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Causes of the American Revolution

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a group of Georgians that came together to oppose the Stamp Act Liberty Boys
those citizens ready to cut ties with Great Britain Patriots
placed taxes on newspapers, legal documents, licenses, and playing cards Stamp Act
the result of disputes between France and Great Britain that had been going on for almost sixty-five years French & Indian War
A tax on items without a reason No taxation without representation
official break up letter to England written primarily by Thomas Jefferson Declaration of Indepedence
an order issued by King George III that forbade the colonists from moving west of Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of 1763
American Revolution
a protest against the Tea Act of 1773. The Tea Act let the British East India Tea Company bypass tea merchants and sell directly to colonists. Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
Townshend Acts
Loyalist
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