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French & Indian War


The British left the American colonies alone for awhile to rule themselves. Salutary Neglect
Fighting between England & France for control of North America; England won French & Indian War
The British used the American Colonies for their natural resources Mercantilism
A volunteer fighting force or civilian army Militia
King George III of England said that colonists could not move west of the Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of 1763
The formal name for the war between England and France during this time. Seven Years War
Tax on paper goods such as playing cards and legal documents Stamp Act
Refusal to buy something Boycott
To take back or overturn something Repeal
Taxed sugar and wine to pay for French and Indian War Sugar Act
Gold and silver coins Specie
To import and export goods illegally Smuggling
British tax on tea Tea Act
Colonists agitate British troops in Boston and 5 Colonists are killed Boston Massacre
Sons of Liberty, dressed as Mohawks, dump British Tea in Boston Harbor Boston Tea Party
British punishment for Boston Tea Party. Close Boston harbor and outlaw town gatherings Coercive Acts
Colonial name for Coercive Acts Intolerable Acts
Colonial group that organized protests against the British Sons of Liberty
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