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The American Revolution and BNA

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First British governor of French-speaking Quebec
Indian territory west of the Appalacha
American bullies who intimidated those Americans who supported the British king during the revolution.
Americans who supported independence from Britain.
English-speaking BNA colony that is now present-day Ontario.
French-speaking BNA colony that is now present-day Quebec.
The first failed American attempt to invade Canada.
A British law that prevented the Americans from settling on Native lands west of the Appalachian Mountains
A tax that Americans paid on British imported printed goods--like a deck of cards or a newspaper.
Americans who remained faithful to Britain during the Revolution.
The British law that made New France into an official British colony.
The document that ended the Seven Years' War between Britain and France over who would rule North America
Indian territory west of the Appalachian Mountains with very good farmland the American wanted, but where the Royal Proclamation prevented them from settling.
Quebec Lords who were granted parcels of land by the French king that French habitants farmed in exchange for providing fees and services to the Lord.
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The British law that officially divided Quebec into two British colonies: Upper and Lower Canada.
Where colonial leaders disguised a Mohawk Indians boarded British ships and dumped their contents into the Boston harbour.
The battle at this place was where the first shots of the American Revolution were fired.
The nation that helped America defeat the British during the American Revolution.
First British Governor of French-speaking Quebec
The document that ended the Seven Years' War between Britain and France over which nation would rule over North America
A British law that prevented the Americans from settling on Native land west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Quebec Lords who were granted large parcels of land by the French king that French habitants farmed in exchange for providing fees and services to the Lord.
A power the appointed councils of Canada's colonial governments had to stop the laws passed by elected officials.