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Most Important People From The American Revolution

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George Washington Report Abuse
Our very first president, Washington was a critical player in the drafting of the declaration, its passage, the battles fought for freedom and the beginnings of a nation, a key role in every tremoulous step of our first years.
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most amazing person EVER!
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Benjamin Franklin Report Abuse
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Where do we even begin with this great man? Inventor, scholar, first American Ambassador to France, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, musician. He was a real Renaissance Man.
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cool
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Thomas Jefferson Report Abuse
An integral force behind the Declaration of Independence and what that meant for the new nation making its stand, Jefferson is one of our founding fathers and it would have been a different America without him.
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true i agree
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John Adams Report Abuse
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James Madison Report Abuse
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james madison was a nice guy and he was a boss!!!!!
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Paul Revere Report Abuse
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The midnight ride of the famous silversmith
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Patrick Henry Report Abuse
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James Monroe Report Abuse
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Samuel Adams Report Abuse
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John Paul Jones Report Abuse
Answering "I have not yet begun to fight" at a call for surrender from the British, Jones was the first American to bring about and enjoy Naval success.
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Thomas Paine Report Abuse
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Nathan Hale Report Abuse
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First spy for America during the Revolutionary War.
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John Hancock Report Abuse
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Daniel Morgan Report Abuse
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Abigail Adams Report Abuse
The women of the United States were integral in the success of their husbands and all their countrymen. Their support and encouragement was critical to the success of the United States against Britain, and Abigail Adams was very influential among Revolutionary women.
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crispus attucks Report Abuse
first to die in the american revolution at the boston massacre.
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Mary Draper Report Abuse
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helped feed soldiers on the way to boston. She was known for her loving heart an also her food!
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King Louis XVI of France Report Abuse
The US major ally
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Key wrote the Star-Spangled Banner during the War of 1812 Report Abuse
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Benedict Arnold Report Abuse
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Francis Scott Key Report Abuse
Writing the Star Spangled Banner under bombardment was and remains to this day a moving moment in our nations's history.
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This occured during the War of 1812. Key was almost four years old when the Revolutionary War ended.
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