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American revolution

Who fought in the french and Indian war and what was the effect of it. The war was between the french and British. The effect was the British being dept after the war.
What is the meaning of NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION It means that the British were taxing without them having a say in the taxes.
How did the Boston Massacre happen The Boston Massacre happened because the colonist's were unhappy with taxes put on them
Who was in charge of the Boston tea party ,How did this event hurt the British, and what laws were created as a result The sons of liberty and Samuel Adams,the event hurt the British because they lost tons of money while the was getting into the water, The laws created were the intolerable acts
What is quartering Quartering is where colonist' s had to let British soldiers stay at there house
What was the battle of Lexington and concord also called it was called the shot heard around the world.
when was the battle of Trenton fought and who were the hessians the battle was fought December 26, 1776 the hessians were German soldiers who served as auxiliaries to the British Army
what was the turning point of the battle of saratoga The turning point was when the British and hessians surrendered
where was the battle of Yorktown and which battle was it The battle was fought in Virginia and was the last battle
what is the definition of Boycott To refuse to do business or have contact with a person.
what is the definition of repeal To Cancel out.
what is the definition of delegate A member of a elected assemble
what is the definition of proclamation An official announcement
what is the definition of protest Speak out/ be against something. To object against an idea.
what is the definition of isolate To be placed apart from a group.
what is the definition of dispute Conflict
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