APUSH Princeton ch8 vocabulary

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Act extending the reaches of Catholic Quebec
Defendent of soldiers in Boston Massacre
George III's prime minister
Pamphlet used as propaganda; written by Thoms Paine
Anglo-American treaty for peace
Southern war hero who became the US's first president
Meeting of the colonies to address grievances and formulate a position on relationship between royal and colonial governments
Another name for Pontiac's Rebellion
Name for colonial militia
Name for British soldiers
Citizens loyal to the Revolution
Punitive measures by the British to punish the perpetrators of the Boston Tea Party
Petition adopted by the Continental Congress for peace
Author of Common Sense
Plan developed by Ben Franklin to promote more inter-colonial unity
Acts made for regulation of trade
Incident in Boston in which Sons of liberty dumped £10,000 worth of tea into the harbor
Virginia radical proclaiming 'Give me liberty or give me death'
US Act in 1830 exemplifying Indian Territory demarcationNot really essential information right now
Final statement of grievances to Britain
Early American victory giving hope to American cause
Name given to incident in Boston in which Red Coats fired on citizens
Author of the Declaration of Independence
Colonial army
Protest groups formed throughout the colonies
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Acts drafted by Charles Townshend that contained several antagonistic measures
Colonial gathering which prepared for war
Another name for the Coercive Acts
Committees set up in towns around the colonies to enforce the boycott
Ottawa war chief who rallied tribes in the Ohio valley against colonial outposts
New British King after Seven Years' War
Town near to colonial arsenal (not Lexington)
Southern hero chosen to lead the Continental Army
Act issued after repeal of Stamp Act reassuring Parliament's right to tax however they wanted
Another name for Seven Years' War
French and American alliance
Theory that claimed all elected members of Parliament represented all British subjects
Act forbidding colonies to issue paper money
British response to Pontiac's Rebellion prohibiting colonists from moving west of the Appalachians
Committees set up around the colonies to relay political mood and information
Act in 1764 which established new duties and provisions aimed at deterring molases smugglers
First battle of the Revolutionary War
American diplomat who negotiated the Franco-American Alliance
The attacks of Pontiac and resulting wars
Letter sent by Massachusetts Assembly to all the other assemblies
Citizens loyal to the Crown
Act made solely for revenue that taxed all paper goods
Theory that nation's power depended on wealth
The idea of negative feelings towards the British

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