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NC and the American Revolution


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1. Slide
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NC was the site of many pivotal battles in the American Revolution, such as the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge and the Battle of Kings Mountain. NC also provided many soldiers and supplies to the Revolutionary cause. In addition, NC leaders, such as Cornelius Harnett and Thomas Burke, were influential in pushing for independence. NC was the first state to ratify the Constitution and was admitted to the Union in November 1789.
NC in the American Revolution
2. Slide
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Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge: a battle that took place on February 27, 1776 in North Carolina during the American Revolution. It was the first major victory for the Patriots and effectively ended British rule in the colony. Treaty of Paris: a treaty signed in 1783 that officially ended the American Revolutionary War between Great Britain and the United States of America. It recognized the United States as an independent nation. Battle of Kings Mountain: a battle fought on October 7, 1780 in North Carolina during the American Revolution. It was a major victory for the Patriots and had a huge impact on the outcome of the war.
3. Slide
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During the American Revolution, the state of North Carolina was the only Southern state to provide troops for the Continental Army throughout the entire war. In 1776, the 5th North Carolina Regiment became the first to receive a flag featuring the Stars and Stripes. The last major battle of the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Yorktown, was in part fought by North Carolina troops in 1781.
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4. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a banana driving a car
5. Drawings
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Question: How did North Carolina contribute to the American Revolution? Clues: • North Carolina was home to the first major victory of the revolution at the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge in 1776. • North Carolina was the site of the largest battle south of New York in the war at Guilford Courthouse in 1781. • Many North Carolinians fought in the Continental Army and some even served in the Continental Congress. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Split into pairs and research how North Carolina contributed to the American Revolution. Create a visual representation of your findings. B. Split into pairs and design a battle strategy for the Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. Explain why your plan would be successful.
6. Poll
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What year did North Carolina join the American Revolution?
  • 1775
  • 1776
  • 1777
  • 1778
7. Poll
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Where did the first battle of the American Revolution take place?
  • Concord, Massachusetts
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Yorktown, Virginia
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8. Poll
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Which of the following is NOT a city in North Carolina?
  • Savannah, Georgia
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Wilmington, North Carolina
9. Poll
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What is the name of the famous Revolutionary War-era document created in North Carolina?
  • The Declaration of Independence
  • The Articles of Confederation
  • The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence
  • The Bill of Rights
10. Poll
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Which of the following is NOT a Revolutionary War battle site in North Carolina?
  • Guilford Courthouse
  • Lexington, Kentucky
  • King's Mountain
  • Cowpens

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