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Q: Who captured British tax collectors?
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Who was captured by british tax collectors?

patrick henry


Did Benjamin Franklin capture british tax collectors?

no


What happened after the British troops captured New York?

the boson tea party where they dumped all the tea out oh and tar and feathering tax collectors


How did British loyalists aid in the war efforts?

Some people joined the British army to show their loyalty. Others became tax collectors. But that was a dangerous job because tax collectors were tarred and feathered by the Colonists.


What did sons of liberty do to tax collectors?

The Sons of Liberty tarred and feathered tax collectors as a form of protest against British taxation policies. This violent action was meant to intimidate tax collectors and discourage them from carrying out their duties.


What secret colonial society used violence to scare British tax collectors?

Sons of liberty


What did colonist do to tax collectors?

they put tar and feathers on the british tax collectors


Who wove their own cloth?

Most women during American colonization times wove their own cloth.


The sons of liberty virtually led a terrorist campaign against British tax collectors during the colonial agitation over the stamp act?

Yes, it is true that the sons of liberty virtually led a terrorist campaign against British tax collectors during the colonial agitation over the stamp act?


What did the ''Whiskey Boys ''do to tax collectors?

The whiskey boys hurt the tax collectors all the time.


How did patriots feel about the stamp act?

The Patriots did not like this law. They responded in violence, like running the Tax Collectors out of town, and the Patriots also boycotted. There were mobs of British citizens roaming the streets and breaking into the Tax Collectors Homes, and breaking their furniture.


What did the patriots do before the war?

They were really mean to British tax collectors. They tarred and feathered them, stoned them, and insulted them (even though the collectors probably where just doing their job and were not gung-ho about the cause).