American Revolution Timeline

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A) I knew that my sites were reliable because it was not on Wikipedia or any unreliable sources I know. Also, the information seems accurate from what I learned in class. 

B) I chose visme because it is easy to use and access. It also has lots of cool backgrounds and designs you can add to use to make your timeline stand out more. I did not add a background because I thought that if I left my background blank, the information and photos will stand out more. 

C)  I am satisfied by the result of my design because the information fit and pictures are evenly spread out and there are enough pictures to make my timeline colourful.  

D) I would add more information and make my timeline longer and more colourful to go above and beyond expectations.