Module 5.2

By: Alexis Lowery

Intolerable Acts

The Quartering Act actually did not permit soldiers to live in private homes. First they would be placed in barracks, public houses, inns or abandoned barns.
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King George

The "madness" King George is known for didn't start ironically till after the American Revolution. This "madness" might have been a disease called Porphyria.
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Boston Tea Party

Surprisingly, George Washington strongly disapproved the Boston Tea Party. In addition, many people did not fully support the Boston Tea Party until the British reacted and closed the Boston Port.
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Declaration of Independence

Up until the 1990's people did not know that Thomas Jefferson was the main author for the Declaration of Independence.

Patrick Henry

Before Patrick Henry became famous for his words, "Give me liberty or give me death" he was a store clerk, farmer, and a lawyer.
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