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Turmoil over taxatio

Turmoil Over Taxation Terms Quiz 2

TermDefinition
Quartering Act law which stated colonists had to provide housing, bedding and beverages to soldiers stationed in the colonies
Griffin’s Wharf Place where colonists protested by destroying cargo
British East India Company a business deep in financial debt after colonists began boycotting tea
Tea Act law removing colonial merchants from particular British goods
Boston Tea Party a protest of British policy by colonists who destroyed a ship’s cargo
Intolerable Acts passed by Parliament as punishment for the Boston Tea Party
First Continental Congress Meeting in Philadelphia by delegates to discuss events in Boston and decided to boycott British goods
Militia Army of citizens who serve as soldiers during an emergency
Lexington & Concord First battles of the American Revolution
Minutemen militia volunteers who were to be ready to fight if called upon
Created by: irvinebr