and details how they are related to one another. The summary explains how important historical events developed and why they are meaningful. It can be used to review what the students have already studied, or prepare them for what they will study. Hand the summary out in class as a study guide, use it to facilitate a class discussion, or give it to students as a review sheet prior to exams. The summary is relatively brief, but can serve to be an excellent refresher of the American Revolution for students and teachers.
American Revolution Summary
Following the French and Indian War, Great Britain left the colonies to run themselves. This
was good for the colonies. They began to find unique ways to run their own colonial
governments, and this helped Americans...
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