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  • Revolutionary War [Image source: W. B. Woolen]
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  • [Massachusetts Historical Society]
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  • [Image source: Microsoft Encarta 98]
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  • [Atwater Kent Museum]
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  • Caesar had his Brutus; Charles the First his Cromwell; and George the Third - may profit by their example. If this be treason, make the most of it! [Red Hill Shrine, Brookneal, Virginia]
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  • Townshend Acts 1. Suspended the New York Assembly. 2. Imposed customs duties on colonial imports of glass, red and white lead, paints, paper, and tea. (The Revenue Act)
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  • Protest of the Townshend Acts [Image source: http://webpages.homestead.com/revwar/files/ TOWN.HTM]
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  • 1770
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  • Mr. Mrs. J. William Middendorf, II, New York.
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  • 1772
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  • Rhode Island smugglers board and burn the revenue cutter Gaspee 9 th June 1772 after it had run aground. [National Geographic Society Library.]
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  • 1773
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  • [Sketch by A. Lassell Ripley, The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, Worcester, Massachusetts.]
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  • Samuel Adams, father of the Revolution. [City of Boston, Museum of Fine Arts]
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  • 1774
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  • [Painting by Charles Schuessele, Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery]
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  • Boston Port Act Included the following provisions: the closing of Boston harbour to commerce Salem replaces Boston as capital Boston replaced by Marblehead as the port of entry
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  • Colonel George Washington, Patrick Henry, and Richard Henry Lee leaving a session of the First Continental Congress. [Image source: Historical Society of Pennsylvania]
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  • The die is now cast, the colonies must either submit or triumph.
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  • 1775
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  • [Painting by A. Lassell Ripley, The Paul Revere Insurance Company]
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  • The regulars are out! [Painting by A. Lassell Ripley, The Paul Revere Insurance Company]
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  • [Image source: The Revolutionary War by Bart McDowell, pages 38-39.]
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  • [[Painting by A. Lassell Ripley, The Paul Revere Insurance Company]
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  • [Painting by A. Lassell Ripley, The Paul Revere Insurance Company]
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  • 19 th April 1775
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  • Battle of Lexington Green [Image source: http://www.ilt.columbia.edu/k12/history/lexcon.html]
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  • [The Dunfey Family]
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  • Fire, fellow-soldiers, for Gods sake, fire! [Painting by A. Lassell Ripley, The Paul Revere Insurance Company]
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  • [The Dunfey Family]
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  • Colonel William Prescott [Painting by F.C. Yohn, circa 1910, The Continental Insurance Company]
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  • [Painting by Howard Pyle, 1898, Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, Delaware Art Center].htm]
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  • Martyrdom of Joseph Warrenton [Painting The Battle of Bunkers Hill by John Trumbull, 1786,Yale University Art Gallery]
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  • [Fort Ticonderoga Museum] Surrender in the name of the great Jehovah and the Continental Congress!
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  • Arnold invades Canada fall of 1775 [Engraving from Our Countryby Benson Lossing]
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  • [Painting by Alonzo Chappel, Chicago Historical Society]
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  • [Painting by Tom Lovell, Dixon Ticonderoga Pencil Collection]