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SS Vocab

Quartering Act Required the colonist to house and provide British solders with supplies
King George III The British King
Revenue Income/Money/Expenses
Sugar Act Placed a tax on sugar and molasses
Stamp Act Required all documents to have tax paid on them
Patrick Henry A member of House of Burgesses
Boycott To refuse to buy something
Sons Of Liberty This group protested against the act
6.2 Vocab
Townsend Act Imposed Taxes on glass,lead,paper,and tea
Writs Of Assistance Allowed them to search boats for smuggled goods
Samuel Adams Was one of the Founding Fathers
Boston Massacre When British Solders shot and killed people while under attack
John Adams Was the 2nd President and first Vice President
Committee Of Corespondents Rallied colonial opposition against British policy
Boston Tea Party Was a protest by the Sons Of Liberty
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