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The Road to Lexington and Concord Chapter 6 Section 3
Intolerable Acts Laws passed by Parliament punishing Massachusetts for Boston Tea Party
First Continental Congress Meeting held by the colonies in Philadelphia in 1774 to decide what to do about the problems with Britain
Militia A force of armed civilians who pledge to defend their community
Minutemen A colonist who could by ready to fight at a minute’s notice
Paul Revere A patriot who helped warn colonists about British movements
Lexington and Concord Sites of the first battles of the Revolutionary War
Loyalist A colonist who was loyal to Britain
Patriot A colonist who supported the colonial rebels
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