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SS Vocab

TermDefinition
Boycott Refusal to use an item
Committee of Correspondence A letter writing campaign to spread information throughout the colonies
Effigy A representation of a person hung to scare and intimidation
Grievance compliant
Militia Citizen Soldiers
Minutemen Militia said to be always ready
Parliament Government in England
Patriot Americans who were fighting for freedom
Petition A formal request
Quarter To house or feed soldiers
Repeal To remove
Representation A say in your government. What the colonists wanted
"Shot heard 'round the world" Battle of Lexington and Concord. First battle of the American Revolution.
Smuggle To illegally bring in an item
Sons of Liberty A Patriot group
Stamp Used to indicate that a tax was paid on paper goods
Tar and feather A physical act of putting tar and feathers on an enemy
Tory/Loyalist American who stayed loyal to the King
Tyranny Abusive government
Writ of assistance A document allowing for a search
Created by: 16cdigregorio1