What did the Proclamation of 1763 do?
What is a petition?
What is a boycott?
What does it mean to repeal something?
What did the Townshend Acts do?
What was the famous slogan colonists used to portray their unhappiness with Parliament?
Who were the Sons of Liberty?
What did the Quartering Act do?
What did the Stamp Act do?
The Boston Massacre...
Non-violent, public refusal to obey unjust laws is known as...
The Intolerable Acts did all of the following EXCEPT:
The First Continental Congress
This battle was actually a minor skirmish; the "shot heard round the world" happened here
The first major battle of the Revolution; showed that the colonists could hang with the British
Why is Concord important?
He was the leader of the Continental Army