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Tighter British cont

The road to Revolution

TermDefinition
king George III The British monarch wanted to enforce the Proclamation and to also keep peace with Britain's Native American allies.
Quartering Act A cost saving Measure.
revenue Income.
Sugar act Tax on sugar molasses and other products shipped to the colonies.
Stamp Act All legal and commercial documents to carry an official stamp.
Patrick Henery A member of Virginia's house of burgesses.
boycott A refusal to buy.
Sons of Liberty Lawyers, Merchants, and Craftspeople.
Townshend act Parliament passed his plan.
writs of assistance search warrants
Samuel Adams a leader of the Boston sons of liberty
Boston Massacre this is what the sons of liberty called the shooting
John Adams a lawyer and cousin of Samuel adams
committees of correspondence Samuel Adams called a drive this
Boston tea party liberty organized this they called it the Boston tea party
The militia was a force of armed civilians
Minutemen trained to ready to act at a minutes warning
Intolerable Acts also called Coercive Acts but worse
First continental congress Delegates voted to ban all trade with Britain until the intolerable Acts were repealed.
Paul Revere Boston silver smith
Lexington and concord were the first battles of the revolutionary war
loyalists supported british
patriots sided with rebels
Ethan Allen led band of backwoodsmen
artillery cannon large guns
Second continetial congress they began meeting in phelidelphia
contiental army George Washington and Patrick henry
Benedict Arnold an officer who had played a role in the victory at forge Ticonderoga
Declaration of Independence Is the statement adopted by the second continental congress meeting at the pennsylvania state house.
Thomas Jefferson was also included in the Declaration of Independence.
Created by: GILL17
 

 



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