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Writs of assistance allowed British custom officers to search homes for smuggled goods
Act that gave the East India Company an advantage over colonial merchants Tea Act
Act that lowered the taxes on molasses Sugar Act
Prohibited colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of 1763
Law that banned town meetings in New England Intolerable/Coercive Acts
Act that taxed colonists without their consent Stamp Act
Townshend Acts Act that taxed goods being imported to the colonies
Act that stated Parliament had the right to tax colonists Declaratory Acts
Number of citizens killed in the Boston "Massacre" Five
The colonists called the Coercive Acts because Because they were unbearable and painful.
1) banned town meetings 2) closed Boston Harbor 3) Made the colonists house soldiers were all part of what Act? The Coercive/Intolerable Acts
the boycott of goods or the Boston Massacre helped repeal what Act? Townshend Acts
An organization that spread political ideas and information through the colonies was called the Committee of Correspondence
The Boston Massacre is an example of propaganda
Three number of laws found in the Coercive/Intolerable Acts
What did the Colonists call the Boston soldiers? redcoats
Law that created a government for Canada and extended its territory south all the way to the Ohio River Quebec Act
King of England during the American Revolution King George III
George Grenville England's Prime Minister who tried to stop the smuggling.
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