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Amer Rev Ch.8 Set 1

TermDefinition
Parliament Britain’s Law-Making Assembly; group of people that make up laws for public.
Stamp Act A law that placed a tax on printed materials in the colonies, such as legal documents, newspapers, and even playing cards.
Repeal To cancel or take back a rule or law
Sons of Liberty Group organized by Samuel Adams that led protests against new taxes. They began because of the Stamp Act.
Townshend Acts Placed a tariff on imported goods such as paper, wool, tea, and other good imported from Britain
Tariff Another word for tax.
Boycott Refusal to buy goods.
Daughters of Liberty Group of women formed in the colonies that helped boycott.
Boston Massacre Killing of many people that could not defend themselves. This occurred in March 5, 1770.
Committee of Correspondence Members wrote to each other about local events and these letters were delivered by “express riders”.
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