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50 Cards in this Set

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The site of the 1st continental congress...
Philidelphia, Pennsylvania
Pamphlet advocating colonial independence
Common Sense
Supporter of Parliament and Puritans during the civil war...
Round Heads
Supporter of Charles I
Made church of England state religion
Claredon Code
Site of 1770 massacre
Boston, MA
Merry Monarch
King Charles II
Aimed at keeping James II from throne
exclusion bill
Received olive branch petition
king George III
Paul rever's partner
William Dawes
Brought William III to power
Glorious Revolution
Scotish agreement to preserve brittish Rights
National covenent
site of brittish army surrender
York Town
Married daughter of James II
William or Orange
Archbishop of Canterbury
William Laud
Wig leader, and advisor to George I
Sir Robert Walpole
Brittish march to concord
Created to limit the power of Charles I
Petition of Right
Angered colonists by enforcing acts
George Grenville
Attempt at peaceful compromise with great brittain
Olive Branch Petition
Patrick Henry was a congressional delegate from
By getting England throne King James I was king of
agreement bound american states together from 1781-1787 was
articles of confederation
according to _______ person cant be held in jail w/o just cause
Habeas Corpus
Leader of parliament's forces during civil war was
Oliver Cromwell
Birth of son to james II prompted fear in English parliament of continued
catholic rule
_______ in 1707 united england and scotland
act of union
in return for approving additional taxes parliament demanded charles I sign the ____
petition of right
the brittish responded to Boston Tea party by passing the _________
Intolerable acts
________ refers to the exodus of puritans to the American colonies
Great migration
1779 american side in revolutionary war was joined by a new ally ____
author of declaration of independence was
thomas jefferson
restoration began when _________ became king
Charles I
Brittish parliament reasserted right to pass laws governing colonies with the
declaratory act
1640, scots had gone to war rather than accept Charles I attempt to ________________
influence calvanist religious practice
during reign of Charles II the arts and sciences ________
Received royal support
factor motivating Ireland's rebellion against england in 1641 was ________
anger at the practice of seizing Irish land for english settlers
Great brittain recognized american colonies as ________in 1783
independent nation
england declared _________ after the defeat of _______
commonwealth, charles I
_______of 1765 required payment of direct tax on all printed material
stamp act
group in english parliament that tried to keep James II from becoming king was
april 19 1775, brittish troops were sent to concord in order to________
confiscate colonists military supplies
James I belief in ______brought him into conflict with english parliament
divine right
Restoration gave england a ________
constitutional monarchy
supporters of parliamend during english civil war were
____________ disputes over land claims and fur trading rights
French and Indian war
Many puritans left england because _________
of oppressive policies of James I and Charles I
Declaration of independence was greatly influenced by _____________
John Locke's concept of social contract
Intolerable acts were brittish response to the ________
Boston Tea Party
_________ were brittish response to the Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts