anonymous
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How did Great Britain punish the colonists of Massachusetts for the actions of the Patriots? enacted the Stamp Act enacted the Townshend Acts enacted the Quartering Act enacted the Navigation Acts
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anonymous
  • anonymous
hold on
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer is b
anonymous
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As Tories ate, drank, and boasted about a recent murder in Nancy Hart’s home, she kept quiet as the Tories boasted of their murder sent her daughters to sound the alarm for help while quietly taking the soldier's rifles engaged in battle against all the Tories by herself and won protected her family by feeding the Tories

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anonymous
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@brooklyn_boii
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@Brooklyn_Boiii
anonymous
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the anser is b
anonymous
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Objection to the Stamp Act, the Townshend Acts, and the Intolerable Acts led to the first battle of the Revolutionary War, which took place in Philadelphia Savannah Boston Lexington and Concord
anonymous
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@Brooklyn_Boiii
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer is c
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The surrender of British General Cornwallis was a turning point of the war Prisoners in Georgia's militia were released from British prisons The Patriot victory encouraged the French to join the Patriot cause The Patriot victory officially ended the war 2 points Save Answer QUESTION 5 How many representatives from Georgia attended the Second Continental Congress? one seven three five 2 points Save Answer QUESTION 6 What did the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence state? that the colonists were an independent nation a list of twenty-seven complaints how King GeorgeIII had led the colonists to seek independence how the colonists felt about democracy 2 points Save Answer QUESTION 7 In 1777 and 1778, Georgian members of the Continental Army unsuccessfully tried to capture _______ and parts of east Florida. Augusta St. Augustine Kettle Creek Savannah 2 points Save Answer QUESTION 8 To pay for the French and Indian War, the British levied _______ on the colonies. laws imports acts taxes
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@Brooklyn_Boiii lol
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anonymous
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b,c,a, thats for the first three
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ok

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