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apprentice to learn a skill from a master crastsmen
naval stores products made from pine trees
independence political or economic freedom
liberty boys group of georgia boys who came together to protest the stamp act
tories/loyalists people who were loyal to great britain during the revolution
patriots people who wanted american independence
the sons of liberty massachusets group who protested British rule of the colonies
minutemen militia who could be ready to fight in a minutes notice
continentals George Washington's army during the revolution
assets strengths
liabilities weaknesses
bayonet knife attachment for a gun
skivered to be gutted from stomach to throat
hessians german soldiers for hire
blockade to block of an area so traffic can't enter or exit
boycott refuse to buy something
repeal to cancel
writ of assistance document that allowed British soldiers to inspect a ship's cargo without giving a reason
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