5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- prime minster
- natural rights
- Treaty of Paris (1783)
- a Rights that belong to people simply because they're human.
- b Highest official in a parliamentary government.
- c Treaty that ended the Revolutionary War and in which Britain acknowledged American independence.
- d Military term for a person killed, wounded, captured, or missing in action.
- e To isolate, or close off, a place from outside contact.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- War from 1754 to 1763 between France (allied with Indian nations) and Britain and its colonists, for control of eastern North America.
- Revolutionary War battle in 1777 in New York, a turning point in the war.
- Refusal to buy a certain product or to use a certain service.
- 1765 law passed by the British Parliament that taxed newspapers, legal documents, and other printed materials in the colonists.
- Order by the British king that closed the region west of the Appalachian Mountains to all settlement by colonists.
5 True/False Questions
Loyalist → Person who remained loyal to Great Britain during the Revolution.
inflation → A steady increase in prices over time, reducing the ability to buy.
Comon Sense → Pamphlet written by Thomas Paine and published in January 1776, which called for American independence from Britain.
Second Continental Congress → Assembly of representatives from the colonies that first met in Philadelphia in September 1774.
siege → Tactic in which an enemy is surrouded and starved in order to make it surrender.