The Tea Act of 1773 sparked protest throughout the colonies. The ladies of Edenton, North Carolina joined in by publicly taking a political stance. Resource includes two primary sources and text-dependent questions. Makes a great supplement for your pre-Revolutionary War unit.
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1 adapted primary source with glossary and text-dependent questions*
1 political cartoon with text-dependent questions*
Sample answers and source info
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