Proclamation of 1763
Boston Tea Party
Sons of Liberty
Declaration of Independence
Coercive Acts or Intolerable Acts
Olive Branch Petition
First Continental Congress
Colonists routinely ignored the __________, streaming over the Appalachians to settle in the 1760s.
During the __________, colonists, dressed as Indians, protested the Tea Act by dumping 90,000 pounds of tea into Boston Harbor.
The English opposition party that opposed excessive royal power was known as the __________.
Between salutary neglect and the defiance of colonists, the __________ were rarely enforced during the first hundred years after Parliament passed the first of these laws.
From the Stamp Act protests onward, the __________ often organized crowd actions and enforced consumer boycotts.
Thomas Jefferson wrote the __________ with help from John Adams and Benjamin Franklin.
Militia men on alert in Massachusetts and Connecticut were referred to as __________.
Colonists protested the __________ not just because of its tax on paper, but also because they viewed it as a new, direct tax.
Colonists resented the new taxes on paint, lead, glass, tea, and paper that were part of the __________.
In response to the Boston Tea Party, Parliament passed the __________.
After the Battle of Bunker Hill and taking of Forrt Ticonderoga, the Continental Congress had still not settled on independence, as the __________ makes clear.
The __________ brought together representatives from 12 of the colonies to discuss their repsonse to the Coercive Acts.
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