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Militia A body of citizens enrolled for military service but only used in an emergency Call me in case of an emergency only!
Revolution The overthrow and replacement of an established government
Repeal To revoke or annul formally or officially
Mercenary/ Mercenaries A professional soldier hired for service in a foreign army I’m for hire! For the right price, that is!
Minuteman An American militiaman during the Revolutionary War who remained ready for instant military service
Patriots A person who defends and supports his/her country. During the Revolutionary War, this was a person who supported the American cause and wanted to separate from England
Loyalists/ Tories An American colonist who stayed loyal to England during the Amer. Rev.
Boycott To abstain from dealing with or buying as a means of protest I boycott chicken because I don’t believe in eating myself. Bock bock bock….
Treason To betray one’s country, especially by acting to overthrow the government +
Hessian German mercenary Wo ist der brautwurst and der jutenherberger?
Tyranny/ Tyrannical/ Tyrant! Unrestrained use of power which is usually not justified!
Toward Independence Chapter 5 Vocabulary. repeal.
1. Levy To forcibly place a tax The colonists became angry about all the taxes that the British levied on them. Causes of the American Revolution Vocabulary.
Ch 5 The American Revolution. debt To owe money congress A formal meeting.
Vocabulary for Unit 4 Revolutionary War 8 th grade social studies.
Review American Revolution Vocabulary Quiz 2 Mrs. Martin Grade 4.
Chapter 5 Test Review Toward Independence. The Boston Tea Party ~colonists dressed as Indians as they threw tea into the Boston Harbor as a protest to.
Revolutionary war The Creation of America. Proclamation of 1763 Closed lands west of Mountains to Colonial Settlers Did it Work? –Didn’t stop colonists.
Chapter 6 Content and Academic and Content Vocabulary Test Review.
“BY UNITING WE STAND, BY DIVIDING WE FALL.” BY JOHN DICKINSON, “THE LIBERTY SONG,” 1768 The American Revolution.
The American Revolution Chapter 7 Section 1. The Early Years of the War Key ? – In what ways was the Revolution like at Civil War? Key ? – In what ways.
Chart Notes The Proclamation of 1763 – a treaty giving the Indians all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains. Angered the colonists because it kept.
Chapter 5 Review French and Indian War to Beginning of Revolution.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION REVIEW. This man was general of the Continental Army.
_____ 1. relating to money and resources of a country or region _____ 2. powers or privileges that belong to people as citizens and that cannot or should.
The Revolutionary War. Write a sentence with the following words: 1. George Washington2. Treaty of Paris 3. Tyranny4. Treason 5. Boycott6. Revolution.
Important Vocabulary Write in the name of the vocabulary word that matches the definition What term is given to specific words about a topic? vocabulary.
The Revolutionary War. Write a sentence with the following words: 1. George Washington2. Treaty of Paris 3. Pontiac 4. Treason 5. Boycott6. Revolution.
American Revolution Vocabulary. Raw materials Natural materials before being processed or manufactured into something The American Colonies sent raw materials.
By Marshall Austin FIFTH OF MARCH VOCABULARY. Patriot (noun) : A person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies.
50 words in connection with The American Revolution.
The American Revolution. Do Now 1. List three things that angered the American colonists. 2. What was the response of the colonists to the injustices.
The American Revolution What do you know about American Revolution vocabulary words?
Causes of the American Revolution Vocabulary Miss Springborn.
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Vocabulary I Vocabulary II Vocabulary III REVOLUTIONARY WAR REVOLUTIONARY WAR.
Causes of the American Revolution Vocabulary Miss Bucella.
Beginnings of the American Revolution. Rivalry between the British and the French This rivalry led to the French and Indian War French were driven out.
The American Revolution. British Army Strengths 1.Well-trained Army 2.Powerful Navy 3.Strong Government 4.Support of Loyalists 5.Native American Allies.
Loyalist someone loyal to the King of England (God Save the King) God save the no-ble King Loy-alists are true-- to him No matter what They’ll fol-low.
The War for Independence Learning Objective: Compare and Contrast the advantages and disadvantages of the opposing sides.
Contrasting Patriots and Loyalists. Which Side to Pick? Colonists did not always agree on situation with Britain. They split into distinct groups: Patriots.
The Road to Revolution. The English colonies, 1763 The French and Indian War is over, and Britain is in deep debt American colonies had been left alone.
Revolution A sudden, radical, or complete change in a political organization or government The American Revolution brought many changes in the colonies.
Colonists living on the western frontier not a part of the political quarrels A fight for independence would expose them to Indian attack since fighting.
Events leading to the American Revolution. Two Main Ideas The French and Indian War was fought from ; after the war the British needed money.
Chapter 5 Content and Academic Vocabulary Test Review TEST TOMORROW!
TENSION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE COLONIES Essential Question: What caused the relationship between Britain and the colonies to deteriorate?
…If You Lived at the Time of the Revolution Kay Moore Illustrated by Daniel O’Leary Kay Moore Illustrated by Daniel O’Leary Word Knowledge & Selection.
Early battle that demonstrated that the colonists could fight well against the British army. Battle of Bunker Hill.
$200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Revolutionary War Leaders.
To Next Slide Differences Divide Britain and Its Colonies Chapter 7 20 Questions!
Military Matches. Military Advantages Americans Outstanding leadership of G.W. Fighting on home land Fighting for cause they believed in Had help of patriot.
Revolutionary War PatriotsNeutrals –Colonists who supported the War -“common” or “poor” people who did not want to become involved with the.
Vocabulary I Vocabulary II Revolutionary Men Causes of the Revolution I Causes of the Revolution II.
Copyright 2002 Bonnie Nizamis. Important people Important Locations Acts and laws Steps to Rev FINALFINAL.
What is a formal written request to those in authority?
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Objective: I can explain why the colonists felt that the American War for Independence was inevitable. Preview: Answer: What does the phrase “the shot.
Fighting for Independence (Explore #1)Militia - A small army made up of ordinary citizens who are available to fight in an emergency. - A small army made.
THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. STARTER – SEPTEMBER 16TH List 3 examples of new laws the British enforced on the colonies to help pay off the war debt. Explain.
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