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STAAR Chapter 6

US History

Who was King George the III? The king of Great Britain.
Explain the Sugar Act. What was its Colonial response? A tax placed on sugar and molasses/They had no right to tax the colonies.
Explain the Stamp Act. What was its colonial response? A taxed paper that any official document had to be written on.
Who was Patrick Henry? Quote his famous speech. Member of the Virginian House of representatives."If this be treason, make most of it."
Why were Lexington and Concord important? They were the first battles of the Revolutionary war.
What did Loyalists believe in? To remain loyal to Great Britain.
What do the Patriots believe in? To rebel from Britain.
What was the significance of the Battle of Bunker Hill? It showed how Militia Men could hold against a powerful army.
Who was Thomas Paine? What did he write? What was the significance of his writing? The author of "Common Sense". Persuaded them to rebel from Britain.
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