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  1. Fort Oswego, Fort William Henry
  2. Committee of Correspondence
  3. Tea Act
  4. Pontiac's War
  5. Townshend Acts
  1. a laws passed in 17637 that taxed goods such as glass, lead, paint, paper, lead, and tea
  2. b 1773, let company bypass tea merchants and sell directly to colonists
  3. c a 1763 conflict between the Native Americans and the British over settlement of Indian lands in the Great Lakes area
  4. d French succeeded in capturing these forts- Britain's allies began to doubt the British
  5. e letter writing campaign that became a major tool of protest in the colonies from Massachusetts

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. a field near Quebec and the sight of a major British Victory over the French in the French and Indian War
  2. formal written request to someone in authority; signed by a group of people
  3. from Massachusetts, wrote plays that made fun of British officials (Daughters of Liberty)
  4. from Virginia, gave speeches that stirred others in action
  5. a war that took place from 1754 to 1763 between England and France that led to the end of French power in North America

5 True/False Questions

  1. Treaty of Parisa 1763 argument that ended the French and Indian War and marked the end of French power in North America

          

  2. Repeal1773, let company bypass tea merchants and sell directly to colonists

          

  3. First Continental Congress1774, delegates from all colonies accept Georgia, met in Philadelphia, agreed to support Boston

          

  4. Writs of Assistancea 1763 argument that ended the French and Indian War and marked the end of French power in North America

          

  5. George Washingtonfrom Virginia, joined in protesting the Townshend Acts

          

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