Topic 3, Lesson 1
Topic 3, Lesson 2
Topic 3, Lesson 3
100

having a large area or scope

Extensive

100

to cancel, remove law

Repeal

100

a colonist who remained loyal to Britain

Loyalist

200

A nation that works with another nation for a common purpose

Ally

200

To use to buy or use certain goods or service

Boycott

200

A colonist who favored war against Britain

Patriot

300

A war that took place 1754 to 1763 that led to the end of French power in North America

French and Indian War

300

A formal written request to someone to authority that is signed by a group of people

Petition

300

An army of citizens who serve as soldiers during an emergency

Militia

400

A proposal By Benjamin to create a unified government for the British colonies.

Albany plan of Union

400

A letter writing campaign that became a major tool of protest in the colonies

Committee of Correspondence

400

The refusal to obey unjust laws using nonviolent means

Civil disobedience

500

A 1763 agreement between Britain and France that ended the French and Indian War and transferred much of North America from French to British

Treaty of Paris

500

Illegal document that allows a British customs officer to inspect a ships cargo without giving reason

writ of assistance

500

Colonial Militia Volunteers were prepared to fight out a minute notice.

Minute men

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