War of Independence
Boston Tea Party
War of the States
Fight the colonists
Be free of British rule
Return to England
The roads at the time were narrow and rough.
The ships were a cheaper way to travel.
You wouldn't be caught by the enemy if you traveled by water.
There were businesses like tobacco farming and indigo dyeing.
There were businesses like shipbuilding, fishing, whaling, and shipping goods.
There were businesses like crops. Growing fruits, vegetables, and wheat.
They were known for their shipbuilding and whaling skills.
They were known for their ability to grow just tobacco.
They were known for their good soil and ability to grow fruit, vegetables, and grains.
They made a living by growing tobacco, rice, and indigo plants.
They made a living by growing fruits, vegetables, and grains.
They made a living by building ships and whaling.
The British helped to feed the early colonists when they arrived in the British Colonies.
The British helped protect the colonists from Native American enemies and kept other countries like France and Spain from invading.
The British allowed the colonists to choose where they would like to live.
The Patriots threw the tea into the harbor because they were upset that they were not allowed to buy any other types of tea.
The Patriots threw the tea into the harbor because the British wouldn't let them out of the harbor.
The Patriots threw the tea into the harbor because the British had refused to drop the taxes on tea.
The British offered to pay them to fight.
The British promised to give them land.
The British gave them freedom for helping.
Unfair government rule
A small colony
Paying too much for something.
A team of strong athletes
A troop of professional soldiers
A group of citizen soldiers
The Patriots who fought at Lexington
A large group of English loyalists
An assembly of people who make laws.
A vacation during war time
An agreement for peace
A place used as an escape