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war for independance

TermDefinition
Stamp Act laws that placed tax on all paper goods and documents
Townshend Acts tax on imported goods used by the colonists
Intolerable Acts a series of laws passed to discipline the colonists and punish them for the Boston Tea Party
Olive Branch Petition a peace offering from the Second Continental Congress to King George III. Last straw attempt at peace
Common Sense A pamphlet by Thomas Paine to urge the colonists to support independence
Declaration of Independence a document declaring the colonists independent from Britain. "Break-up letter"
Egalitarianism belief that all people should have equal economic, social, political rights
Treaty of Paris document that officially ended the Revolutionary War.
Created by: beth weir