5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How did England make up for it naval inferiority with its private fleet?
- Who were some of the leaders of colonial resistance against the british?
- Under what great queen did England really start to grow?
- What was impressment?
- Who was (is) known as the Father of the Country? The Father of the Constitution? The Father of the National Debt?
- a it was the forceable capture of american soildiers and put into the british navy
- b George Washington, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton
- c Queen Elizabeth
- d The Sons of Liberty
- e queen Elizabeth hired private muskateers called the sea doggs to defeat the spanish "invincible" armada
5 Multiple choice questions
- so we could get a national credit
- 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
- they had no vote in parliment if they had to pay or not and England said they were being represented by other Englishmen
- "I would have been content to bring France to her knees, now I will not rest until I have laid her on her back."
- England started colonies so that they could get taxes because they were in debt from the french and indian war but he people went for religious freedom
5 True/False questions
Tell of the British enforcements of mercantilism and discipline in the years after the French and Indian War? → they only allowed trade with england and no other foriegn countries
What was Queen Elizabeth's famous quote? → "I may not be a lion, but I am a lion's cub, and I have a lion's heart."
Who was the first person to discover America → the chief of Wampanoag. he was the war leader of the Wampanoag in King Phillip's war
How did Spain's new-found wealth come to hurt them in the long run? → he kept the u.s nuetral and out of conflict
Who led the Protestant Reformation in England? → Henry VIII