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King George was this and he ruled Britain. Monarch
Britain imposed taxes on the colonists to help pay for this war. French and Indian War
During the French and Indian War, the colonists learned how to fight like these people. Native Americans
A type of government in which the people take part. Democracy
Colonists who were loyal to the British government during the Revolutionary War. Tories or Loyalists
When the colonists spoke out against the British taxes, they did this. Protest
The name given to many of the tax laws. Intolerable Acts
The leader of the the Continental Army. George Washington
Crispus Attucks was killed at this event. Boston Massacre
Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Hancock were members of this group that met in Philadelphia. Continental Congress
Samuel Adams led this event in which the colonists disguised as Mohawk Indians dumped tea in the harbor. Boston Tea Party
The first shots that marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War were fired here. Lexington and Concord
What were 3 main causes of the Revolutionary War? unfair taxation, lack of representation, quartering of British soldiers
Created by: ldacus