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Chapter 9 Study Cards for Social Studies 5th Grade

repeal cancel
duty tax on imported goods
boycott refuse to buy as a form of protest
French/Indian War- who fought? French, Indians, and British
What were they fighting over? Ohio Territory
Why was the Ohio Territory so important? Good land and good fur trading
French/Indian War-who won? British
George Washington helped build Fort Necessity
King George III ruler of England and the 13 colonies
proclamation official announcement
congress meeting of representatives
allies friends for a specific purpose
Treaty of Paris ended the war and changed boundaries
Taxation without Representation this is why the colonists were mad
Stamp Act taxed paper, newspapers, deeds and wills, playing cards
Townshend Act taxed paper, paint, tea, lead,and glass
Parliament British law making body
Sons of Liberty group of men that were organizing against the British
Daughters of Liberty group of women that were organized against the British
Ben Franklin great American inventor
Patrick Henry "Give me liberty or give me death."
Pontiac Native American chief that organized against the British
Created by: bwilliams