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COLONIST WHO SUPPORTED INDEPENDENCE
DECLARES LOYALTY TO KING GEORGE AND ASKED THAT HE REPEAL THE INTOLERABLE ACTS
OLIVE BRANCH PETITION
DOCUMENT STATING THAT COLONIES WERE A FREE AND INDEPENDENT NATION.
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
COLONIST WHO WANTED TO REMAIN WITH BRITAIN
BOOK WRITTEN BY THOMAS PAINE THAT ASKED COLONISTS TO SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE FROM BRITAIN
PAMPHLET WRITTEN BY THOMAS PAINE ASKING COLONISTS TO SUPPORT THE SOLDIERS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. THEY NEEDED SUPPLIES AND HELP.
GROUP OF COLONISTS WHO WROTE LETTERS AND PAMPHLETS REPORTING BRITISH ACTIONS IN BOSTON
Committees of Correspondence
COLONISTS PROMISED TO STOP IMPORTING GOODS THAT WERE TAXED BY THE TOWNSHEND ACTS
SHOOTING OF FIVE COLONISTS BY BRITISH SOLDIERS
ACT THAT PLACED NEW DUTIES ON LEGAL DOCUMENTS (WILLS, MARRIAGE PAPERS, ETC.)
DREW AN IMAGINARY LINE ALONG THE CREST OF THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS. COLONIAL SETTLEMENT WAS PROHIBITED WEST OF THIS LINE
Proclamation of 1763
PATRIOT SOLDIER READY AT A MOMENTS NOTICE
REFUSE TO BUY CERTAIN GOODS OR SERVICES
GERMAN MERCENARIES BROUGHT OVER TO THE COLONIES BY THE BRITISH TO HELP FIGHT THE PATRIOTS
FINAL BATTLE OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
BATTLE OF YORKTOWN
RHYMING PHRASE SUMS UP WHY THE COLONISTS WERE ANGRY WITH GREAT BRITAIN BEFORE THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
“NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION”
THIS ACT LED TO THE BOSTON TEA PARTY
THE TEA ACT OF 1773
THESE ACTS WERE PASSED AS A RESULT OF THE BOSTON TEA PARTY
THE INTOLERABLE ACTS
LIST THE FOUR PARTS OF THE INTOLERABLE ACTS
1.Closed port of Boston 2. Increased royal control 3. British officials tried in Britain 4. Strengthened the Quartering Act
THIS WAS THE PURPOSE(S) OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
1.STATE THE BELIEFS OF THE COUNTRY 2. LIST GRIEVANCES AGAINST KING 3. DECLARE INDEPENDENCE FROM BRITAIN
WHY IS THE BATTLE OF SARATOGA CONSIDERED THE TURNING POINT OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR?
FRANCE AGREES TO FIGHT WITH THE U.S.
WHY DID THE COLONISTS GET ANGRY OVER THE PROCLAMATION OF 1763?
BELIEVED THAT WINNING THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR GAVE THEM THE RIGHT TO SETTLE IN THE WEST
WHY DID THE WRITS OF ASSISTANCE ANGER THE COLONISTS?
THEY WERE VAGUE SEARCH WARRANTS
BIGGEST TRAITOR OF AMERICAN HISTORY
BRITISH GENERAL WHO SURRENDERED AT THE BATTLE OF YORKTOWN
Final Jeopardy Answer
Final Jeopardy Question
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