5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- lexington and concord, massachusetts
- to keep one another informed about events between the colonies and england
- gov. can't put troops in your home without your permission
- be loyal to the monarchy and the british gov.
- a what should colonists do as british subjects?
- b where was the shot heard 'round the world?
- c what was the purpose of the committees of correspondence?
- d when did columbus discover The New World?
- e What is amendment 3?
5 Multiple choice questions
- what groups began to meet after the intolerable acts were passed?
- why did king john sign magna carta?
- what did locke believe?
- When was King Charles 1 forced to sign the Petition of Right?
- what two events changed the relationship between england and the colonies?
5 True/False questions
false → true or false. Bail money is not given back to people at the end of the trial is they are found guilty?
King Charles 1 → Who was forced to sign the Petition of Right?
spain → how many chests of tea did the colonists dump into the boston harbor during the boston tea party?
no taxation without representation → what did the colonists say when britain taxed them and interfered in their lives?
must establish a council of advisors; king can't raise taxes without permission of council; nobles have protection from losing their life, liberty, or property except if they were convicted of a crime/establish due process → what was king george III determined to do?