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chapter 6 vocab im

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King George 3 british monarch
Quartering act required colonies to house/provide supplies for soldiers
revenue income
sugar act tax on sugar mollases etc
stamp act required all documents to carry stamlp
patrick henry member of house of burgesses
boycott refusal to buy
sons of liberty colonists effected by stamp act
crispus attucks killed in boston massacre
townshend acts raised revenue
writs of assistance search warrants
samuel adams leader of boston sons of liberty
boston massacre shooting between british and boston
john adams layer and cousin of samuel adams
commitees of correspondance exchanged letters on colonial affarirs
boston tea party refusal of tea act
militia force of armed civilians
minutemen soldiers
intolerable acts laws to punish massachusets
1 continental congress meeting of delegates
paul revere boston silversmith
lexington and concord 1 battle of revoulutionary waer
loyalists suppoted british
patriots sided with rebels
ethan allen led green mt boys
artillery cannon and large guns
2 continental congress delegate meeting
continental army formed in 2 continental congress
benidict arnold officer at fort ticonderoga
declaration of independence declared america independent
thomas jefferson composed declaration of independence
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