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american revolution chapter 8

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Boycott an organization campaign in which people refuse to have any dealings with a particular group or business
Declaration of Independence the document that stated the reason for the desires of American colonies to be independent of British control
Hessian A German soldier hired to fight for the British in the Revolutionary War
Loyalist A colonist who was a supporter of Great Britain and King George III
Mercenary A person hired to be a soldier
Minuteman A member of a militia of citizens who claim to be ready to fight in one minutes notice
Patriot A person who supported the American cause for independence from Britain.
Privateer A privately owned armed ship having a governments permission to attack any enemy ships
Proclamation An official announcement
Revolution A sudden complete change
Surveyor A person who determines the location, form, and boundaries of a tract of land.
Created by: JackRuiter