5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Talk of the Declaration of Independence - Who wrote it? Why did we need it?
- Why use an Irishman in place of a slave?
- Who led the Protestant Reformation in England?
- the 3 major foreign countries who came to America's aid in terms of national support
- How did Adams' handle the XYZ affair?
- a France,Spain,Holand
- b Henry VIII
- c he kept the u.s nuetral and out of conflict
- d they were more desperate for work, they took less pay, and if they died you didn't have to pay them
- e James Madision, because he wanted to declare America separate from England
5 Multiple choice questions
- An elderly but feisty farmer in Salem, famous for his tendency to file lawsuits. His wife, Martha, is accused of witchcraft, and he himself is eventually held in con-tempt of court and pressed to death with large stones and his last words are "more weight"
- Colonists were attacking british troops so they fired in self defense, He said all should be treated equal
- Alexander Hamilton, Henry Knox, something Randolf(idk if u know click edit the password is<3) and Thomas Jefferson.
- they planned to meet again in a year and they created the Olive branch petion
- 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
5 True/False questions
What was spectral evidence? → it was the forceable capture of american soildiers and put into the british navy
Who was the first person to discover America → the chief of Wampanoag. he was the war leader of the Wampanoag in King Phillip's war
Who was at the Constitutional Convention? Who famously wasn't? → all states attended except GA and RI
William Pitt on the French → nobility or social prominence
What were the main advantages in favor of the Americans in the war? → gurrila warfare- while they lined up to shoot americans hid behind bushes, trees, ect. also we could get troops easyer because our troops were in america wheras they had to ship Eurapean troops from England