SonsofLibertya Patriot groupof men involvedin protests andacts of violenceagainst BritishMinutemencivilians whowere readyto fight at aminutesnotcieMilitiaa militaryforce madeup ofordinarycitizens"No TaxationWithoutRepresentation"a phrase spokenabout how theColonists had nosay in the BritishgovernmentBostonMassacrebegan as anargument/riotbut then shotswere fired andColonists werekilledQuarteringActcolonists mustgive Britishsoldiershouse andsuppliesTheFrenchand IndianWarwar withEngland andFrance; Englandtaxed Coloniesto pay their wardebtProclamationof 1763English colonistscould not settlewest of theAppalachianMountainsPaulReverecreated a famouspicture of the BostonMassacre and thenlater warning theColonists that theBritish were comingSugarActlowered tax onmolasses buttaxed itemssuch as sugar,wine, andcoffeeTeaActColonistscould onlybuy tea fromEngland1stContinentalCongress1st meeting ofrepresentativesfrom theColonies aboutthe taxes beingplaced on themTownshendActstax on glass,paint, tea,lead, andpaperBoycotta refusalto buygoodsStampActplaced a taxon anythingprinted onpaperPatriotAmericancolonist whowanted theirindependencefrom BritainBattle ofLexingtonthe "shotheardround theworld"BostonTeaPartyPatriots disguisedthemselves asNatives and threwtea into the BostonHarborPropagandaideas orinformation thatmay not be truebut createdmore support forthat sideBritain'sSoldierswell trainedarmy whowore brightred jacketsCrispusAttucksAfricanAmerican manwho was killedduring theBostonMassacreDaughtersof Libertygroup of Patriotwomen who maketheir own clothesand other goodsso not to buy themfrom BritishLoyalistAmericancolonist whoremainedloyal toEnglandBattle ofConcordBritish went to findweapons here, butthere weren't any, sothey retreated.Beginning of theRevolutionary WarSonsofLibertya Patriot groupof men involvedin protests andacts of violenceagainst BritishMinutemencivilians whowere readyto fight at aminutesnotcieMilitiaa militaryforce madeup ofordinarycitizens"No TaxationWithoutRepresentation"a phrase spokenabout how theColonists had nosay in the BritishgovernmentBostonMassacrebegan as anargument/riotbut then shotswere fired andColonists werekilledQuarteringActcolonists mustgive Britishsoldiershouse andsuppliesTheFrenchand IndianWarwar withEngland andFrance; Englandtaxed Coloniesto pay their wardebtProclamationof 1763English colonistscould not settlewest of theAppalachianMountainsPaulReverecreated a famouspicture of the BostonMassacre and thenlater warning theColonists that theBritish were comingSugarActlowered tax onmolasses buttaxed itemssuch as sugar,wine, andcoffeeTeaActColonistscould onlybuy tea fromEngland1stContinentalCongress1st meeting ofrepresentativesfrom theColonies aboutthe taxes beingplaced on themTownshendActstax on glass,paint, tea,lead, andpaperBoycotta refusalto buygoodsStampActplaced a taxon anythingprinted onpaperPatriotAmericancolonist whowanted theirindependencefrom BritainBattle ofLexingtonthe "shotheardround theworld"BostonTeaPartyPatriots disguisedthemselves asNatives and threwtea into the BostonHarborPropagandaideas orinformation thatmay not be truebut createdmore support forthat sideBritain'sSoldierswell trainedarmy whowore brightred jacketsCrispusAttucksAfricanAmerican manwho was killedduring theBostonMassacreDaughtersof Libertygroup of Patriotwomen who maketheir own clothesand other goodsso not to buy themfrom BritishLoyalistAmericancolonist whoremainedloyal toEnglandBattle ofConcordBritish went to findweapons here, butthere weren't any, sothey retreated.Beginning of theRevolutionary War

The Road to Revolution - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. a Patriot group of men involved in protests and acts of violence against British
    Sons of Liberty
  2. civilians who were ready to fight at a minutes notcie
    Minutemen
  3. a military force made up of ordinary citizens
    Militia
  4. a phrase spoken about how the Colonists had no say in the British government
    "No Taxation Without Representation"
  5. began as an argument/riot but then shots were fired and Colonists were killed
    Boston Massacre
  6. colonists must give British soldiers house and supplies
    Quartering Act
  7. war with England and France; England taxed Colonies to pay their war debt
    The French and Indian War
  8. English colonists could not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains
    Proclamation of 1763
  9. created a famous picture of the Boston Massacre and then later warning the Colonists that the British were coming
    Paul Revere
  10. lowered tax on molasses but taxed items such as sugar, wine, and coffee
    Sugar Act
  11. Colonists could only buy tea from England
    Tea Act
  12. 1st meeting of representatives from the Colonies about the taxes being placed on them
    1st Continental Congress
  13. tax on glass, paint, tea, lead, and paper
    Townshend Acts
  14. a refusal to buy goods
    Boycott
  15. placed a tax on anything printed on paper
    Stamp Act
  16. American colonist who wanted their independence from Britain
    Patriot
  17. the "shot heard round the world"
    Battle of Lexington
  18. Patriots disguised themselves as Natives and threw tea into the Boston Harbor
    Boston Tea Party
  19. ideas or information that may not be true but created more support for that side
    Propaganda
  20. well trained army who wore bright red jackets
    Britain's Soldiers
  21. African American man who was killed during the Boston Massacre
    Crispus Attucks
  22. group of Patriot women who make their own clothes and other goods so not to buy them from British
    Daughters of Liberty
  23. American colonist who remained loyal to England
    Loyalist
  24. British went to find weapons here, but there weren't any, so they retreated. Beginning of the Revolutionary War
    Battle of Concord