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CH 6 vocab AM

ch 6 vocab AM

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British Monarch, wanted to enforce the proclaimation and keep peace with Britains Native Americans King George 111
this was the cost saving meausure that was required to the colonies to quarter the british soliders to pay for their supplies Quartering act
a income, or to meet expenses that Britain used revenue
A law that placed a tax o Sugar,molasses and other products shipped to the coloinies Sugar act
a law that required all legal and commercial documents to carry an official stamp showing that a tax has been paid Stamp act
a member of the virginias house of burgesses called for resistence to the tax Patrick Henry
the refusal to buy something boycott
were lawyers merchants and crafstpeople who these groupes staged prortests on the Stamp Act Sons of Liberty
Knew about the struggle of freedom, attucks escaped and spent the next 20 years as a sailor Crispus Attucks
a parliament passed in 1767 that suspended new yorks assembley until New yorkers agreed to provide housing for troops Townshend Acts
also known as search warrants to enter homes or buisnesses to search for smuggled goods writs of assistance
a leader of the sons of liberty, urged colonists to keep resisting British controls Samuel Adams
a fight broke out among the british and Boston and they started firing Boston Massacre
a lawyer that defended the red coats, and thought it was self defense, and British were not guilty John Adams
when Samuel Adams wanted to make sure that people didnt forget the cause of liberty he went telling all the towns commitee of corespondence
protested against the Tea Act so on December 16,1773 many colonist dumped tea into the sea Boston Tea Party
a force of armed civilians militia
trained to be ready to act at a minutes warning Minuteman
a series of laws passed to punish the colonies and to serve as a warning Intolerable Acts
delagates voted to ban all trade with Britain until the Intolerable acts were repealed First Continental Congress
a boston silversmith that was in charge to spread the news about british troop movement Paul Revere
were the first battles of the Revolutionary war Lexington and Concord
those who supported Britain Loyalists
those who sided with the rebels Patriots
led the Green Mts. Boys to gather supplies Ethan Allen
canjnon or large guns(supply of weapons) artilllery
group of delagates that agreed in May 1775 to approve the Declaration of Independence Secondary Continental Congress
a colonial force authorized by the Secondary Continental Congress IN 1775 Continental Army
a officer who took role in the victory of Fort Ticonderoga Benidict Arnold
a draft created to give all the colonies Independence that was signed by many Declaration of Independence
wrote the Declaration of Independence, who also had a passion to invent things Thomas Jefferson
Created by: M0304798 on 2011-10-17



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