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5 Matching questions

  1. First Continental Congress
  2. Stamp Act of 1765
  3. Treaty of Paris
  4. Boycott
  5. Patrick Henry
  1. a a 1763 argument that ended the French and Indian War and marked the end of French power in North America
  2. b taxed legal documents, taxed newspapers, almanacs, playing cards, and dice- colonists protested angrily, coined the slogan "No taxation without representation", drew up a petition, boycotted to buy British goods, Parliament repealed the Stamp Act
  3. c 1774, delegates from all colonies accept Georgia, met in Philadelphia, agreed to support Boston
  4. d from Virginia, gave speeches that stirred others in action
  5. e refusal to buy certain goods and services

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Franklin proposed this plan for "one general government"- colonial assemblies turned this plan down
  2. taxed glass, paper, paint, lead, and tea, set up new ways to collect taxes such as writs of assistance- merchants and planters signed an agreement to stop imported taxed goods, started the Sons of Liberty and Daughters of Liberty, colonists did mock hangings, petitions, boycotted, and sent threats
  3. from Massachusetts, wrote to spur colonists to action (Daughters of Liberty)
  4. colonists outnumbered, 73 redcoats died
  5. a field near Quebec and the sight of a major British Victory over the French in the French and Indian War

5 True/False questions

  1. Benjamin Franklinfrom Massachusetts, wrote to spur colonists to action (Daughters of Liberty)

          

  2. William PittBecame the new head of British government- sent his best generals, money, and supplies to North America

          

  3. Thomas JeffersonGeneral Braddock led colonial troops toward this fort- French launched a surprise attack and defeated Braddock's troops

          

  4. Fort DuquesneGeneral Braddock led colonial troops toward this fort- French launched a surprise attack and defeated Braddock's troops

          

  5. Sugar Act of 1764taxed legal documents, taxed newspapers, almanacs, playing cards, and dice- colonists protested angrily, coined the slogan "No taxation without representation", drew up a petition, boycotted to buy British goods, Parliament repealed the Stamp Act

          

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