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ACTSPLACESMisc. 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points DOCSPEOPLE
England’s Lawmaking body
Secret societies that opposed British policies
First African American to die in America’s fight for independence
Cousins who were prominent leaders in American resistance
The 3 midnight riders
Law requiring all legal documents to bear a stamp
Law that said colonies must provide British soldiers a house and supplies
Laws passed to punish Massachusetts
This act gave the British East India Company a trade monopoly
Placed duties on glass, paper,paint, lead and tea
Patrick Henry wanted liberty or this
Taxation without representation is …
Thomas Paine’s plea for patriotism was written here
Begins..when in the course of human events
This document told English settlers not to go beyond the Appalachian Mountains
Colony where battle of Lexington & Concord took place
First major battle of the Revolutionary War
City where the Declaration was written
The lamp(s) that signaled British troop movements hung here
This building was the site of the Boston Massacre
Those who remained loyal to Great Britain
The American Army was called this
He introduced the resolution for American independence in the Continental Congress
British General in charge of troops at Boston
Moderates in the Continental Congress sent this document to King George after the Battle of Bunker Hill
Make your wager
The idea of unalienable rights was borrowed from this philosopher
What is Parliament ?
Sons of Liberty
John & Samuel Adams
Revere, Prescott & Dawes
Intolerable Acts or Coercive Acts
What were the Townshend Acts?
What is death?
What is the Declaration of Independence
Proclamation of 1763
What is Massachusetts?
What is Bunker (Breed’s) Hill?
What is Philadelphia?
What is the Old North Church (steeple)
What are Loyalists (or Tories)
Richard Henry Lee
Olive Branch Petition
Who is John Locke?
Road to the American Revolution Prof. Ruthie García Vera
AMERICAN REVOLUTION REVIEW. This man was general of the Continental Army.
The American Revolution
The Class will divide into two teams. Individuals will be paired against each other. The individual from the team that last got the question right will.
The Road to the Revolution
The Road to the Revolution Chapter 6 Mrs. Kercher.
Tighter British Control British Parliament imposes new laws and restrictions Proclamation of 1763 prohibits settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains.
TENSION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE COLONIES Essential Question: What caused the relationship between Britain and the colonies to deteriorate?
Lesson 2 Colonists Speak Out
The Colonies Unite Chapter 8.
Aim: Why did the Colonists finally declare independence from Great Britain? Do Now: Why did relations with Britain and the American Colonies continue to.
Jeopardy British Acts and Taxes F & I Colonial Protest Revolutionary War Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Road to the American Revolution
Important Information from the American Revolution
American Revolution Study Guide
Events Leading up to the Revolution Colonists work.
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Copyright 2002 Bonnie Nizamis. Important people Important Locations Acts and laws Steps to Rev FINALFINAL.
Do Now- Name three important people involved with the American Revolution and what were there actions Goal- Demonstrate knowledge of the American Revolution.
Tighter British Control Famous Early Americans Problems in Boston Lexington & Concord The Declaration of Independence Final Jeopardy.
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