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Social S. Ch 9

A person who wanted to stay a British citizen was a loyalist
The daughters of Liberty decided to ______ or not buy British tea boycott
A person who wanted to break from Britain was called a patriot
A colonist who turned against England was called a _______ by the king traitor
England made colonist angry when it enforced the stamp act of 1765
The first battle of the American revolution was at Lexington
The ___________________ explained why colonist wanted freedom Declaration of Independence
The fist _____________ sent pentition in king george continental congress
Members of the second continental congress olive branch petition
Why did some colonist worry about independence because they thought it would mean the loss of British trade
What is the main purpose of a political cartoon to show newsworthy opinions
Political cartoons usually first appear in newpapers
Something that stands for something else is a symbol
Kow hot to read a political cartoon
Created by: victoriag