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Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue

Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Contributions and Roles of Virginians During the Revolutionary War Review Glue
Product Description
Review glue sort includes 11 individuals or groups from Virginia and the role they played during the Revolutionary War. Correlates directly with Virginia SOL VS5b. Included in the sort are Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Patrick Henry, James Lafayette, Free African Americans, Enslaved African Americans, American Indians, Women, Patriots, Loyalists, and Neutrals. Students match the individual or group to the description that describes them.
Total Pages
4 pages
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