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occurred in 1770, known as incident on king street by British Boston Massacre
crown appointed by English troops were surrounded by mob of hecklers throwing objects Boston Massacre
five killed, six wounded Boston Massacre
among the dead was a free black man, Crispus Attucks Boston Massacre
soldiers were defended by John Adams Boston Massacre
8 were charged 2 convicted of manslaughter Boston Massacre
Paul Revere engraving immortalizes event Boston Massacre
first direct tax on colonists imprisoned by England and Parliament Stamp Act
tax paid for troops stationed in America after the French and Indian War Stamp Act
all paper with stamp produced in London Stamp Act
Americans could only pay tax with British Pound and not colonial script Stamp Act
Act was repealed in 1766 Stamp Act
replaced by Declaratory Act Stamp Act
colonists begin the refrain "No taxation without Representation" Stamp Act
written anonymously in early 1776 Common Sense
Thomas Paine later known as author Common Sense
Paine emigrated from England in 1774 Common Sense
written in plain, and simple language Common Sense
Paine argued that it was ridiculous for an island country to rule a continent and Britain ruled only by self interest Common Sense
became the largest circulated documentation in American history in relation to population Common Sense
John Adams stated "without the pen of the author of Common Sense, the sword of Washington would have been raised in vain." Common Sense
British officer during the French and Indian War George Washington
commander of Revolutionary Forces-Continental Army George Washington
presided over Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia George Washington
1st president and only one elected unanimously George Washington
established important groundwork for future presidents-the cabinet and inaugural address George Washington
owned a large plantation in Virginia named Mount Vernon George Washington
only Founding Father to emancipate all his slaves at death (no children) George Washington
came about through anti-federalists push Bill of Rights
central figures were John Hancock and Samuel Adams Bill of Rights
James Madison proposed 39 additions Bill of Rights
12 were accepted by congress Bill of Rights
10 were voted on an passed by the states Bill of Rights
provides protection from the government Bill of Rights
influenced by George Manson's 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights Bill of Rights
written by Thomas Jefferson with input from John Adams Declaration of Independence
approved by vote on July 2, 1776 Declaration of Independence
signed on July 4, 1776, and then lost Declaration of Independence
established the U.S.A. Declaration of Independence
official copy was signed on August 2, 1776 Declaration of Independence
56 delegates signed this Declaration of Independence
author of Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
3rd president of United States Thomas Jefferson
anti-federalist Thomas Jefferson
acquired the Louisiana Purchase in 1805 Thomas Jefferson
Founder of the University of Virginia Thomas Jefferson
had several kids with slave Sally Hemmings Thomas Jefferson
died on July 4, 1826, same day as John Adams Thomas Jefferson
opening of organized armed rebellion against Great Britain on April 19, 1775 Lexington and Concord
militia was led by captain John Parker Lexington and Concord
1/4 of militia was related to captain Lexington and Concord
militias intent was to show unity against British Parker Lexington and Concord
8 Americans died Lexington and Concord
father was an immigrant from France named Apollos Rivoire Paul Revere
main occupation was silversmith Paul Revere
became famous for Boston Massacre engraving Paul Revere
participated in Boston Tea Party Paul Revere