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Unit 4 Vocab

Independence and Revolution Vocabulary

TermDefinition
resolution formal statement or opinion of policy
preamble introduction to a declaration, constitution, or other official document
grievances formal complaints
alliance agreement between nations or groups to aid and support one another
cavalry units of troops on horseback
continentals paper money printed during the American Revolution, also a term the British used to refer to the people living in the American colonies
privateers armed civilian ships that had the government's permission to attack enemy ships and keep the goods seized.
guerillas fighters who work as part of a small band to make hit-and-run attacks
traitor person who betrays his or her country or cause and helps the other side
confine to keep within certain limits, shut in, contain
Created by: MsWoosley