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The Revolutionary War (1776-1783)

American Revolution for Students

American Revolution for Students traces the struggle for power and control between the colonies and Great Britain. From the colonists' rejection of mercantilist laws to the "shot heard round the world" and the eventual establishment of the world's greatest experiment in democracy, students will get a vivid look at the remarkable decisions, documents and personalities that helped lay the foundation for the development of a new nation. In this program, students will get a stirring account of the participants and battles that paved the road to victory - from the skirmishes in New England to the stunning victory at the Battle of Yorktown.

Rating: E
Production Year: 2004
Duration: 23 min
Series: American Revolution for Students
Printable Resources: Yes

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