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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Boston Tea Party to the Declaration of Independence 1. Boston Tea Party-a protest in 1773 in which colonists dressed as Indians and dumped the British tea into the Boston Harbor. 2. Intolerable Acts- The Intolerable Acts were a series of laws passed in 1774 to punish Boston for the Tea Party. 3. Quebec Act-The Quebec Act was a law that set up a government for Canada and protested the rights of FrenchCatholics. 4. First Continental Congress-The First Continental Congresswas a meeting, in Philadelphia 1774, of delegates from 12 colonies. They agreed to boycott all British goods and to stop exporting goods to Britain until the Intolerable Acts were repealed. 5. Minutemen- Minutemen were citizens that offered to train every day to be prepared to fight at a minute's notice. 6. Battle of Lexington andConcord-conflicts between Massachusetts coloniststhat started the Revolutionary War. 7. Olive Branch Petition-delegates declared their loyalty to the king and asked him to repeal the Intolerable Acts. 8. Green Mountain Boys-Ethan Allen decided tolead a band of Vermonters, known as the Green MountainBoys, in a surprise attackon Fort Ticonderoga. 9. Continental Army-army established by the Second Continental Congress to fight the British. 10. Battle of Bunker Hill-first major battle of theRevolution. It proved that the Americans could fight bravely. It also showed that the British would not be easyto defeat. 11. Common Sense-essayby Thomas Paine thaturged the colonies todeclare independence. 12. Declaration of Independence-a 1776 document stating thatthe 13 English colonies werea free and independent nation.The Declaration of Independenceis divided into 3 main parts:Natural Rights, British Wrongs,and Independence. Natalie Sheridan
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