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A war measure that isolates some area of importance to the enemy blockade
Colonists fighting for independence from Great Britain patriot
Colonists fighting for independence from Great Britain loyalists
Troops trained to fight on horseback calvary
Approve formally, confirm, verify ratify
Cause to assemble or enlist in military recruit
A general increase in prices inflation
To attack from a place of hiding ambush
Freedom of choice liberty
The quality of being just or fair justice
Military units smaller than a division regiment
A person who takes part in an armed rebellion against the constituted authority rebel
The act of importing or exporting without paying customs duties smuggling
An act of deliberate betrayal treason

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American Revolution Crossword Puzzle

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the overthrow of a government but those who are governed REVOLUTION
fees for the support of government required to be paid by people and businesses TAXES
the quality of being just or fair JUSTICE
freedom of choice LIBERTY
to attack from a place or hiding AMBUSH
a general and progressive increase in prices INFLATION
troops trained to fight on horseback CAVALRY
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed the war for independence LOYALISTS
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Britain during the Revolutionary War PATRIOTS
An American politician and soldier who served. as the first President of the United States from 1789 to 1797 and was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States GEORGE WASHINGTON
this battle was fought on June 17, 1775, during the Siege of Boston in the early stages of the American Revolutionary War battle of bunker hill
an armed conflict between Great Britain and thirteen of its North American colonies that after onset of the war was declared independence as the United States American Revolutionary War
a political protest but the Sons of Liberty in Boston on Dec. 16, 1773. The demonstrators, some disguised as Native Americans, in defiance of the Teach of May 10, 1773, destroyed and entire shipment of tea sent by the East India Company. They boarded the ships and threw the chests. of tea into Boston Harbor. The British government responded harshly and the episode escalated into the American Revolution. Boston Tea Party
a group of British colonies on the east coast of North America founded in the 17th and 18th centuries that declared independence in 1776 and formed the United States. Thirteen Colonies
a British Army officer who rose to become Commander-in-Chief of British forces during the American war of Independence also known as the American Revolutionary War. William Howe

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Chapter 6 Crossword Puzzle

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an American colonist who favored American independence patriot
an American colonist who remained loyal to Britain and opposed the war for independence loyalist
leader of the patriots georgewashington
paid soldier who serves in the armed forces of a foreign country mercenary
to enlist in the military recruit
a continuous rise in the prices of goods or services inflation
to close off a country's ports blockade
a privately owned ship outfitted with weapons privateer
attempt to force surrender by blocking the movement of people or goods into or out of a place siege
an attack in which the attacker hides and surprises the enemy ambush
to vote approval of ratify
to leave without permission or intent to come back desert
to help aid
the fact or state of being independent independence
cease resistance to an enemy or opponent and submit to their authority surrender

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Revolution Vocabulary Crossword

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An attack in which the attacker hides and surprises the enemy. Ambush
A civilian during Revolutionary Era sworn to be ready to fight with only a minute's notice Minute Men
An American colonist who remained loyal to Great Britain and opposed the war for independence Loyalist
Actions used to keep a country or area from communicating and trading with other nations or areas; to close off a country's ports. Blockade
A formal request for Government action. Petition
An official expression by opinion of a group. Resolution
To vote approval Ratify
A paid soldier who serves in the armed forces of a foreign country. Mercenary
Incoming money from taxes or other sources Revenue
To cancel an act or law. Repeal

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The Road to Revolution Word Search

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Peace
Independence
Revolution
Indians
French
British
Colonists
Parliament
Congress
Boston
Concord
Lexington
Howe
Washington
Petition
Mercenary
Monopoly
Treason
Cede
Repeal
Blockade
Loyalist
Patriot
Boycott
Minutemen
Duty
Alliance
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Declaration of Independence Word Search

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Great Britain
Continental Army
Concord
Lexington
America
slavery
treason
war
colonies
Loyalists
Redcoats
Patriots
BunkerHill
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July
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ROAD TO REVOLUTION Crossword

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Given up ABDICATED
Accept without protest ACQUIESCE
Not limited by law. ARBITRARY
Cannons and large guns. ARTILLERY
Refusal to buy goods BOYCOTT
Fair, impartial CANDID
The name of the American army. CONTINENTALARMY
Violent disturbances. CONVULSION
Ruled by a tyrant with absolute power DESPOTISM
Rebellions at home. domestic
provided ENDOWED
Leader of green mountain boys who helped capture fort Ticonderoga. ETHANALLEN
King of England during American revolution. KINGGEORGE
Colonists who were loyal to Britain. LOYALISTS
A force of armed civilians who pledged to defend their colony. MILITIA
Colonists who could be ready to fight at a minutes notice MINUTEMEN
Colonists who supported the colonial rebels PATRIOT
A patriot who warned colonists about British movements. PAULREVERE
Dishonesty, disloyalty PERFIDY
Housing or giving lodging to. QUARTERING
Moral uprightness. RECTITUDE
Founder of the sons of liberty. SAMUELADAMS
British tax on imported sugar and molasses. SUGARACT
Term TENURE
Writer of the declaration of independence. THOMASJEFFERSON

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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

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The American Revolution Crossword

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A group of delegates from each colony or state. It became the first governing body of the United States of America. Continental Congress
A set of documents and laws that define the government of a country. Constitution
A tax placed on the American colonies by the British government. It taxed all sorts of paper documents including newspapers, magazines, and legal documents. Stamp Act
The main governing body of the British government. Parliament
A type of government that is ruled directly by the people. Democracy
The group of thirteen states that united to get her. Confederation
The overthrow of a government to establish a new system. Revolution
A person in America who stayed loyal to Britain and the king Loyalist
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Britain during the Revolutionary War Patriots
The death of innocent people Massacre
A group of ships in the military service Squadron
The American army during the American Revolution Continental Army
was the first President of the United States, the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. George Washington
a war measure that isolates some area of importance to the enemy Blockade
A pamphlet written by Tom Paine during the darkest days of the Revolution for the Patriots that spurred them to keep fighting. "The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot..." The Crisis
The function of members of Congress as elected officials representing the views of their constituents. Representation
A British guard. Sentry

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American Revolution Word Search

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ambush
blockade
british
Cornwallis
George Washington
independence
inflation
mercenary
patriot
privateer
ratify
recruit
seige
Thomas Jefferson
Treaty of paris
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My Brother Sam Is Dead Crossword

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An American colonist who supported the British side during the American Revolution. Tories
Americans demanding independence from Britain. Patriots
Conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch. sedition
U.S. Military. a prison for military personnel. stockade
A place with temporary accommodations consisting of huts or tents, typically for troops or nomads. encampment
An establishment for the sale of beer and other drinks to be consumed on the premises, sometimes also serving food. tavern
The carrying out of a sentence of death on a condemned person execution
The foremost division or the front part of an army vanguard
American colonists who remained loyal to the British Crown during the American Revolutionary War. loyalist
Insufficient for the demand (especially food, money, or some other resource) scarce
An infantryman's light gun with a long barrel, typically smooth-bored, muzzleloading, and fired from the shoulder. musket
Having an obstinately uncooperative attitude toward authority or discipline: recalcitrant
Rise in opposition or armed resistance to an established government or ruler rebel
A rider on horseback, especially a skilled one. horsemen
A surprise attack by people lying in wait in a concealed position ambush
A series of shots fired or missiles thrown all at the same time or in quick succession fusillade

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