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*propaganda          *boycott        *sons of liberty         *patriots

*minutemen          *committees of correspondence     *redcoats

*loyalists or tories     *Parliament    *militia       *George III

*Yorktown          * Valley Forge        *French & Indian War

*Seven-Years War         *Thomas Paine       *George Washington

*Thomas Jefferson      *Proclamation of 1763      *Stamp Act

*Sugar Act       *Declaratory Act     *Townshend Act        *Tea Act

*Intolerable Acts (Coercive Acts)     *”shot heard ‘round the world”

*Paul Revere         *Boston Massacre       *Boston tea party

*Continental Congress (1st & 2nd)        

-to tell and twist a story to show your side in a favorable light:

-to refuse to buy something as a way to protest: boycott

-patriots who protested, often using violence (as in tea party)

-colonists who favored independence

-colonist that had to be ready to fight in a moments notice

-groups throughout the colonies who wrote to each other to keep distant colonies updated about events that were occurring

-British soldiers

-colonists who supported the British

-the British legislative branch (government)

-citizen army

-King of England during the American Revolution

-site of the British surrender to end the fighting

-winter camp where Washington’s army lost about 25%

-war between Brits & French in N. America from 1754 - 1763

-term for British and French war in Europe from 1756 - 1763

-wrote pamphlet “Common Sense” pushing for independence

-commander of the Continental Army during the Revolution

-main writer of the Dec. of Independence (July4, 1776)

-King’s command to colonists to not move west of Appalachians

-(six)Acts that British passed concerning the colonies

-“shot” - phrase referring to the first two battles of the Revolution

-1st Continental Congress- response to Intolerable Acts (1774)

-2nd Cont. Congress - response to opening battles of 1775

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