5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Why were the Americans upset over the taxes that they had to pay? What was the British view on this?
- What were the main points of the Treaty of Paris of 1783?
- what is blue blood?
- Talk of the Declaration of Independence - Who wrote it? Why did we need it?
- Tell of the Bill of Rights
- a The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, added after the Constitution was ratified, in order to protect individuals from a strong central goverment
- b the British agreed to give the US the Mississippi River as a western boundary IF the US would sign the treaty ignoring its French allies The US also promised to pay Loyalists for the property they lost or had had destroyed. The British also had to remove all british troops from america
- c James Madision, because he wanted to declare America separate from England
- d they had no vote in parliment if they had to pay or not and England said they were being represented by other Englishmen
- e nobility or social prominence
5 Multiple choice questions
- Spain said it was conquering was for GOD,glory, and gold but they really wanted GOLD, GLORY, and god
- "I may not be a lion, but I am a lion's cub, and I have a lion's heart."
- "I would have been content to bring France to her knees, now I will not rest until I have laid her on her back."
- they were more desperate for work, they took less pay, and if they died you didn't have to pay them
- Alexander Hamilton, Henry Knox, something Randolf(idk if u know click edit the password is<3) and Thomas Jefferson.
5 True/False questions
What were the problems of the Articles of Confederation? What success did it have? → Gave all powers to the states; No central authority; Messed up economy; No central government; Had to ask states for permission to tax and take money. It got us through the revolution
What are the lengths of terms of office for President, Senator, Representative, and Supreme Court Judge? → 4 years, 6 years, 2 years, life
Thomas Paine → he wrote the pamphlet Common Sense (1776) arguing for American independence from Britain.
Where was the first English colony? The first successful English colony? → Roanoke island, Jamestown
What was the Albany Plan? Who originally thought of it? → Britain basically ignored the colonies before the French and Indian war it ended because England needed tax money from the colonies