As We all filled up the large room to watch the the interview you could see that everyone was anxious and excited. It took at least twenty minitues for everyone to setlle down a be quiet. Even then you could feel it in you that this would be a very good thing and maybe even see someone famous. The interviewer stepped out onto the stage and told evryone who was coming in first. The Interviewer has chosen to speak to a oridanry man witch owns a tavern in the outskirt of Boston. What kind of hardships did you go through during the Revolutionary war.
the interviewer said. Well During the period of time during the revolution there were many things that went wrong. In the begginging it didnt seem so bad but as time went by it got worse. Prices for goods went up so whenever you sold something you wouldnt be able to make a profit because the price would go up more. Half the time the Continentals only paid in commisionary chacks witch were only good if they won the war witch at the time seemed scarce. Also during the winter when there would be snow it is hard to make money unless troops are camped by. Even then you lost something.
Your catlle if the men were hungry they would butcher your cows and just take the meat. It was hard back then it was hard! The next person that came up was Mr. George Washington. The Interviewer asked one question and that was all. What were the worst times of the warshe asked.
Well I would have to say during the winter of 1777 and 1778 in Valley Forge. it was hard on the men he said, men without clothes to cover their naked bodys, no blankets, without shoes, and in the begginging there was no huts or cabins to sleep in so the were forced to sleep on the earth or snow. There were no fights but it was still the hardest victory to over come~Living. Mr. Washington proved that valley forge was not a place to rest for the winter but to try to survive. He left without saying a word.
The Final and last interview was with Thomas Jefferson. It was to be based on The Declaration of Independence. Tomas Jefferson a yougn delgate took part in writing the declaration of Independence. He and five other men finished the wirting July 4, 1776, which no is a national holiday called Indepence Day. It made the american states free and independent. It stated that all men were created equal andthat they are endowed by their creator without certain unalienable rights, that among these are lifes, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
The three parts of the Declaration were spit into Basic Rights, British, Wrongs, and An Independent Nation. The most important An Independent Nation. It gave us the name The United States Of America.