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5 Matching questions

  1. King George III
  2. Boston Massacre
  3. Paul Revere
  4. Nathanael Greene
  5. minutemen
  1. a the general who led the American armies against Cornwallis in the South and won
  2. b king of England who heavily taxed the American colonies
  3. c Massachusetts patriots who said they could be ready to fight at a minute's notice
  4. d an angry encounter between colonists and British soldiers in March of 1770 in which five colonists were killed
  5. e a well-known Boston patriot and silversmith who is known for his famous midnight ride to warn the colonists at Lexington, "The British are coming!"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the first major battle in the War for Independence fought on June 17, 1775; the British won, but it showed them that the Americans could fight
  2. Two branches of Congress
  3. the turning point of the American War for Independence
  4. a French frontier stronghold where the British were defeated during the French and Indian War
  5. a form of government in which the people and their elected representatives are limited by a constitution

5 True/False questions

  1. Quebec Actextended the boundaries of Quebec as far west as the Mississippi River and as far south as the Ohio River; thus the frontier land in the Ohio Valley for which the colonists had fought so valiantly was closed to them

          

  2. New York Cityplace where General Washington's victory led to the surrender of the British army

          

  3. July 14, 1777date George Washington presented the first flag to Congress; celebrated as Flag Day today

          

  4. John Hancockan angry encounter between colonists and British soldiers in March of 1770 in which five colonists were killed

          

  5. First Ammendmentgives Americans freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom of assembly

          

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