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The Daughters of Liberty decidied to _________, or not buy, British tea.
a) traitor b) boycott c) Loyalist d) Stamp Act
A person who wanted to break from Britain, or supported the colonists' fight for freedom, was called a __________.
a) Patriot b) boycott c) Loyalist d) Stamp Act
England made colonists angry when it enforced the __________ of 1765.
a) boycott b) Loyalist c) Stamp Act d) Patriot
A person who wanted to stay a British citizen, or remained loyal to Britain during the Revolution, was called a __________.
a) traitor b) boycott c) Patriot d) Loyalist
A colonist who turned against England was called a __________.
a) traitor b) boycott c) Patriot d) Loyalist
The First Continental Congress decided to send __________.
a) tea back to England b) Patrick Henry to prison c) a petition to King George d) soldiers to fight Britain
The first battle of the American Revolution was at __________.
a) Boston b) Lexington c) Charlestown d) Bunker Hill
Some colonists worried that independence would mean __________.
a) the loss of British trade b) the end of British taxes c) French rule in the colonies d) rising tobacco prices
Members of the Second Continental Congress sent __________.
a) tax payments to King George b) George Washington to London c) troops to Lake Champlain d) the
The Declaration of Independence explained why the __________.
a) colonists could not buy tea b) British taxes were too high c) colonists wanted freedom d) colonists needed England
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