Boston Massacre and Boston Tea Party PowerPoint Presentation

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Objective: To examine the events surrounding the Boston Massacre and Boston Tea Party.

Key Terms and People:

- Mercy Otis Warren

- Samuel Adams

- Committees of correspondence

- Quartering Act

- Boston Massacre

- Crispus Attucks

- Sons of Liberty

- Townshend Acts

- British East India Company

- Tea Act

- Boston Tea Party


Video - Boston Massacre (3:00)

Video - John Adams and the Boston Massacre (:59)

Video - John Adams, Boston Massacre attorney (3:05)

Video - The Boston Tea Party (3:15)

Common Core Learning Standards:

Reading Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies - 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9

Total Pages
16 pages
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