Vocabulary
The Acts
Conflict in the colonies
Talkin' about a massacre
Response of colonists
100

Having the power to make laws

Legislative 

100

What did the sugar act tax?

Sugar 
100

This war was fought between the French and British

French and Indian War 

100

When Boston citizens were shot at by British Soldiers

Boston Massacre 

100

A way of protesting when you refuse to purchase goods from a company or country

Boycott 

200

A public or official announcement

Proclamation 

200

This taxed items such as legal papers and playing cards in the colonies

Stamp Act 

200

This act passed after the French and Indian War to prevent colonists from going West 

Proclamation of 1763

200

Violent of disturbance of the peace by a crowd

Riot

200

When goods are shipped or brought into a country

Imports 

300

A written request

Petition 

300

This forced the colonies to pay for housing the British military within the colonies

Quartering Act 

300

The French would ally with this group to fight the British

The Native Americans/Indians

300

Brutal slaughter of people

Massacre 

300

When goods are shipped or sent to another country

Export 

400

To prove that you are right and fair 

Justify 
400

This taxed imported goods such as paper, glass, lead and tea to the colonies

Townshend Acts 

400

Taxes created in order to pay for this

British soldiers/French and Indian War

400

Spreading of information to create an emotional response

Propaganda 

400

How would the colonists punish the tax collectors 

Tar and feather

500

A supreme ruler, especially a monarch 

Sovereign 

500

This stated a boundary would be created that prevented colonists from going west

Proclamation of 1763

500

Governing body of Great Britain

Parliament 

500

Name of captain at Boston Massacre

Boston Massacre 

500

Name of the group that punished the tax collectors

Sons of Liberty 

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