American Revolution Vocab

Can you name the American Revolution Vocab?

The period of time when people started believing that only something can be proven by natural laws and science.
Organized body of armed volunteers.
Agreements between nations or groups to aid and support one another.
To give up.
Organized campaign to refuse to buy of use certain goods and services.
Formal written request to someone is authority that is signed by a group of people.
Court order that allowed officials to make undefided searches.
Company that controls all or nearly all business in a particular industry.
To cancel.
A person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors.
Colonial militia volunteer who was prepared to fight at a minutes notice.
Shutting a port or roadway to prevent people of supplies from coming into or leaving an area.
Soldier who fights merely for pay, often for a foreign.
A person sent or authorized to represent others.
Formal statement of opinion of policy.
Introduction to a declaration, constitutional, or other official document.
A formal complaint.
Units of troops on horseback.
Join a formal group like the military.
American Colonist that stayed true to the British.
Person not in the military.
Paper money printed during the American Revolution.
Armed civilian ship that had the government's permission to attack enemy ships and keep goods seized.
Fighter who works as part of a small band to make hit-and-run attacks.

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