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chapter 9 socials

social studies test flash cards

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LEXINGTON A city that had the 1st battle of the Revolutionary war
PATRIOT Colonists who supported Independence from Britain
TRAITOR A person who turns against their country
LOYALIST Colonists who support Britain
BOYCOTT Refuse to do business or buy something
COMMITTEES OF CORESPONDANCE Groups who wrote to each other to keep the colonist informed of events
TREATY OF PARIS A treaty that gave Britain all of Frances land in the Ohio River Valley and Canada
STAMP ACT Forced colonist to pay taxes on newspapers,pamphlets,and signed legal documents
TOWNSHEND ACT Laws that taxed tea,glass,lead,paint,and paper goods from Britain
PROCLAMATION OF 1763 Agreement to avoid a long and costly war with Native Americans
WHAT DID THE FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS DECIDE TO DO? Sent a petition to King George the 3rd
WHAT DID MEMBERS OF THE SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS SEND? The Olive Branch Petition
WHAT DID SOME COLONISTS WORRY THAT INDEPENDENCE WOULD MEAN? They worried that we would lose trading with Britain
WHAT DID THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE EXPLAIN? We wanted to be free of Britain
WHAT TWO GROUPS FOUGHT AGAINST EACH OTHER IN THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR? Great Britain vs French and Indies
HOW DID NORTH AMERICA CHANGE AS A RESULT OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR? The land was equally divided between Spain and England