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george washington
intolerable acts
coercive acts
john adams
delegates
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georgia
carpenter's hall
colonies
philadelphia
pennsylvania

A NEW NATION Word Search

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2ND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
PATRIOTS
LOYALISTS
GEORGE WASHINGTON
CONTINENTAL ARMY
CONCORD,MASSACHUSETTS
LEXINGTON,MASSACHUSETTS
MINUTEMEN
DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
DELEGATES
FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
PHILADELPHIA,PENNSYLVANIA
QUARTERING ACT
GREENWICH
WILLIAM FRANKLIN
BOSTON TEA PARTY
BOSTON,MASSACHUSSETS
INPORT
BOYCOTT
TOWNSHEND ACTS
CHARLES TOWNSHEND
REPEALED
STAMP ACT
TAX
13 COLONIES
PARLIAMENT
GREAT BRITIAN

The Revolutionary War Crossword

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September 1774, delegates from twelve colonies sent representatives to Philadelphia to discuss a response to the Intolerable Acts. First Continental Congress
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Britain during the Revolutionary War. Patriots
Members of a militia during the American Revolution who could be ready to fight in sixty seconds. Minutemen
British soldiers who fought against the colonists in the American Revolution; so called because of their bright red uniforms. Redcoats
A convention of delegates from the Thirteen Colonies that started meeting in the summer of 1775, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, soon after warfare in the American Revolutionary War had begun. Second Continental Congress
U.S. army led by George Washington. Continental Army
1765, A tax that the British Parliament placed on newspapers and official documents sold in the American Colonies. Stamp Act
British soldiers fired into a crowd of colonists who were teasing and taunting them. Five colonists were killed. The colonists blamed the British and the Sons of Liberty and used this incident as an excuse to promote the Revolution. Boston Massacre
Law passed by Parliament in the early 1770's stating that only the East India Company, a British business, could sell tea to the 13 colonies. Tea Act
The dumping of 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor by colonists in 1773 to protest the Tea Act. Boston Tea Party
A series of laws set up by Parliament to punish Massachusetts for its protests against the British. Intolerable Acts
Commander of the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War. George Washington
Traitor of Patriots and joined British. Benedict Arnold
Place where Washington's army spent the winter of 1777-1778, a 4th of troops died here from disease and malnutrition, Steuben comes and trains troops. Valley Forge

Boston Tea Party Crossword

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Delegates to the Second ____ _____ signed the Declaration of Independence. Continental Congress
To refuse to buy or use something as a means of protest boycott
These people couldn't make a profit on their smuggled tea. merchants
Great Britian repealed all the taxes on imports except for the one on ____. tea
Port that was closed as a result of the Coercive Acts. Boston
These kinds of goods were being taxed by Britain. imported
Man who wrote the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson
British soldiers were ____ in private homes after the Tea Party. quartered
What the acts passed by Britain after the Boston Tea Party were called in America intolerable acts
Name of the company that was the only legal source of tea. East India
The protestors dumped 342 ____ of tea into Boston harbor chests
Man who organized the Boston Tea Party. Samuel Adams
One of the first battles of the American Revolution Lexington
Richard Henry Lee proposed that the colonies should be "free and ____ states." independent
The Sons of ____ were a patriot group that participated in the Boston Tea Party Liberty

CAUSE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION Crossword

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6’’ RED HEAD KNOWN AS THE “WAUHATCHIE WAR WOMAN” NANCY HART
SLAVE WHO JOINED THE WHIGS AUSTIN DABNEY
MERCHANT AND OWN PLANTATION WHO BECAME AN IMPORTANT EARLY GA STATES MAN BUTTON GWINNETT
HERO OF THE BATTLE OF KETTLE CREEK ELIJAH CLARK
MOST IMPORTANT REVOLUTIONARY WAR BATTLE FOUGHT IN GEORGIA BECAUSE IT PREVENTED THE BRITISH FROM GAINING CONTROL OF THE BACK COUNTRY BATTLE OF KETTLE CREEK
2ND BLOODINESS BATTLE OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR SIEGE OF SAVANNAH
SEVEN YEAR WAR FRENCH & INDIAN WAR
An attempt to prevent the colonists from going west and passed the Appalachian Mountains. PROCLAMATION OF 1763
British put taxes on the thing in America STAMP ACT
They were meant to punish the American colonists for the Boston Tea Party and other protests. INTOLERABLE ACT
Outlining the locations and conditions in which British soldiers are to find room and board in the American colonies. QUARTERING ACT
Signed the declaration of independence for Georgia. GEORGE WALTON
One of Georgia’s signers OF THE declaration of independence LYMAN HALL
Managed the Colonial war effort and moved incrementally towards independence, adopting the United States Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
is the statement that adopted by the 2nd continental congress meeting at the Pennsylvania state house in Philadelphia on the 4th of July in 1776 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
American colonists who remained loyal to the British Crown during the American Revolutionary War LOYALISTS
Most of Georgia TORIES
Those colonists of the Thirteen Colonies who rebelled against British control during the American Revolution and in July 1776 declared the United States of America an independent nation. PATRIOTS

The Road to the Declaration of Independence Word Search

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Stamp act
Sugar act
Jefferson
Liberty
Boston Massacre
French
Indian
Coercive acts
Proclamation
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Duty
Repeal
King George
Smuggle
Tea act
Boston Tea Party
Townshend act
Quartering act
Delegate
Paine
Declaration
Independence
Common Sense
Congress
John Locke
Philadelphia

Causes of the American Revolution Crossword

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Who Won the Battle of Kettle Creek Elijah Clark
One of the founding fathers Button Gwinett
Rebel Heroine Nancy
slave that fought with the whigs Austin Dabney
encounter of the American Revolutionary War in 1779 Siege of Savannah
comprised the North American theater of the worldwide Seven Years' War of 1756–63. French and Indian war
was issued October 7, 1763, by King George III following Great Britain's acquisition of French territory in North America Proclamation of 1763
Passed by the British Parliament on March 22, 1765. Stamp Act
harsh laws passed by the British Parliament in 1774. Intolerable Acts
name given to a minimum of two Acts of British Parliament in the local governments of the American colonies Quartering Act
signed the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of Georgia and also served as the second Chief Executive of Georgia George Walton
Hall County is named after him Lyman Hall
managed the Colonial war effort and moved incrementally towards independence, adopting the United States Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Second Continental Congress
eclaration of statehood is an assertion by a defined territory that it is independent and constitutes a state. Declaration of independence
American colonists who remained loyal to the British Crown during the American Revolutionary War. Loyalists
Conservative Party Tories
Fought for american rights Patriots

Confederation to Constitution Crossword

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A young governor of Virginia Edmund Randolph
Leader of the Annapolis delegates Alexandria Hamilton
Hero of the revolution and the leader of the Continental Congress Army George Washington
Famous Scientist and statesman Benjamin Franklin
One of the ablest delegates James Madison
Serving as a ambassador to France Thomas Jefferson
Was overseas and wrote a letter to home to encourage the delegates John Adams
Has been elected as a delegates for Virginia Patrick Henry
Voiced the concerns of the small states John Dickinson
Credited with proposing the Great Compromise Roger Sherman

Declaration of Independence Word Search

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Great Britain
Continental Army
Concord
Lexington
America
slavery
treason
war
colonies
Loyalists
Redcoats
Patriots
BunkerHill
Howe
July
Philadelphia
independence
declaration
Adams
Washington
Jefferson

Constitutional Convention Crossword

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Delegate to the Constitutional Convention from the state of Virginia; a leader in the fight against ratification who refused to sign the Constitution because it did not include a bill of rights. George Mason
Famous scientist and statesman; delegate from the state of Pennsylvania who lent his wit and wisdom to the Convention. Benjamin Franklin
Delegate from Virginia who was the first recognized speaker at the Convention; he is credited with proposing the Virginia Plan. Edmund Randolph
Delegate from the state of New Jersey at the Convention who presented an alternative to the Virginia Plan that came to called the New Jersey Plan. William Paterson
Delegate to the Convention from the state of New York he is credited with writing many of The Federalist Papers essays in 1788. Alexander Hamilton
Delegate from Virginia who came out of retirement and was chosen as the president of the Convention. George Washington
Delegate who was elected in Virginia to attend the Convention but refused; he led the fight as an Anti-Federalist and would not vote for ratification of the Constitution unless it included a bill of rights. "He said he smell a rat in Philadelphia tending toward monarchy" Patrick Henry
Chosen as the Secretary of Foreign Affairs for the Confederation Congress; he wrote some of The Federalist Papers. John Jay
Delegate from the state of Connecticut at the Convention who proposed the Great Compromise, which became the basis for the first 3 articles of the Constitution. Roger Sherman
Massachusetts farmer who led a failed rebellion on a federal arsenal in an attempt to provide debt relief to farmers in his state. Daniel Shays
Delegate from Virginia at the Convention who took thorough notes of the convention’s proceedings, his notes are the most detailed picture of what took place; he did most of the actual writing of the Constitution and is often referred to as the “Father of the Constitution.” James Madison

American Revolution Bingo Cards

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French & Indian War
Boston Massacre
Protesting
Boston Tea Party
Lexington & Concord
Declaration of Independence
Battle of Saratoga
Valley Forge
Battle of Yorktown
Treaty of Paris 1783
Treaty of Paris 1763
Abigail Adams
James Armstead
John Paul Jones
Marquis de la Fayette
Haym Solomon
General Cornwallis
Proclamation Line of 1763
First Continental Congress
Second Continental Congress
Quartering Act
Sons of Liberty
Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Paine
John Locke
Crispus Attucks
Intolerable Acts
Patrick Henry
Wentworth Cheswell
Bernardo De Galvez
Samuel Adams
Benjamin Franklin
George Washington

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