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boycott
To boycott is to stop buying goods in order to make someone do something.
independence
Independence is freedom from the control of others.
tax
A tax is money that people pay for government services.
repealed
To repeal is to take back or do away with something.
import
To import is to bring something from one countyr into another country.
commander
A commander is a leader. George Washington was the commander of the first American army.
rural
Rural means an area with many farms and few towns or cities.
treaty
A treaty is a written agreement.
Parliament
Parliament is the group of people who make the laws for Graet Britain.
settlers
Settlers are people who go to live in a new place.
frontier
The frontier was where the wild country begins. Life was extremely hard on the frontier.
plantations
Plantations were large farms in the South whose workers grew cotton, tobacco, or sugar cane.