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Laws calling for a tax on imported goods
What are the Townshend Acts?
Led the colonist in the Battle of Bunker Hill
Who was William Prescott?
Law that placed a tax on printed material in the colonies
What is the Stamp Act?
What is repeal
Important revolutionary battle that took place on Breed’s Hill
What is the Battle of Bunker Hill?
Law that allowed only one company to sell tea to the colonist
What is the Tea Act?
New laws dictated by Britain to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party
What are the Intolerable Acts?
Group that led protests against the new Stamp Act tax
What is the Sons of Liberty?
A volunteer army
What is a militia
Britain’s law making assembly
What is Parliament?
Militia groups who could be ready to fight for their colony at only a minute’s notice
What are minutemen?
A war Americans fought for independence
What is the American Revolution?
When colonists dumped tea into Boston harbor to protest the Tea Act
What is the Boston Tea Party?
The first person to speak out against the Stamp Act
Who was Patrick Henry?
Organized the Sons of Liberty
Who was Samuel Adams?
Made tea and wove cloth to support the boycott of British goods
Who were the Daughters of Liberty?
Shared news among the colonies
What was a Committee of Correspondence?
Showed that the colonist strongly protested the tea tax
What was the Boston Tea Party?
Caused by the Boston Tea Party?
What were the Intolerable Acts?
A colonist opposed to British rule
What is a Patriot?
Lead men in battle for the relief of Boston
Who was George Washington?
This Patriot warned the colonist of the British attack
Who was Paul Revere?
First battle that led to the American Revolution
What is the Battle of Lexington?
Which battle began with “the shot heard around the world”
What is the Battle of Lexington?
This brief battle forced the British to retreat to Boston
What is the Battle of Concord?
The French and Indian War
Tighter British Control By: Jason O’Connor And Company.
The Road to the Revolution
The Road to Lexington and Concord Chapter 6 Section 3
Tighter British Control British Parliament imposes new laws and restrictions Proclamation of 1763 prohibits settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Objectives Identify the causes of the Boston Tea Party.
Causes of the Revolution
Lesson 2 Colonists Speak Out
To withdraw or cancel. Repeal. Patriot and president of the Continental Congress from John Hancock.
Ch. 4 The War For Independence
Chapter 8 The Road to War.
Study! Review Notes for Section 1&2 Quiz American Revolution Video.
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Chapter 1, Section 4 What is one word to summarize the Enlightenment? REASON! Quick Write: Review.
Review for Chapter 4, Section 1 Quiz
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The Revolutionary War.
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