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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!
Ch 5 The American Revolution. debt To owe money congress A formal meeting.
Revolution A sudden, radical, or complete change in a political organization or government The American Revolution brought many changes in the colonies.
AHSGE History II. Britain’s response to the Boston Tea Party.
The American Revolution. British Army Strengths 1.Well-trained Army 2.Powerful Navy 3.Strong Government 4.Support of Loyalists 5.Native American Allies.
III. The Rebellion Era A. I have no idea what that word means… Rebellion Vocabulary 1. Salutary Neglect – A disinterest in enforcing laws. Englands pre-French.
The American Revolution From A to Z By Leah Hill.
A colonial era showdown. 3,731 Miles They had a lot of freedom – they became used to ruling themselves and ignoring the laws of Parliament. Side note:
French and Indian War The French and their Native American allies fought against England Spain joined the war siding with the French England still won.
Patriot, Loyalist, or Neutral? During the American Revolution, most American colonists had to decide to support the War for Independence or remain loyal.
THIS IS With Host... Your Key Terms Famous People BattlesThe Revolution Important Events Important Documents main.
WHAT IS THE TRUTH about VIRGINIA and the REVOLUTIONARY WAR?
CONSTITUTION Chapter 1 Section 1. Review Section 1 Constitutional Terms Continental Congress - Elected representatives who advised the colonists on policies.
SOL VS 4.5 American Revolution How did the colonists’ ideas about government differ from those of the English Parliament? Governmental Beliefs no taxation.
The Declaration of Independence: What it Means #1: When one group of people is going to break away from a country to form its own nation, then they should.
By: AQ. Francis Marion was a military officer who served in the American Revolution. He was part of the Continental Army and the South Carolina militia.
The Declaration of Independence Objective: 1.Identify the main ideas in the Declaration of Independence. 2.Explain how Americans reacted to the Declaration.
UG: What were the purposes of the Declaration of Independence?
Creation of the United States Unit #3 + SSUSH3: The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution. SSUSH4: The student will identify.
Do-NowBrainstorm: What is the difference between a Tory and a Revolutionary? Why would you pick one side over the other? What circumstances might lead.
“H&I” Terms “J,K&L” Terms “M” Terms “N” Terms “O&P” Terms “R&S” Terms $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Terms for Events leading up to the Revolutionary War.
IV. The Revolutionary War. A. Strengths and Weaknesses 1.Continental Army + Strong Military Leadership + Fighting on home territory + Alliance with France.
The Early Years of the War Ch. 10, Sec. 2, Part I Explain the major reasons why the colonial desire to gain rights and liberties led them to fight for.
Causes of the American Revolution OR How not to Tax People.
The American Revolution and British North America The Constitutional Act of 1791: How did it lay the groundwork for a culturally divided Canada? Political.
Road to Revolution America goes from Colony to Country Michael Quinones, NBCT
SSCG1 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the political philosophies that shaped the development of United States constitutional government. a. Analyze.
When the military runs the government and is the primary focus of the nation Militarism.
From Revolution to a New Nation Unit 2. The Revolutionary War Chapter 4.
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