The Navigation Acts passed between 1660 and 1696
Defined the role colonies would play within the future British Empire.
Religious revivalism appealed to many in New England in the 1730s because
Young people from poorer families were unhappy with the economic future they faced.
William Pitt's policies leading to the ultimate British victory in the Seven Years' War included all of the following EXCEPT
Drafting of large amounts of colonists who became the core of British forces in North America.
The Indian people of the Ohio Valley
Hoped for a stalemate in the Seven Years' War.
In the treaty of Paris ending the French and Indian War
The French lost their North American empire to the British.
The Royal Proclamation of 1763
Set aside an area west of the Appalachians as "Indian Country".
The primary weapons that colonial opponents of the various revenue acts used to force their repeal was
Nonimportation and non consumption.
The law that provoked the Boston Tea Party
Actually lowered the price of tea.
The Declaration and Resolves passed at the Continental Congress in 1774 committed the colonies to
Economic sanctions prohibiting importation and consumption of British goods and export of colonial goods to other parts of the empire.
The Quebec Act covered an area that extended as far south as
British West Florida.
Which of the following is NOT true of American men who fought in the Revolution?
Patriot militia were the most important group in winning battles
Which of the following is not one of provisions of the Treaty of Paris in 1783?
Loyalists would not be compensated for their loss of land
The Congress under the Articles of Confederation did not have the authority to:
Tax citizens directly
The type of state governments established in New York, MD, and Penn after the Revolution indicated
Balance of political power between conservative and democratic elements.