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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?
Chapter 8 The Road to War.
Chapter 8 The Road to War. Britain Taxes the Colonies Britain decides to tax the new colonies – Britain needs __________ to help pay for defending the.
Chapter 8 The American Revolution. What do people believe is worth fighting for? Friction between Britain and the colonist developed as Britain imposed.
Men Women and African Americans TaxesBattlesEvents Start slideshow to start game.
People Places/ Miscellaneous Events Miscellaneous.
CAUSE & EFFECT ACTSWARSTERMS FAMOUS PEOPLE RANDOM
CH 4 Section 1 Colonial Times. The Stamp Act (1765) The colonists declared that Parliament could not tax them because they were not represented in Parliament.
Chapter 1, Section 4 What is one word to summarize the Enlightenment? REASON! Quick Write: Review.
Jeopardy Game for The Revolutionary War $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300.
Based on the slides, describe the and answer the terms and questions below. Define & Answer The Tea Act The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts The First.
Focus: Map of Lexington & Concord 1.What were the British forced to do after Concord? 2.What might the British action indicate about the colonists’ chances.
Revolutionary War Click the picture to the right to listen to a song about the entire Revolutionary War!
The Road to Revolution Tighter British Control Colonial Resistance Grows The Road to Lexington & Concord Declaring Independence.
Tighter British Control British Parliament imposes new laws and restrictions Proclamation of 1763 prohibits settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Causes of the Revolution
Placed a tax on printed materials in the colonies – newspapers, wills pamphlets, playing cards The Stamp Act Allowed the British East India Company to.
The French and Indian War This was a war between England and the French over the control of North America. This war is fought over the course of seven.
The Road to Lexington and Concord Chapter 6 Section 3
Lesson 2 Colonists Speak Out
A Call To Arms. A Meeting in Philadelphia Sept delegates meet in Philadelphia Called the Continental Congress Key Members: John Adams,
Tighter British Control By: Jason O’Connor And Company.
American Revolution. The French and Indian War This war was fought over land and control over that land. This war was fought for a number of years. The.
P. 154/ Wbk. 19. Chapter 6 Section 3 Road to Lexington & Concord P. 19/ P. 154 A.Sequencing Events As you read this section, answer the questions about.
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From Protest to Rebellion
The French and Indian War
Chapter 8 Review Pages The French and Indian War was fought in North America between what two countries?
Review for Chapter 4, Section 1 Quiz
Trouble in the Colonies Chapter 2, Section 3 Pages
The Revolutionary War. Write a sentence with the following words: 1. George Washington2. Treaty of Paris 3. Tyranny4. Treason 5. Boycott6. Revolution.
Causes of the American Revolution 2. - Clash between colonists & British soldiers in Boston - British troops fired on crowd and five colonist died.
Study! Review Notes for Section 1&2 Quiz American Revolution Video.
The Road to the Revolution
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$100 $300 $500 $200 $100 $500 $300 $500 $100 $500 $200 $400 $100 $400 $200 $500 $100 $400 $200 $300 $200 $400 Vocabulary Terms Causes to the American.
* Indians lived west of mountains. * colonists had no protection if they lived there Step 1: Proclamation of 1763 Graphic Here.
Objectives Identify the causes of the Boston Tea Party. Explain how the colonists protested the Intolerable Acts. Describe the events of April 19, 1775,
The Road to the American Revolution
Objectives Identify the causes of the Boston Tea Party.
The Revolutionary War.
Chapter 4 Sections 1 and 2 Causes of the American Revolution and the Beginning of the American Revolution.
To withdraw or cancel. Repeal. Patriot and president of the Continental Congress from John Hancock.
People Acts And Events Places Vocabulary Misc 500.
Starter Read the statement below and agree or disagree and explain why. In a democracy, individuals and groups have the right to use any means to protest.
Ch. 4 The War For Independence
Chapter 7, Lesson 3 ACOS #5b: Identify reasons for the French and Indian War. ACOS #5c: Describe the impact of the French and Indian War on the settlement.
Road to Revolution 1 st 9 weeks Quartering Act A law passed that required the colonists to house and supply British soldiers.
The American Revolution Chapter 9 Lesson 1 Moving Toward Independence.
The Colonists Rebel Site of the Boston Massacre: A circle of cobblestones marks the site of the Boston massacre. In the background stands the Old State.
On the Road to Revolution. After repealing the Stamp Act, Parliament had to raise revenue Quartering Act not working New York refused to pay to house.
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