18th century turning points in U.S. history. Pt. 3, 1767-1776 & 1776-1783 / Eighteenth century turning points in U.S. history Ambrose Video Publishing. , United States. - [2003] - 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. Program 5: 1766 John Singleton Copley Paints "Boy with the Squirrel" 1767 Daniel Boone Views Kentucky 1768 Indiana Co. buys 1,800,000 acres from the Iroquois 1770 The Liberty Pole Riot and the Boston Massacre 1773 The Boston Tea Party 1774 The First Continental Congress Meets in Philadelphia 1775 Battle of Lexington and Concord 1775 George Washington Assumes Command of Continental Army 1776 Thomas Paine Publishes Common Sense 1776 The Declaration of Independence Total Time: 26:20 Program 6: 1776 Washington Crosses the Delaware 1777 Congress Mandates the American Flag 1777 Second Battle of Saratoga 1777 John Paul Jones Sets Sail 1777-78 The Winter at Valley Forge 1778 George Rogers Clark Captures Kaskaskia 1781 The Siege of Yorktown 1783 The Treaty of Paris and the End of Revolutionary War Total Time: 25:50



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