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XXXIX. Bunker Hill.
Moore's From Colony to Commonwealth, 115-31. Johnston's U. S. 197.

Bryant's Popular Hist. III. 396–405; map, 399. Hildreth's U. S. III. 80–2.
Washington and His Country, 157 ; map, 159. Lossing's Field-Book of Rev.
1. 540-8; map, 543. Coffin's Boys of '76, chap. III.; map, 48. Fiske's War
of Independence, 90–2. Map of Boston. Lossing's Field-Book of Rev, I.

566. Bryant's Popular Hist. III. 426. Bancroft's U. S. IV. 213-21. a. Draw a map of Boston and environs. b. Who was in command of the British in Boston ? c. Who were the leaders of the colonial militia around Boston?

Under what authority did they act? d. Compare the equipment, training, and resources of the two

armies. e. The fight. f. The result and the importance of this fight. XL. What was England's answer to Bunker Hill? Johnston's U. S. 203-4. Bryant's Popular Hist. III. 396–7. Hildreth's U. S.

IV. III-12. Bancroft's U.S. IV. 260–1; 347-8; 350-1. a. Troops sent over. b. The closing of all colonial ports. C. Colonial commerce declared to be the lawful prey of privateers. XLI. The Second Continental Congress. Johnston's U. S. 194. Johnston's U. S. Hist. and Const. 60. Andrews' Manual

of Const. 31-2. Hildreth's U. S. III. 76, 80. Bancroft's U. S. IV. 190-2,

200, 204–12. Fiske's Civil Govt. 204 +.
Place of meeting.
How called ?
Colonies represented.

Assumed the armies of the different colonies.
Appointed a commander-in-chief.

Recommended to the colonies to form state governActs

ments independent of Great Britain.
Johnston's U. S. Hist, and Const. 55-7.
Began the formation of a navy.

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