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Cornwallis was defeated at Yorktown because:
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Cornwallis was defeated at Yorktown because French and American ships kept relief forces from arriving.
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What were two advantages England had in fighting a war in America?well-trained soldiers money and equipment British commanders were decisive, striking swift, hard blows to the patriots familiarity with the land
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The British general at the Battle of Bunker Hill was Horatio Gates. true or false?
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The British general at the Battle of Bunker Hill was Horatio Gates. FALSE.
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Who was the colonist thatconvinced the French to aid the colonies?
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The colonist that convinced the French to aid the colonies was Benjamin Franklin.
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The Second Continental Congress:
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The Second Continental Congress was a convention of delegates from the Thirteen Colonies that started meeting in the summer of 1775, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, soon after warfare in the American Revolutionary War had begun.

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