The U.S.: 13 Colonies - Geography Games

American Revolution Battle Map

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This quiz was created by John Frizzell.

This quiz will ask you to identify each of the 13 colonies as well as some of the key battles that occurred during the American Revolution. Pay attention to the descriptions of each battle that you place on the map.
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