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american history 1unit3 vocad

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boston massacre the first bloodshed of the american revolution as british guards at the boston custom house opened fire on a crown killing five americans
boston tea party demonstration by citezen of boston who raided three british ships in boston harbor and dumped hundreds of chests of tea into the harbor
coercive acts also called the intolerable acts and were laws passedn to punish the colonist for the boston tea party
sons of liberty the sons leaders were samuel adams and paul revere and they were a radical political that incited riots and burned the cutoms house where the stamped british paper was kept
loyalist american colonist who remained loyal to britain and opposed the war for independence
patriot those who supported the war against the british
first continental congress delegates from 12 colonies excep giorgia sent representatives to philadelphia to discuss a response to the intolrrable act
second continental congress
Created by: alexvillatoro