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Social Studies

TermDefinition
Samuel Adams organizer of many radical protest activities
Boston the town responsible for many radical activities
PATRICK HENRY radical leader who said, "Give me liberty or give me death"
boycott because of British taxes, the colonists would oftoen British goods
taxation without representation
parliament the colonist wanted to be represented where
sons of liberty this was a very radical colonial organoization
boston harbor tea was dumped here in 1773
John Adam he was a lawyer and conservation cousin of #one
charlestown largest port city in the southern colonies
Benjamin Franklin he was conservation leader who spent many years over seas
french and Indian war a war between England and france over the Ohio valley area
stamp act this law put a tax on every peice of paper
intolerable Act laws pasted to punish Bostonians for the tea party
minutemen volenteer colonist who trained regularly for any British attacks
the shot heard around the world FRIST SHOT OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR FIRED OUTSIDE OF BOSTON
lexington town concored where colonist and British had there first small battle
boston massacre ended with 5 colonist died
england home of king George the third
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