1. "Washington's Crossing" is a story about which war?
(b) French and Indian.
(d) American Revolutionary.
2. When does the American Revolutionary War take place?
3. "Washington's Crossing" details each battle fought from Brooklyn, Long Island, Manhattan, Fort Lee, Trenton, and ultimately where?
4. "Washington's Crossing" concerns what river?
5. Until the point in "Washington's Crossing" where the Americans cross the river and make a surprise attack, they suffer what types of defeat?
(a) Few serious.
(b) Many crushing.
(c) Only one light.
(d) Some moderate.
6. After the British depart, Washington marches through what town with his troops and is hailed as a hero?
(b) New York.
7. Washington is not everyone's first choice as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. Why is he selected?
(a) Southern delegates insist on a Georgian.
(b) Southern delegates insist on a North Carolinian.
(c) Southern delegates insist on a Virginian.
(d) Northern delegates insist on a Pennsylvanian.
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