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Who were the Loyalists?
They supported Great Britain and King George III.
Who were the Patriots?
The Patriots supported the American cause for independence from Britain.
Describe the French and Indian War.
The Indians and the French fought against the colonists in the war. The dispute was over the Ohio River Valley land.
What was the Proclamation of 1763?
It was a line drawn from New York to Georgia in 1763. The colonists had to stay east of the line and the Native Americans were to stay west of the line.
What did the Stamp Act tax?
It taxed paper products.
What happened at the Boston Tea Party?
The Sons of Liberty dressed up as Indians and dumped 342 chests of tea into the Boston Harbor.
The Battle of Saratoga convinced who to help the colonists?
The battle helped convince France to help the colonists win the war.
The Battle of ______ convinced the colonists that they did stand a chance against the British army.
The Battle of Bunker Hill.
What does the term boycott mean?
It means an organized campaign in which people refuse to deal with a particular group or business.
Who were the minutemen?
They were colonists who were ready to fight in a minute's notice.