5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What was impressment?
- What was Queen Elizabeth's famous quote?
- Shays' Rebellion
- What is Mercantilism? Cash Crop? An Apprentice?
- A French official at the end of the war
- a it was the forceable capture of american soildiers and put into the british navy
- b "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."
- c "I may not be a lion, but I am a lion's cub, and I have a lion's heart."
- d economic theory where a country's wealth is measured by gold and silver (exporting greater than imports), A crop that is grown to be sold for money instead of being used for personal needs, someone who learns trade from a master crafts person
- e was led by Daniel Shays it was a protest against the land being taken away and they were aked to pay taxes with gold coins when they were getting paid with gold coins
5 Multiple choice questions
- Americans wanted to be independent but England needed money from taxes from the Americas so they would not let them become independent
- they had no vote in parliment if they had to pay or not and England said they were being represented by other Englishmen
- Roanoke island, Jamestown
- all states attended except GA and RI
- Spain said it was conquering was for GOD,glory, and gold but they really wanted GOLD, GLORY, and god
5 True/False questions
the 3 major foreign countries who came to America's aid in terms of national support → France,Spain,Holand
How was the French and Indian War part of a longer conflict? → A plan by Ben Franklin to "unite the colonies"
What was the Albany Plan? Who originally thought of it? → Britain basically ignored the colonies before the French and Indian war it ended because England needed tax money from the colonies
Phyrric victory → a victory that is exceptionally costly in terms of troops an example is Bunker Hill
Who was (is) known as the Father of the Country? The Father of the Constitution? The Father of the National Debt? → 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