American Revolutionary War Quiz

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This is a quiz for people who know a lot about the American Revolution. So be prepared.

  • 1
    What was Nathanael Greene's strategy in South Carolina and North Carolina?
    Let Cornwallis keep chasing and chasing him, letting Cornwallis wear himself out.
    Make pitched battles against Cornwallis to destroy him.
  • 2
    What British General said that with 5000 troops he can march from one end of the continent to the other.
    Lord Percy
    Henry Clinton
    William Howe
    Charles Cornwallis
    James Grant
  • 3
    What is the name of the pass that the British used to outflank the Americans at the Battle of Long Island?
    Cuba Pass
    Jamaica Pass
    Brooklyn Pass
    Nassau Pass
    Kingston Pass
  • 4
    In response to the last question, who led the force that went through the pass.
    William Howe
    James Grant
    Henry Clinton
    Charles Cornwallis
  • 5
    Name the road that the British first attacked at the Battle of Long Island.
    Gowanus Road
    Brooklyn Road
    Flatbush Road
    Bedford Roads
  • 6
    Where was the British camp on Long Island established?
    East Village
    New York
  • 7
    The first successful American engagement in open field.
    Battle of Lexington and Concord
    Battle of Bunker Hill
    Battle of Monmouth Courthouse
  • 8
    Who was the British Secretary of State for American Department and in charge of suppressing the Revolution?
    Lord George Germain
    Lord North
    King George the Third
    Lord Sandwich
  • 9
    The American general that died at the Battle of Quebec.
    Richard Montgomery
    Benedict Arnold
    Benjamin Lincoln
    Daniel Morgan
  • 10
    Who was the American Commander of the artillery?
    George Washington
    Nathanael Greene
    Henry Knox, Captain of the Artillery
    Alexander Hamilton, Captain of the Artillery
    William Alexander, Captain of the Artillery

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