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Ch 5 The American Revolution
debt To owe money
congress A formal meeting
repeal To cancel
effigy A life size puppet
boycotts When people act together and refuse to use or buy something
tariff A tax
massacre When many people are killed
quarter When colonists had to give food or shelter to British troops
martial law To be controlled by the military and not your own people
Patriots People who strongly opposed the British
Loyalists People who were loyal to the British
neutral People who were not picking a side
militia A volunteer army
Continental Army An army of paid soldiers led by George Washington
petition A written request for rights or benefits
independence Freedom from rule by others
rights Freedoms that cannot be taken away
treason A crime of fighting against a person’s home country
Mercenaries Soldiers who are paid to fight for another country
retreat To move away from the enemy
morale Spirits or mood
enlisted To sign up for armed services for only a short time
alliance A formal agreement of friendship between countries
strategy A plan
peninsula Land surrounde d by water on 3 sides
negotiate To reach an agreement
Treaty of Paris This officially ended the Revolutionary War for American Independence
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