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America Revolution

Causes of the American Revolution

A group located in Georgia that opposed the Stamp Act Liberty Boys
One who has love and respect for their country Patriots
Required stamps to be purchased and placed on newspapers, almanacs, etc. Stamp Act
Struggle between the British and the French. Colonists fought for Britsih and Native Americans fought for French French & Indian War
A tax on items without a reason No Taxation Without Representation
Official "break-up letter" to England Declaration of Independence
An order issued by King George III that forbade the colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of 1763
The revolution of independence in America American Revolution
Protest against the Tea Act of 1773 Boston Tea Party
Laws that were really punishments that King George III put on the colonies Intolerable Acts
Taxes on glass,lead,paint,paper, & tea Townshend Acts
Colonists who are loyal to the king Loyalist
Economic theory that bases nations wealth on the amount of gold and bullion in its treasury Mercantilism
Created by: rexmill