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Chapter 6 vocab

Flash cards for chapter 6 vocab.

TermDefinition
Second Continental Congress The colonies' congress
Continental Army The colonists' army
George Washington Commander in chief of the continental army
Battle of Bunker Hill A short but very bloody battle.
Impose Force
Independence Being free from outside control and not depending on another's authority
Policies A principle of action adopted or proposed by a government, party, business, or individual
Olive Branch Petition A petition to King George asking for peace
Thomas Paine The writer of Common Sense
Common Sense A fiery pamphlet written by Thomas Paine.
Declaration of Independence A statement mostly written by Thomas Jefferson declaring the freedom of the thirteen colonies from Britain
Thomas Jefferson The youngest member of the committee
Natural Rights Rights that people naturally have under law
Fundamental Rights Rights that state everyone should be treated equal
Independence Day The day American's won their freedom
Created by: Abbyb531