5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Tell of the British enforcements of mercantilism and discipline in the years after the French and Indian War?
- Who was (is) known as the Father of the Country? The Father of the Constitution? The Father of the National Debt?
- What truly happened at the Boston Massacre? Why did John Adams defend the soldiers?
- While Spain came for gold and France set up trading companies, why did England want to start colonies? Why did their people want to leave England?
- John Adams, quoting the Marquess di Beccaria
- a England started colonies so that they could get taxes because they were in debt from the french and indian war but he people went for religious freedom
- b they only allowed trade with england and no other foriegn countries
- c George Washington, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton
- d "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"
- e Colonists were attacking british troops so they fired in self defense, He said all should be treated equal
5 Multiple choice questions
- the northwest passage
- 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
- Roanoke island, Jamestown
- Alexander Hamilton, Henry Knox, something Randolf(idk if u know click edit the password is<3) and Thomas Jefferson.
- The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, added after the Constitution was ratified, in order to protect individuals from a strong central goverment
5 True/False questions
How was the French and Indian War part of a longer conflict? → the war put England in debt so they taxed the Americas
What were the Intolerable Acts? → They were passed as a punishment from the Boston Tea Party. The port of Boston was shutdown, colonists couldn't hold town meetings, officers had to be tried in England or Canada, there was a new Quartering Act passed
What is Mercantilism? Cash Crop? An Apprentice? → 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
Who was Metacomet? → he wrote the pamphlet Common Sense (1776) arguing for American independence from Britain.
What were the main points of the Treaty of Paris of 1783? → the British agreed to give the US the Mississippi River as a western boundary IF the US would sign the treaty ignoring its French allies The US also promised to pay Loyalists for the property they lost or had had destroyed. The British also had to remove all british troops from america