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Who revived the Boston committee of correspondence in 1772 Samuel Adams
What British law forbade the colonists from settling in British territory on the west side of Appalachian mountains The proclamation of 1763
What war left Great Britain with a huge public debt The French and Indian war
What did King George the III decide to do as a new source of revenue to aid the debt Taxed the colonists
What did the stamp act do Placed a tax on almost all printed material in the colonies
Who said, "if this be treason, make the most of it! Patrick Henry
What did the sugar act do Lowered the tax on molasses imported by the colonists
Who is responsible for starting the sons of liberty Samuel adams
What does boycott mean Refusal to buy goods
Describe the declaratory act The declaratory act stated that parliament had the right to tax and make decisions for the British colonies
What did the Townshend act tax Imported goods
What did the daughters of Liberty do They urged Americans to wear homemade fabrics
What was the date of the Boston massacre March 5, 1770
What caused the Boston massacre to happen Bostonians surrounded a British soldier and other soldiers came to the rescue
What piece of propaganda done by Paul revere was used to spread the news about the Boston massacre An engraving called the bloody massacre
What was the original purpose of the Tea Act of 1773 To encourage the colonists to buy tea from the British
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