From 1765 to 1791, the American Revolution resounded in the heart of a nascent nation. Wearied by distant governance, colonists kindled resistance against British oppression. Acts like the Stamp Act and Tea Act ignited defiance, thrusting commoners into the ranks of fervent revolutionaries. The Declaration of Independence, penned with passion, crystallized the aspirations of people craving self-rule and freedom. As battles blazed from Lexington to Yorktown, colonists stood resolute, guided by figures like Washington and Franklin. Amidst conflict's haze, the Constitution emerged as a blueprint for a new government—a republic, empowering the people. The Revolutionary War birthed a nation, woven with sacrifice, resolve, and an unwavering pursuit of liberty.