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The GIRTHY Brothers by Cecy Rose Simon and his younger brothers James and George were white renegades who fought with the Delaware, Shawnee and Wyandot indians attacking the American frontier along the Ohio River during the American Revolution

The GIRTHY Brothers by Cecy Rose Simon and his younger brothers James and George were white renegades who fought with the Delaware, Shawnee and Wyandot indians attacking the American frontier along the Ohio River during the American Revolution

French and Indian War lesson and activities for your students • Students research the causes and effects of the French and Indian War and how it affected colonists in the British colonies. They'll learn about the Ohio River Valley, Albany Plan of Union, Benjamin Franklin, and the Proclamation of 1763!

French and Indian War

French and Indian War lesson and activities for your students • Students research the causes and effects of the French and Indian War and how it affected colonists in the British colonies. They'll learn about the Ohio River Valley, Albany Plan of Union, Benjamin Franklin, and the Proclamation of 1763!

Fort Mcintosh, Beaver, Pa. Fort McIntosh was an early American log frontier fort situated near the confluence of the Ohio River and the Beaver River in what is now Beaver, Pennsylvania.  "The fortress was constructed in 1778 under the direction of Lt. Col. Cambray-Digny, a French engineer, and named in honor of General Lachlan McIntosh. The fortress was the site of the signing of the Treaty of Fort McIntosh on January 21, 1785. It was occupied until it was abandoned in 1791. After the…

Fort Mcintosh, Beaver, Pa. Fort McIntosh was an early American log frontier fort situated near the confluence of the Ohio River and the Beaver River in what is now Beaver, Pennsylvania. "The fortress was constructed in 1778 under the direction of Lt. Col. Cambray-Digny, a French engineer, and named in honor of General Lachlan McIntosh. The fortress was the site of the signing of the Treaty of Fort McIntosh on January 21, 1785. It was occupied until it was abandoned in 1791. After the…

Also known as the Seven Years’ War, this New World conflict marked another chapter in the long imperial struggle between Britain and France. When France’s expansion into the Ohio River valley brought repeated conflict with the claims of the British colonies, a series of battles led to the official British declaration of war in 1756.

Also known as the Seven Years’ War, this New World conflict marked another chapter in the long imperial struggle between Britain and France. When France’s expansion into the Ohio River valley brought repeated conflict with the claims of the British colonies, a series of battles led to the official British declaration of war in 1756.

Louisville's founder, George Rogers Clark led an expedition of Virginia militia into British held territory northwest of the Ohio River. He quickly seized Kaskaskia and Cahokia in Illinois, and on Feb.24, 1779, secured the surrender of Vincennes, where Lt. Gov. Henry Hamilton, the British commander of Detroit had wintered, never expecting the Americans to attack across the flooded and frigid prairie.

Louisville's founder, George Rogers Clark led an expedition of Virginia militia into British held territory northwest of the Ohio River. He quickly seized Kaskaskia and Cahokia in Illinois, and on Feb.24, 1779, secured the surrender of Vincennes, where Lt. Gov. Henry Hamilton, the British commander of Detroit had wintered, never expecting the Americans to attack across the flooded and frigid prairie.

American Revolution Interactive Notebook 4th - 6th grades. Includes activities, assessments, and an answer key with pictures of each activity. Some topics covered included many Ohio River Valley, Choosing Sides (Loyalists, Patriots, Undecided), British Taxes, Battles, and Treaty of 1793. Product coordinates with McGrawHill but can be used with any text. $

American Revolution & Revolutionary War Interactive Notebook 5th Grade

American Revolution Interactive Notebook 4th - 6th grades. Includes activities, assessments, and an answer key with pictures of each activity. Some topics covered included many Ohio River Valley, Choosing Sides (Loyalists, Patriots, Undecided), British Taxes, Battles, and Treaty of 1793. Product coordinates with McGrawHill but can be used with any text. $

This Road to Revolution Unit contains a study guide, editable test, 33 graphic organizers and the 11 editable PowerPoint presentations.  Beautiful visuals and easy to understand bulletpoints!

Road to the American Revolution UNIT

This Road to Revolution Unit contains a study guide, editable test, 33 graphic organizers and the 11 editable PowerPoint presentations. Beautiful visuals and easy to understand bulletpoints!

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