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American Revolution Essay Questions
Each question is worth three points. I would recommend writing at least three sentences, stating specific facts and support for those facts. You need to pick three to write about.

1. Give examples of how King George tried to control the lives of the colonists and how the colonists protested the king’s actions 2. During the Revolutionary War, people living in the colonies were split into three categories – Patriots, Loyalists and Neutral. If you had lived in the colonies during this time, which group would you be in? Why? 3. Knowing the outcome of the Revolutionary War, name three reasons for the victory by the colonists. 4. What contributions does the eat coast currently make in the US? 5. What were the effects of colonization on the Native Americans? 6. Explain the Triangular Trade Route. Include the counties and products involved, how it worked, and its importance.

American Revolution Essay Questions
Each question is worth three points. I would recommend writing at least three sentences, stating specific facts and support for those facts. You need to pick three to write about.

1. Give examples of how King George tried to control the lives of the colonists and how the colonists protested the king’s actions 2. During the Revolutionary War, people living in the colonies were split into three categories – Patriots, Loyalists and Neutral. If you had lived in the colonies during this time, which group would you be in? Why? 3. Knowing the outcome of the Revolutionary War, name three reasons for the victory by the colonists. 4. What contributions does the eat coast currently make in the US? 5. What were the effects of colonization on the Native Americans? 6. Explain the Triangular Trade Route. Include the counties and products involved, how it worked, and its importance.

American Revolution Essay Questions
Each question is worth three points. I would recommend writing at least...