A Hunger For Liberty Leads to the Declaration of Independence

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CTR Publishing, Inc., 2004 - 205 pages
 

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Contents

Foreword
4
The French and English Claim Ohio Indian Territory
5
Washington Quits Army Service
19
George III Taxes the Americans to Pay for War
29
The Hated Townshend Acts
35
John Adams Sets the Stage for a Nation of Law
42
Boston Tea Party
46
Britains Coercive Acts are Americas Intolerable Acts
49
A Powerful Change in the Minds of Men
110
The Declaration of Independence approved by Congress 1 17
133
The Battle for Long lsland
140
The Reluctant Howes Face Discouraged Patriots
149
The Americans Prepare to Take Care of Themselves
159
Undisciplined Troops Endanger the Quest for Liberty
167
New Jersey Perplexities Discouragements and Victories
173
General Lee Ignores Washingtons Orders
185

First Continental Congress Convenes
52
lntolerable Acts Lead to Lexington and Concord
59
Second Continental Congress and Fort Ticonderoga
65
Spirit of Self Government Grows
72
Battle of Bunker Hill
79
General Washington Takes Command of the Army
82
Americas First Bestseller Tom Paines Common Sense
95
Abigail Adams Watches Siege of Boston From Her Home
104
These are the times that try mens souls
190
Washington Snatches Victory from the Jaws of Defeat
197
A Few Good Men Stepped Forward
204
Learning How to Build a New Nation
213
Mary Mostert and the Founding Documents
220
Index
222
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