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Colonial Unrest

Quiz 16 and 17 review

Alamance The Battle of Alamance was fought between the regulators and the Carolina Militia
Immigrants People who leave their homes to travel to another country
Edmund Fanning an infamous tax collector who was rich and snobby and was whipped for punishment
Back Country A part of North Carolina that was developed by immigrants through draining sewage and plowing fields
Regulators Honest men who stole from the government and destroyed their propperty
Tax Collectors People who gathered money from people to give to the government and sometimes kept some for themselves
Halifax Resolves the first official act by any colony recommending independence from England
Patriots Those who wanted to fight for independence from England
Loyalists Those who were faithful to England
Boycott Refusing to buy something
Boston Tea Party When people from Boston dumped tea into the river
Created by: johnsonk2