5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- William Pitt on the French
- Who were some of the other European countries involved with colonizing America?
- How were the Spanish and the French different in their approach to colonization?
- How did the results of the French and Indian war hurt the relationship between England and its American colonists?
- Why was it important to assume all the debts?
- a "I would have been content to bring France to her knees, now I will not rest until I have laid her on her back."
- b Americans wanted to be independent but England needed money from taxes from the Americas so they would not let them become independent
- c the french were good to the indians so that they could develop a fur trade, but the spanish made the indians their slaves and were very mean to them
- d Spain, Britain, Holland, France
- e so we could get a national credit
5 Multiple choice questions
- "They stand no longer in need of her protection. She will call on them to contribute towards supporting the burdens they have helped bring on to her, and they will answer by striking off all dependence."
- middle,south, and north
- Queen Elizabeth
- nobility or social prominence
- "If I can be but the instrument of preserving one life, his blessing or tears of transport shall be sufficient consolation to me, for the contempt of all mankind"
5 True/False questions
What are the lengths of terms of office for President, Senator, Representative, and Supreme Court Judge? → The 3/5 compromise (all slaves are counted as 3/5 of a person) the Great compromise (a compromise creating the house and senate) and the electoral college
How did England make up for it naval inferiority with its private fleet? → Henry VIII
Why were the Americans upset over the taxes that they had to pay? What was the British view on this? → they had no vote in parliment if they had to pay or not and England said they were being represented by other Englishmen
An American soldier giving reason why he fought → "We have always governed ourselves."
Phyrric victory → "More weight!"