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CausesOfRevolution

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This protest organized by the Sons of Liberty was a colonist reaction to the Tea Act. Boston Tea Party
Which act required colonists to house British soldiers and provide them with supplies? Quartering Act
Which law prevented colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains? Proclamation of 1763
Which law placed a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products? Sugar Act
Which law required all legal and commercial documents, such as newspapers, diplomas & marriage licenses to carry a stamp showing that a tax had been paid? Stamp Act
What event was used as propaganda against the British, even though John Adams defended the soldiers? Boston Massacre
What law suspended New York's assembly and put a tax on glass, paper, paint, lead and tea? Townshend Act
What law gave the British East India Co. control over the tea trade and put a tax on tea? Tea Act
Which laws were created to punish the people of Massachusetts for the Boston Tea Party? Intolerable Acts
This word means refuse to buy & the colonists often did this as a form of protest. boycott
This was part of the Townshend Act and it allowed the British officials to search for smuggled goods. writs of assistance
Sometimes the colonial protests worked and King George and Parliament would__________________the law. repeal
The colonists formed the ______________________________________to write letters and communicate about events happening in the colonies. committees of correspondence
This group was responsible for the Boston Tea party and other protests against the British. Sons of Liberty
Colonists decided to form militias and prepare to fight after the _______________________were passed. Intolerable Acts
This means being taxed without a voice in the government. Taxation without Representation
What is one reason the British started taxing the colonists? They were in debt after winning the French & Indian War
Created by: LindaScherrer