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                   A few more        The     Vocabulary   War events    Declarers of
  Colonies
                    Colonies       Dreaded                             Independence
                                    King



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        This colony, the home of the
       Adams, would go on to become
                 two states.
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                   What is Massachusetts?




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     This Colony was home to George
      Washington, and the Civil War
      would eventually divide it into
               two states.
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                              What is Virginia?




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           This colony is now the smallest
                 state in the country.
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                      What is Rhode Island?




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     The borders that made up this
      colony were later redrawn to
           include Vermont.
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                            What is New York?




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      This southernmost colony was
      named in honor of King George II.
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                              What is Georgia?




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        This colony was named after
      Henrietta Maria, queen of Charles
                I of England.
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                            What is Maryland?




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       This colony was named after the county
               Hampshire in England.
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                 What is New Hampshire?




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       This colony’s name comes from the
         famous river George Washington
      crossed during the Revolutionary War.
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                            What is Delaware?




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    This colony is now known as the
             Garden State.
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                        What is New Jersey?




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           This colony is less obviously
          named in honor of Charles I of
           England; its town of Charles
            Town makes more sense.
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                   What is South Carolina?




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           Americans blamed this man’s
           style of governance for their
           leaving the British Empire .
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                    Who is King George III?




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     King George III said, “We must
    master them or totally leave them
     alone” after this major Sons of
             Liberty event.
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         What is the Boston Tea Party?




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            This prevented colonists from
              traveling west beyond the
                Appalachian Mountains
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              What is the Proclamation of
                         1763?




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         This is how King George III and
          Parliament responded to the
                Boston Tea Party.
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           What is closing the port of
           Boston (or The Boston Port
                      Act)?


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       King George III refused to
       receive this final offer of peace
       from the colonists. He instead
       “prepared for war, hiring more
       than 30,000 German troops to
       send to America and fight beside
       British troops.”
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                What is the Olive Branch
                        Petition?




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         This is information designed to
                influence opinion.
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                       What is propaganda?




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             These are “groups of citizen
                      soldiers.”
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                             What are militias?




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       This is what we call the people
      “who chose to stay with Britain.”
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         What are loyalists (or torries)?




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          This group of people was
       “determined to fight the British
         to the end—until American
          independence was won.”
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                           What are partriots?




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    This is another name for the
    introduction to The
    Declaration of Independence
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                      What is the preamble?




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                This was the “slaughter
                of innocent Americans
                by bloodthirsty
                redcoats” March 5,
                1770.
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         What is the Boston Massacre?




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   He died at the Boston Massacre and
   is considered the first person killed in
   the Revolutionary War.
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                   Who is Crispus Attucks?




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    These towns are where the first
    official battle of the Revolutionary
    War occurred.
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     What is Lexington and Concord?




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      This battle was fought to prevent the
      British from capturing the American
      supply base in this Vermont town.
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                        What is Bennington?




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   With “each state pursuing its own
   interests . . . Congress experienced
   difficulty” raising this.
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                              What is an army?




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          Not only was this man an
       outstanding statesman, but his
      creativity and ingenuity provided
          us with the printing press,
       bifocals and the Franklin stove.
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                       Who is Ben Franklin?
                                        It’s all about the
                                        Benjamins!




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      This man led the Sons of Liberty
      in their attack on tea. He was an
              artist and a brewer.
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                    Who is Samuel Adams?




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      This red-headed Virginian was a
       slave owner who believed that
        “all men are created equal.”
                                        I’m a pretty big
                                        deal!
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               Who is Thomas Jefferson?
                                        Do you remember me
                                        from Ben and Me?




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         This man was the President of
          the Continental Congress. He
          is probably best known for his
                famous signature.
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                     Who is John Hancock?




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      This man signed the Declaration
           of Independence with his
         famous Boston cousin. He
       later went on to become the 2nd
        President of the United States.
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                        Who is John Adams?




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                             Acts of Parliament

                                         Final
                                        Jeopary
                                        Problem
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         The British government called
           these the Coercive Acts, but
           Americans called them this.
           This set of four laws: Boston
             Port Act, Massachusetts
                 Government Act,
           Administration of Justice Act
          and Quebec Act is credited for
                 starting the war.
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                     What are the
                   Intolerable Acts?



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