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American Revolutiona

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formal agreement between among groups for example the French and the Indians Alliance
Lawmaking branch of British Government Parliament
Said that all lands west of the Appalachian Mts. belonged to Native American Proclamation Line of 1763
No one was speaking or acting for the Colonist in British Parliament Taxation without Representation
Refusal to buy british goods boycott
a Boston Silversmith who is known for telling the colonist that the British were coming at Lexington and Concord Paul Revere
Ready to fight in a minute's notice minutemen
Commander in Chief of the Continental Army George Washington
First major battle of the Revolutionary War Battle of Bunker Hill
Colonist who supported independence Patriots
People who remained loyal to the King Loyalist
People who did not choose side in the war neutralist
First battle of the American Revolution Lexington and Concord
Battle between Franc & N.A. versus Britain over Ohio River Valley French and Indian War
Sons of Liberty dressed as Mohawk Ind. and dumped tea in Boston Harbor Boston Tea Party
Colonist shouted at the Brit. Soldiers and threw snowballs. Boston Massacre
Document that was given to the King to declare our independence Declaration of Independence
United States Plan of Government U.S. Constitution
Who are Delegates from each state except for Rhode Island who attended the Constitutional Convention to discuss the New Nation and it's government Founding Fathers
Plan of Government that was not successful for the United States Articles of Confederation
Created by: rdefevers