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King George III the British monarch, wanted to enforce the proclamation and also keep peace with Britain's Native American allies.
Quartering Act This was a cost-saving measure that required the colonies to quarter, or house, British soldiers and provide them with supplies.
revenue income
Sugar Act This law placed a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products shipped to the colonies.
Stamp Act required all legal and commercial documents to have an oficial stamp as a tax
Patrick Henry a member of Virginia's House of Burgesses, called for resistance to the tax.
boycott is a refusal to buy.
Sons of Liberty
Crispus Attucks
Townshend Acts Acts suspended New York's assembly until New Yorkers agreed to provide housing for the troops.
writs of assistance search warrants, to enter homes or businesses to search for smuggled goods.
Samuel Adams a leader of the Boston Sons of Liberty.
Boston Massacre was a fight between Attuks and 4 laborers
John Adams
committee of correspondence
Boston Tea Party demonstration against the Tea Act
Minuteman trained to be "ready to act at a minute's warning.
Intolerable Acts were actually the Coercive Acts which were laws to punish Massachutsetts and serve as a warning to other colonies
First Continental Congress delegates voted to ban all trade with Britian
Lexington and Concord were the first battles of the Revolutionary War.
Loyalist Those who supported the British
Patriot Those who sided with the rebels
paul revere a Boston silversmith, and a second messenger, William Dawes, were charged with spreading the news about British troop movements.
Artillery cannon and large guns.
Second Continental Congress
Continental Army
Benedict Arnold
Declaration of Independence 1776 proclaimed independence from Great Britain
Thomas Jefferson
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