Social Studies--Chapter 8: The Colonies Unite (Lesson 2)
Mrs. Wall's 5th Grade
Terms in this set (...)
To have someone speak or act for you.
The act of working against one's own government.
A formal meeting of government representatives.
To refuse to buy or use goods or services.
To cancel, or undo, a law.
Laws and orders issued by the British government.
To work against, or object to, a certain policy.
Mercy Otis Warren
Massachusetts colonist who wrote poems and plays supporting the Patriot cause.
Virginia leader who spoke out against British policies and later opposed the Constitution.
Revolutionary leader who set up a Committee of Correspondence in Boston and helped form the Sons of Liberty.
African American sailor who was killed during the Boston Massacre.
Massachusetts colonist who warned the Patriots that the British were marching toward Concord.
New York City
The largest city in New York, originally founded by the Dutch and later taken over by the English; a major port city.
The capital of Massachusetts, located in the eastern part of the state; an important city during the American Revolution.
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