|aif you lived at the time of the American Revolution|cby Kay Moore ; illustrated by Daniel O'Leary.
|a80 p.|bill. (chiefly color), maps|c19 cm.
|aWhat was life like before the Revolution? -- What did colonial people look like? -- What were colonial houses like? -- What started the Revolution? -- Who were the Loyalists? -- Who were the Patriots? -- Did everyone in the coloniestake sides? -- How would your life have changed after the Declaration of Independence? -- What happened to Loyalist families after the Declaration? -- How could you tell who was a Patriot? -- How could you tell who was a Loyalist? -- If your family sided with the Patriots, how did you support the war? -- If your family sided with the Loyalists, how did you support the war? -- Would you have seen a battle? -- Did any women or children fight in the Continental Army? -- Was it hard to get money during the war? -- How did people get food and clothes? -- How did you go shopping in the city? -- Did you go to school if your family supported the Patriots? -- Why didn't girls go to school as much as boys? -- Did you goto school if your family supported the Loyalists? -- How did you get news about the war and what was happening in the other colonies? -- Who were the famous Patriots? -- Who were the famous Loyalists? -- What useful things were invented during the war? -- What words and expressions came from life during the American Revolution? -- What ended the war? -- How did life change for the Loyalists after the war? -- How did life change for the Patriots after the war?.
|aDescribes conditions for the civilians in the colonies during and immediately after the war.
|aUS History Revolution 1775-1783|yJuvenile Literature.
|aWhat was Life like before Revolution|yJuvenile Literature.
|aWho were the Loyalists-|yJuvenile Literature.
|aHow could you tell who were Patriots|yJuvenile Literature.
If you lived at the time of the American Revolution--What started the American Revolution?--Did everyone take sides?--Would you have seen a battle? Before 1775, thirteen colonies in America belonged to England. This book tells about the fight to be free and independent.