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Revere & Douglas

Famous Americans

TermDefinition
Loyalist Someone who is loyal to their government or king and wants laws to stay the same.
Patriot Someone that stands for something they believe is right, even if their belief is different from their government or king.
Boycott To refuse to buy or sell something.
Silversmith Someone who makes items from silver.
Tax Extra money added to items or property by the government.
Revolutionary War A war between the Britain nd England against unfair taxes coming from British government, English conolonists wanted independence.
Abolistionist Someone who wanted slavery to end.
Civil Rights Rights and freedoms that everyone should have regardless of race or gender.
Justice Fair treatment under the law.
Slavery Forcing someone to work and perform unfair tasks.
Underground Railroad A series of secret houses used for slaves to escape.
Created by: kwood001