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  2. A- Imposing taxes on them without their coennst.Cutting off their trade with all parts of the world.B- The Stamp Act, this tax angered the colonists.c- French & Indian War, Boston Tea Party,British Soldiers in Boston, Battle of Golden Hill, Battle o Saratoga,Cornwallis surronded and Peace Treaty Signed.1- George III.2- American Military Leaders: George Washington,Nathan Hale, Ethan Allen, Richard Montgomery, Benedict Arnold, Francis Marion, Nathanael Greene and Horatio Gates.Patriot Leaders: Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, Sam Adams, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry, James Otis, John Hancock and Richard Henry Lee.Colonists: Paul Revere, William Dawes, Crispus Attucks and Haym Salomon.British Military Leaders: Charles Cornwallis, William Howe, John Burgoyne and Thomas Gage.British Leaders: King George IIIForeign Military Leaders: (France) Marquiis de Lafayette and Comte de Rochambeau,(Prussia) von Steuben,(Poland) Thaddeus Kosciuszko and (Spain) Bernardo de Galvez.3- British soldiers were called redcoats because of the color of their uniforms.4- Causes and EffectsFrench & Indian War More British TaxesBoston Tea Party Intolerable ActsBritish Soldiers in Boston Boston MassacreBattle of Golden Hill First Bloodshed in New YorkBattle of Saratoga French entered warCornwallis surronded British surrender al Yorktown,VirginiaPeace Treaty Signed British Leave New York