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  1. Effects of the Act
  2. Proclamation Act of 1763
  3. Coercive asts helped unification of colonies against Britian how?
  4. Special Independence dates
  5. Quartering Act 1765
  1. a Increased amount of smuggling in the colonies so Britian made it so that smuggling cases were sent to British courts. The Act mostly effected colonial merchants, rum distillers, and ship owners/builders.
  2. b Law requiring colonists to feed and house British soldiers
  3. c June 7th 1776- Richard Henry Lee's 3 prong resoulution is accepted July 2nd, 1776- Congress officicially declares Independence July 4th, 1776- Congress formally adopts the declaration of Independence. No turning back now.
  4. d Was a law banning the settlement of people west of the Appalachian mts.
  5. e Depended colonists hostility toward Britian. Colonists everywhere felt sympathy for Boston and sent money and food to offset the affects of the Port Bill.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Patrick Henry was the delagate from VA to go to 1rst and 2nd continental congresses. "Give me liberty or give me death." Also there was Thomas Paine who was a Britiah immagrant who thought that the people of a free country should rule themselves. Wrote Common Sense which transformed an unorganized colonial rebellion into a unified moment by selling many copies so everyone knew what was going on.
  2. Taxed foriegn sugar, mollases, and several other things
  3. Samuel Adams, Paul Revere-famous ride,John Hanncock,James Otis- No taxation without representation(just a slogan)
  4. June 7th of 1776, Richard Henry Lee of VA proposed a resolution for Independence(3 prong resolution) and it was accepted.
  5. Unanimous vote chose General George Washington from VA to be Commander in Chief. "For the Defense of American Liberty."

5 True/False questions

  1. 5 people helping to draft the DeclarationPetition passed by 2nd continental congress pledging its loyalty to england and asking for a peaceful end to the conflict. King George the III rejects it and orders British ships to blockade all shipping to the colonies.


  2. Stamp Act of 1765Taxed placed on all printed material. People prtested it harshly because they felt that they weren't represented in parlament. Sons of Liberty was formed in protest to the Act.


  3. Prime Minister Townshend9 delegates from 9 colonies create a more unified resistance and draft Declaration of Rights which states only colonial taxes can be put on them.


  4. First Continental Congress- Oct. 1774Meeting of 56 delagates to discuss their grievances about the Coercive and Quebec Acts and wether or not they're going to break from england, some do and some don't.


  5. Order of Prime MinistersWilliam Pitt, George Grenville, William Pitt, Charles Townshend, and Lord North