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Chapter 8 Soc.

Townshend Acts laws calling for a tax on imported goods
tariff a tax on imported goods
Stamp Act law that placed a tax on printed materials in the colonies
repeal to cancel
Patriot a colonist who opposed British rule
Battle of Bunker Hill important revolutionary battle that took place on Breed's Hill
Tea Act law that allowed only one company to sell tea to the colonists
Intolerable Acts new laws dictated by Britian to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party
Sons of Liberty group that led protests against the new Stamp Act tax
militia a volunteer army
Parliament Britain's law-making assemble
minutemen militia groups who could be ready to fight for their colony at only a minute's notice
American Revolution a war Americans fought for independence
Boston Tea Party when colonists dumped tea into Boston Harbor to protest the Tea Act
Daughters of Liberty supported boycott by making tea out of herbs and weaving cloth
William Prescott led colonist in Battle of Bunker Hill
Paul Revere patriot that warned the people of the British attack
Patrick Henry one of the first to speak out against the Stamp Act
Samuel Adams organized the Sons of Liberty
Created by: rennerctk