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To withdraw or cancel. Repeal
Patriot and president of the Continental Congress from 1775-1777 John Hancock
A law passed in Britain in 1765 requiring colonists to pay a tax on newspapers, legal documents, pamphlets and even playing cards. Stamp Act
A group of volunteers who fought in times of emergency during the colonial period and the American Revolution. Militia
Virginia Burgess who encouraged the colonists to fight for their independence from Great Britain. Patrick Henry
Boston Patriot and silversmith who, on the night of April 18, 1775 rode to warn the people of Lexington that British troops were coming. Paul Revere
Patriot who rode with Paul Revere on April 18, 1775 to warn the colonists the British troops were coming. William Dawes
Colonial general in the Continental army who later became a traitor to the American Revolution. Benedict Arnold
Volunteer soldiers who defended the colonies against the British at a minute’s notice. Minutemen
Revolutionary War officer who helped drive the British from Boston in 1776. Henry Knox
Someone who turns against his or her country. Traitor
Patriot and leader in the American Revolution Samuel Adams
American Patriot who wrote “Common Sense” in 1776. Thomas Paine
Patriot and former slave who was one of the first people killed in the Boston Massacre in 1770. Crispus Attucks
An American colonist who supported the fight for independence. Patriot
Commander of the British forces in the American colonies from 1775 to 1778. William Howe
Commander of the British forces in North America during the American Revolution. Thomas Gage
Wife of John Adams who reported the colonists were preparing a protest in Boston. Abigail Adams
A colonist who supported Great Britain in the American Revolution. Loyalist
A 1773 protest against British taxes;colonists disguised as Mohawks dumped tea into Boston Harbor. Boston Tea Party
To refuse to do business or have contact with a person, group, country or product. Boycott
Leader of the “Green Mountain Boys” the Vermont militia men who captured Fort Ticonderoga in the American Revolution. Ethan Allen
Third President of the US from 1801 to 1809. He was author of the Declaration of Independence and responsible for the Louisiana Purchase. Thomas Jefferson
The killing of five colonists during a conflict with British soldiers in Boston in 1770. Boston Massacre
The document issued by the Second Continental Congress on July 4,1776, explaining why the colonies were breaking away from Great Britain. Declaration of Independence
American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783
Jeopardy Revolutionary Events Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Revolutionary People It’s All An Act.
The Road to the Revolution
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Daughters of Liberty Sons of Liberty.
Unit 2 American Revolution: Graphic Organizer #1
Causes of the Revolution
Lesson 2 Colonists Speak Out
New York and the American Revolution Vocabulary.
1 People of the American Revolution. 2 Samuel Adams 1722 – 1803 Boston Patriot Organized Sons of Liberty – led protests against Stamp Act of 1765.
American Revolution Important People © Erin Kathryn 2014.
Road to the American Revolution
Topic 26. Closing Boston Harbor was the final straw for some colonists. Leaders gathered and discussed what to do. Results – Continue boycotting British.
Chapter 8 The Road to War.
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.
American Revolution Review. Why was the French and Indian War fought? Answer: fought over land (Canada, land west of the Ohio River Valley); fur trade.
Unit 3 Revolution to Constitution. Section 1 – Road to 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.
People of the Revolution. King George III British king during the Revolutionary era.
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