Victory at which Battle convinced the British to help the Americans?

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  1. Social Studies

    Victory at which Battle convinced the British to help the Americans? I'm thinking its the Battle of Saratoga
  2. civics

    The result of the Battle of Bunker Hill was a/an A. narrow victory for the Americans. B. inconclusive end. C. unqualified British victory. D. clear victory for the Americans. B?
  3. History

    14.)Which of the following best shows the difference the battle of the thames and the battle of the new orleans A.) The Americans won the Battle of the Thames but lost the Battle of New Orleans. B.) The Americans lost the Battle of the Thames but won the Battle of New Orleans...
  4. us history

    which battle convinced the british that fighting the americans was too costly?
  5. Social Studies

    Which fact would you cite to support the conclusion that the Battle of Kettle Creek was a turning point in the Revolutionary War in Georgia? A) After this battle, the British offered freedom to any slave who would join their fight against the colonists. Eliminate B) The ...
  6. S.S

    In which battle did the Americans win their first victory over the British? a. Lexington b. Boston c. Charleston d. Concord
  7. ss

    4. Which of the following was NOT true of the Battle at New Orleans? It was a decisive victory. It signaled a change in strategy for the British. It made future president Andrew Jackson a hero. It was fought after the peace agreement between the Americans and the British was ...
  8. Social Studies

    Which of the following was NOT true of the Battle of New Orleans? a. It was a decisive victory. b. It signaled a change in strategy for the British. c. It made future president Andrew Jackson a hero.* d. It was fought after the peace agreement between the Americans and the ...
  9. social studies

    In which battle did the Americans win their first victory over the British? A. Lexington B. Boston C. Charleston D. Concord Is the answer D?
  10. History8

    How did the Battle of Saratoga mark a turning point in the war? a.It forced Burgoyne to retreat to Albany, New York, where American forces would launch a surprise attack. b.It convinced colonists that the French had aided British forces, so they could not be trusted. c. It ...
  11. History

    The American revolution began one shots were fired at blank soon after the British and Americans met again at blank where they learned at the war would be long and bloody the continental army and blank were no match against a large number of British soldiers who landed on ...
  12. Social Studies

    2. How did the American Expeditionary Forces help Allies win the war? A. They convinced German troops to rebel against their leaders. B. They had secret talks with the German kaiser, which eventually led to an armistice C. They assisted the French and British troops in the ...
  13. Social Studies

    What was the significance of the American victory at Saratoga? a.)It stopped the British plan to separate New England from the rest of the colonies.***** b.)African-American soldiers played a decisive role in the battle. c.)The Patriot Nathan Hale died there. d.)It was the ...
  14. History

    Which of the following statements would describe the significance of the Battle of Kettle Creek? a.Weapons and horses were taken from british b.The backcountry of georgia remained under british control. c.The morale of the georgia militia was lifted by this victory. d.all of ...
  15. Social studies

    How did the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution affect the course of the Vietnam war? A. It was a major political victory for the Vietcong. B. It convinced Americans that the domino theory was correct. C. It caused Americans to take an active role in the fighting. D. It contributed to ...
  16. Social Studies

    Which battle convinced the British to stop fighting in America? a. Plattsburg* b. Tippecanoe c. Lake Erie d. Fort Mc.Henry
  17. social studies

    why did the british think their military forces were superior to those of the americans? To which time period or war are you referring? ?? The British had an old style of fighting. They fought traditionally in battle lines. The british thought that their style of fighting was ...
  18. AP American History

    between 1785 and 1815, the indians of the northwest and canada allied themselves with the british because A) The british historically limited western expansion into indian lands B) the Americans had cut off all communication and trade with those tribes C) There had been ...
  19. History

    What was one way in which african Americans helped the revolutionary war effort? A. They convinced native Americans to join the army B. They joined with women's groups to write petitions C. They protested the war outside british parliament D. They raised and contributed food ...
  20. History

    What was the Battle of the Somme? A.It was the longest battle that occurred during World War I. B.It was a battle that opened a second World War I front in Turkey. C.It was a months-long battle resulting in massive British casualties. D.It was a battle that halted Germany’s ...
  21. ss

    i need anwsers for this 1. What was the last battle associated with the War of 1812? (1 point) a.Battle of New Orleans b.Battle of "Old Ironsides"to B.attle at Montreal d.Battle at Baltimore 2. For what is the War of 1812 BEST remembered? (1 point) the Battle at New York ...
  22. social studies

    1. Did Benedict Arnold help the Americans or British when fighting for Independence? 2. Did Jorge Farragut help the Americans or British? 1. Both 2. Americans
  23. social studies

    Please check: 1812- United States declares war against Britain The warship Constitution defeats the British ship Guerriere 1813- Battle of Lake Erie Battle of THames 1814- British burned Washington, D.C Battle of New Orleans 1815- Francis Scott Key writes "The Defense of Fort ...
  24. US History

    3. The War of 1812 ended with a. a clear victory for the US b. a clear victory for Britain c. the removal of all British claims to land in North America d. a return to the pre-war boundaries between the US and British territories. D? Thanks -MC
  25. Social Studies

    9. Which of the following statements comparing the Continental and British armies is most accurate? A. The British had more troops and were better disciplined than the Americans. B. The British had limited access to supplies while the American supplies were plentiful. C. The ...
  26. American History

    In the southern campaign launched by the British, Cornwallis lost a battle with the Americans under Nathaniel Greene at
  27. american history

    In the southern campaign launched by British, Cornwallis lost a battle with the Americans under Nathaniel Greene at?
  28. APUSH

    In the Spanish-American War... a.) America's victory could be attributed in large part to expert preparation b.) More American soldiers died from disease than battle c.) The American victory in the decisive battle at Santiago depended on assistance from German forces d.) ...
  29. U.S. History

    please check this The War of 1812 end with a. a clear victory for the United State b. a clear victory for Britain c. the removal of all British claims to land in North America d. a return to the pre-war boundaries between United States and British territories i picked B
  30. S.S

    1. In the southern campaign launched by the British, Cornwallis lost a battle with the Americans under Nathaniel Greene at A. Savannah. B. Cowpens. C. Camden. D. Charles Town. B?
  31. S.S.

    1. In the southern campaign launched by the British, Cornwallis lost a battle with the Americans under Nathaniel Greene at A. Savannah. B. Cowpens. C. Camden. D. Charles Town. B?
  32. Social Studies

    What was the role of the Native Americans during the Revolutionary War? A. Native americans did not fight in the Revolutionary War. B. More Native Americans fought with the British than with the Americans during the Revolutionary War. C. More Native americans fought with the ...
  33. History

    11.)which statement best describes the main source of conflict Florida during the late 1700's? A.) The Americans battled the British for control of Florida. V.) The Seminoles battled the Spanish for control of Florida. C.) The British and the Spanish fought the Americans for ...
  34. social studies

    Battle of Chanellorsville 1863....of all the battles fought by Robert E. Lee through 1863, this battle was his most impressive victory...am I correct ?
  35. History

    13.)Why were americans in the East & North less eager for war than Americans in the south and west? A.)Americans in the east and North were less patriotic B.)Americans in the South & West feared an end to slavery C.)Americans in the East and North depended more on british ...
  36. social studies

    Which of the following is Not a reason why Americans won the war, despite having many disadvantages compared to Britain? A. the Americans had the advantage of fighting in their own land. B. aid from France and Spain was important to american success. C. the British depended to...
  37. English

    It was two by the village clock, When he came to the bridge in Concord town. He heard the bleating of the flock, And the twitter of birds among the trees, And felt the breath of the morning breeze Blowing over the meadows brown. And one was safe and asleep in his bed Who at ...
  38. US History

    Can you please help me with these questions? After the Revolution, _______________ colonists left the states for other parts of the British Empire. George Washington’s forces were not permanently defeated by the British in the Battle for New York because Answer of Washington...
  39. SOCIAL studies

    What was the significance of the battle of Antietam A) it was the first battle of the civil war B) it was a confederate victory and secured great britains aid for the south C) it was the bloodiest day in American history D) it liberated Maryland from northern control
  40. History 9

    11. What was the impact of Minutemen during the revolutionary war? A) they were able to resist British forces using the same tactics that British soldiers used B) they set up signals to warn the regular american army whenever British soldiers were approaching C) as trained ...
  41. S.S

    5. What was the role of the Native Americans during the Revolutionary War? a. Native Americans did not fight in the Revolutionary War. b. More Native Americans fought with the British than with the Americans during the Revolutionary War. c. More Native Americans fought with ...
  42. social studies

    12. Why were the native Americans so important in the clash between the french and the British explain which side french of British received the best advantage with the native Americans provide evidence supporting your reason for selecting that side. I think the answer might ...
  43. Social studies (Ms.Sue are these correct?)

    11. What was the impact of Minutemen during the revolutionary war? A) they were able to resist British forces using the same tactics that British soldiers used B) they set up signals to warn the regular american army whenever British soldiers were approaching C) as trained ...
  44. social studies

    1. what name did the people give to the good ship "Constitution"? Answer: Old Ironsides 2. Andrew Jackson is often spoken of by what nickname? Answer: King Mob 3. England's practice of forcing our sailors to serve in her navy was called what? Answer: impressment 5. Who was the...
  45. A. social studies urgent PLEEEEAAAAAASSSE HELP!!!

    12. Why were the native Americans so important in the clash between the french and the British explain which side french of British received the best advantage with the native Americans provide evidence supporting your reason for selecting that side. I think the answer might ...
  46. Social Studies Check my answers!

    1. Which of the following satements would describe the significance of the battle of kettle creek? A.weapons and horses were taken from the British. B. the back country of georgia remained under patriot control C.the morale of the georgia milita was lifted by this victory. D....
  47. Social Studies Help

    1. Why did the British want to expand control into the Ohio valley in the mid- 1700s? a. to force the French out of North America b. to put French settlers there under English rule c. to demonstrate Britain's strength to France and Spain d. to gain access to the region's ...
  48. social studies

    the british commander at the battle of waterloo, lord wellington, once said that he would never attempt to write an account of the battle. why do you think he felt this way ?
  49. Social Studies (check my answers))

    1. Why did the British want to expand control into the Ohio valley in the mid- 1700s? a. to force the French out of North America b. to put French settlers there under English rule *** c. to demonstrate Britain's strength to France and Spain d. to gain access to the region's ...
  50. Ss

    •British and French military ships were stopping American merchant ships and “kidnapping” sailors •British were helping support the Native Americans in attacks against the Americans •BOTH ABOVE STATEMENTS WENT AGAINST THE TREATY OF PARIS 1783 Write why
  51. Social Studies

    Why were the Native Americans so important in the clash between the French and British? Explain which side, French or British, received the best advantage with the Native Americans. Provide evidence supporting your reason for selecting that side.
  52. Language Arts

    Success is counted sweetest by Emily Dickinson 1 Success is counted sweetest 2 By those who ne'er succeed. 3 To comphrehend a nectar 4 Requires sorest need. 5 Not one of all the purple Host 6 Who took the Flag today 7 Can tell the definition 8 So clear of victory 9 As he ...
  53. HISTORY

    Describe the fighting during the American Revolution in Georgia with the correct terms: The Battle of Rice Boats started in 1776 when British soldiers arrived in Georgia to buy supplies. Governor James Wright took advantage of the arrival of the redcoats and __________________...
  54. social studies

    During the War of 1812 The Americans won a victory at a)Detroit b) The Thames c) Quebec Answer: B The English were able to land an army and capture the city of a) Washington b) Baltimore c) New York Answer: A "The Star Spangled Banner" was written during the bombardment of a)...
  55. social studies HELP PLSS

    1. Which of the following was the provision in the treaty of paris 1763? A.All french land in north america was being given to england B.All french land in north america was being given to spain C.All french land west of mississippi & louisiana were to be given to england D. ...
  56. History

    Q14. Describe the fighting during the American Revolution in Georgia with the correct terms: The Battle of Rice Boats started in 1776 when British soldiers arrived in Georgia to buy supplies. Governor James Wright took advantage of the arrival of the redcoats and ...
  57. Social Studies

    What was the significance of the battle at fort necessity? A) British defeated the French and went on to claim Fort Duquesne B) the battle ended the French and Indian war C) the battle ended in a stalemate but with heavy losses on both sides D) it was one of the first battles ...
  58. social studies (check my answers)

    What was the significance of the battle at fort necessity? British defeated the French and went on to claim Fort Duquesne The battle ended the French and Indian war The battle ended in a stalemate but with heavy losses on both sides It was one of the first battles of the ...
  59. Social Studies

    Serapis Captured in Greatest American Sea Victory of War Which is true of this battle? A. The Bonhomme Richard was unharmed. B. The Serapis was larger than the Bonhomme Richard. C. The Serapis was sunken by cannon fire. D. The battle took place off the coast of New York.
  60. History

    Which of the following was the provision in the Treaty of Paris 1763? A. All French land in North America was to be given to England B. All French land in North America was to be given to Spain C. All French lands west of the Mississippi and Louisana were to be given to ...
  61. History

    1.How did their dependence on British trade affect the opinions of Americans in the East and North regarding the War of 1812? -more inclined to fund the War of 1812 -less supportive of the War of 1812 -secretively supportive of the War of 1812 -less interested in resolving ...
  62. History

    6. What effect did the capture of fort Ticonderoga have on the fighting in Boston between the American colonists and the British? A) the British left Boston when they saw the forts military weapons positioned on Dorchester heights**** B) the British delayed American troops ...
  63. Social Studies 7R

    What are Advantages and disadvantages of British and Americans??? Please Help! I don't know what's the Advantages and disadvantages of British and Americans. Thank You! :)
  64. Social Studies

    1.How did their dependence on British trade affect the opinions of Americans in the East and North regarding the War of 1812? -more inclined to fund the War of 1812 -less supportive of the War of 1812 -secretively supportive of the War of 1812 -less interested in resolving ...
  65. Georgia State History

    Q14. Describe the fighting during the American Revolution in Georgia with the correct terms: The Battle of ______ ____________ ____________ started in 1776 when British soldiers arrived in ___________ to buy supplies. Governor __________________ took advantage of the arrival ...
  66. Social Studies (Check Answers)

    6. What effect did the capture of fort Ticonderoga have on the fighting in Boston between the American colonists and the British? A) the British left Boston when they saw the forts military weapons positioned on Dorchester heights**** B) the British delayed American troops ...
  67. World History

    Winning which World War II battle allowed the Allied forces to protect strategic locations for trade and resources in the Mediterranean region? Battle of El Alamein**** Battle of Stalingrad Battle of Britain Battle of Midway
  68. AP U.S. History

    Between 1763 and 1789, the use and control of the frontier regions presented problems to both the British and the Americans. Describe the problems involved in the use and control of the frontier and explain how both the British and the Americans attempted to solve them
  69. History

    1. What effect did the Fugitive Slave Act have? Select all that apply. A. It convinced Northerners that slavery was immoral B. It convinced Southerners that Northerners would help return slaves. C. It convinced slaves that they were free to travel to the territories. D. It ...
  70. US history

    At the Battle of the Bulge: 1. Germany’s victory once again threatened an overall Allied defeat 2. the British repelled the German invasion force seeking to conquer Britain 3. German forces pushed the Allied amphibious invasion back into the English Channel 4. ended the war ...
  71. social studies

    Was the Battle of Antietam a Union victory, defeat, or was it a stalemate ? Give reasons for your answer.
  72. Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did the status of women and African Americans in the armed forces change during the war? A: In World War I, women were barred from combat. Many jobs available to women in the army were administrative or clerical. This all changed during World War II. Women were able to ...
  73. U.S.History

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  74. US History

    The battle of New Orleans A. destroyed the Creeks Indian Tribe B. forced the British to sue for peace with the US C. cause the British to evacuate Washington D. led to a surge in American nationalism E. led to the development of sectionalism in America I think it is A or D but...
  75. U.S. History

    please check this The Treaty of Greenville was the result of which of the following battles a. Battle of Ticonderoga b. Battle of Burnt Cabins c. Battle of Fallen Timbers d. Battle of Little Big Horn i picked C
  76. English

    In a typical Hawthorne world of moonbeams and shadows, the greatest pain for the Kinsman is not the tar and feathers, an extremely painful procedure, but making eye contact with the nephew to whom he had portrayed himself as a big shot. Most Americans have been taught to cheer...
  77. Social Studies Help ASAP

    Why did the British want to expand control into the Ohio Valley in the mid-1700s? a. to force the French out of North America b. to put French settlers there under English rule c. to demonstrate Britain’s strength to France and Spain d. to gain access to the region’s ...
  78. Civics

    17.   After General Howe's forces defeated the Americans at Brooklyn Heights and White Plains, Washington's strategy called for  A. drawing British forces inland. B. retreating to the south. C. surrounding the British and forcing them into one location. D. cutting ...
  79. History

    Describe the fighting during the American Revolution in Georgia with the correct terms: The Battle of ______ ____________ ____________ started in 1776 when British soldiers arrived in ___________ to buy supplies. Governor __________________ took advantage of the arrival of the...
  80. S.S

    why did the victory by the british at guilfird courthouse in north carolina seem more like a defeat to them
  81. social studies

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  82. HISTORY

    17. Which of these World War II battles established overall equality between the U.S. and Japanese naval powers? A. Battle of the Coral Sea B. Battle of Guadalcanal C. Battle of Midway D. Battle of Leyte Gulf I chose A. please check my answers
  83. U.S.History

    please check One effect of the Battle of Saratoga was that a. Americans began to lose hope of winning the war b. Americans lost over half of their army c. the French agreed to openly support the Americans d. Burgoyne marched on the New England Colonies i think C Farmers ...
  84. social studies

    Why did the british think its military forces were superior to those of the americans. What war are you asking about? The British were our opponents in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. They were our allies in World Wars I and II. they ruled the seas, they had won ...
  85. SS

    Which battle was not fought between the British and mericans in Revolutionary War?
  86. World History

    What was significant about the Battle of Dien Bien Phu? The battle proved that the North Vietnamese could defeat the US Army through guerilla warfare. The battle resulted in the withdrawal of the French military from Vietnam. The battle led the United States to attack the ...
  87. history

    how did washington gain control of boston? he sent 16,000 troops to launch a surprise attack on the british fort protecting boston. he surrounded the harbor giving them no option other than to surrender. he strategically placed cannons overlooking the harbor which forced out ...
  88. Social Studies 7R - Q2 Help!

    Identify: (includes definition and purpose, where applicable) Battle of Lexington and Concord: First shots fired between American and British troops, on April 19, 1775. The British chose to march to Concord because it was an arms depot. The one I wrote above that best ...
  89. social studies

    Why MUST the Americans have a GREAT victory? Why? American Revolution
  90. world history

    The British and French wanted U.S. units sed to reinfore their troops already on the battle lines. Who was the general chosen to command the American Expeditionary Force in World War I that refused to break up U.S. units so that they could be used as reinforcements for British...
  91. US HISTORY

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  92. Social Studies 7 - Final Review Help! (Q2)

    what is the battle of Princeton? battle of Saratoga and battle of Yorktown? I just need the definition of it.
  93. ela

    can you proof read once more please it was grammar worksheet i just corrected but i thought it will lots of mistake that why i gave to you to proofread. tomorrow i have to tell the answers because everyone has some paragraph On April 9, 1917, Easter Monday, Canadian soldiers ...
  94. U.S. History

    Define the following: 1) Valley Forge 2) Battle of Trenton 3) Battle of Saratoga 4) Battle of Yorktown 5) Treaty of Paris of 1783 6) Egalitarianism
  95. Social Studies (Check Answers)

    1. How might the Iroquois have been helpful in assisting the British troops in the surprise attack? A) the Iroquois likely had better knowledge of the area and could lead British troops through the woods*** B) the Iroquois likely had better knowledge of the habits of the ...
  96. us history

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  97. AP Us History

    Was the Battle of Antietam a turning point of the war because it prevented British and French recognition of the Confederacy- True or false
  98. history

    1. What was the result of Cortes’s defeat of the Aztecs? Select all that apply. (2 points) The Spanish thought it brought them more wealth and power. Cortes had lost so many soldiers in the victory that he had to wait several months for more to arrive from Spain. The Spanish...
  99. History

    Is my 2 paragraph essay error free? I have double checked it in my Word document but I wanted to triple check! :-) Thanks! Fort Sumter Loss This battle was located in South Carolina, from April 12th to the 14th later that month in 1861. The Confederacy side was the General ...
  100. Social Studies

    Why did Congress feel the need to boost American morale by releasing this address in early 1778? A. American army had given up an d and began to side with the British. B. Americans were beginning to lose hope of winning their independence. C. Congress used the address as a way...
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