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U.S. History Chapter 4 study aid: The War for Independence Click once to see the question, then click again to see the answer
American colonist who supported the war for independence
PATRIOT American colonist who supported the war for independence
general search warrants that enabled customs officers to enter any location to look for evidence of smuggling
WRITS OF ASSISTANCE general search warrants that enabled customs officers to enter any location to look for evidence of smuggling
the loss of value of money
INFLATION the loss of value of money
unit of men trained to stand ready at a minutes notice in order to fight
MINUTEMEN unit of men trained to stand ready at a minutes notice in order to fight
voluntary freeing of enslaved persons
MANUMISSION voluntary freeing of enslaved persons
kind of fighting where combatants use ambushes and hide amongst trees and walls
GUERRILLA WARFARE kind of fighting where combatants use ambushes and hide amongst trees and walls
American colonist who backed Britain
LOYALIST American colonist who backed Britain
committee formed to unify and communicate with the other colonies
COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE committee formed to unify and communicate with the other colonies
freedom from enslavement
EMANCIPATION freedom from enslavement
licenses of private ship owners authorizing them to attack foreign ships
LETTERS OF MARQUE licenses of private ship owners authorizing them to attack foreign ships
taxes on imports & exports
Customs duty taxes on imports & exports
form of government where power resides with a body of citizens entitled to vote, and electing representatives
REPUBLIC form of government where power resides with a body of citizens entitled to vote, and electing representatives
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