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Road to War Review

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Tax on all paper/printed materials. The tax was payed through the purchase of a stamp that had to be affixed to each taxable item as proof of payment Stamp Act
required colonists to house British soldiers and supply them with food. Quartering Act
required colonists to purchase tea from only the East India Company (owned by the British)- colonists reacted with the Boston Tea Party Tea Act
Also known as the Coercive Acts, this series of laws was designed to punish the colonists after the Boston Tea Party. Intolerable Acts
group of colonists who’s main goal was to protest British policies and taxes (protested in the streets, tarred and feathered tax collectors, met at the Liberty Tree) Sons of Liberty
Method of Protest: The practice of applying hot tar and a coating of feathers to one's opponents for the purpose of humiliating them Tarring and Feathering
Method of Protest: a formal written request, typically one signed by many people, appealing to authority with respect to a particular cause. Petitions
Method of Protest: Refusal to buy goods- lowered profits for the British (they lost money because colonists were not buying their goods aka: negative economic impact) Boycotts
a vast network of communication throughout the Thirteen Colonies between Patriot leaders- letter between them kept colonies informed of what was happening in Boston Committees of Correspondence
protest where colonists threw crates of British tea into Boston harbor, colonists were protesting the Tea Act Boston Tea Party
Anti-British slogan used by colonists because they thought it was unfair for Great Britain to create laws/taxes when there was no colonial representation in British Parliament No Taxation Without Representation!
colonist who supported British rule (wanted to remain loyal to Great Britain) Loyalists
colonists who were against British rule and wanted colonial independence Patriots
information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. Propagnada
Propaganda created by Ben Franklin that used the symbol of a rattle snake and threatening language to promote unity Join or Die Political Cartoon
Paul Revere created a piece of propaganda that used exaggeration, powerful imagery, words, and inaccurate information to influence colonists' opinions about the B____________________ M ___________________ Boston Massacre
This war was fought for control over the Ohio River Valley territory French & Indian War
Colonists had no representation in the British legislature which was and still is known as _________________ Parliament
These individuals were targets of the Sons of Liberty Tax Collectors and Government Officials
Future American President who was an officer in the British Army during the French & Indian War George Washington
List the 4 parts of the Intolerable Acts 1. Boston Harbor Shutdown 2. Town Meetings outlawed 3. Colonists had to pay for damages from Boston Tea Party 4. Quartering Act was renewed
Delegates met from 12 out of 13 colonies in Philadelphia to discuss the unfair policies and taxes by the British. In the end the delegates agreed to boycott all British goods and form militias. First Continental Congress
Mr. Baulch's Middle Name Squidward
True or False: Mr. Baulch has never had a Pop-Tart True
True or False: Mr. Baulch has had 2 separate close encounters with venomous snakes True
True or False: Mr. Baulch has 11 toes Maybe
What sport does Mr. Baulch coach in the Spring? Girls Tennis
March 25, 1774: As part of the punishment for the Boston Tea Party, Parliaments shuts down Boston Harbor. Exactly 241 years later, on March 25, 2015, another shocking event occurred in American history. What was it? Zayn Malik left One Direction
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