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American Revoluion

facts, battles, people

QuestionAnswer
Why the British established the Proclamation of 1763? avoid conflicts with Native Americans
refuse to purchase goods boycott
favored only the economic interests of Great Britain mercantlism
main goal of the Stamp/Navigation/Townshend/Intolerable Acts was to enable England to raise revenue/money
Taxes and acts let to this war American Revolution
document that stated grievances committed by England, gave citizens life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness Declaration of Independece
Helped the Americans defeat the British at Yorktown France
First battle of the American Revolution Lexington and Concord
the scene of hardship for the Patriots in the winter of 1777&1778 Valley Forge
sided with the King, supported British troops Loyalist
fought for independence, joined militias Patriot
Author of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
Amendment stated: freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition 1st
the US first plan of government Articles of Confederation
The system used to elect the president of the United States Electoral college
process of changing the Constitution amendment
2nd Amendment give people the right to this bear arms
most similar to NYS Assembly; 2 representatives from each state House of Representatives
the Constitution established this type of governement democracy
Created by: hughessocial
 

 



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