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5 Matching questions

  1. Ben Franklin
  2. Albany Plan of Union
  3. Gen. James Wolfe
  4. Regulator Movements
  5. Charles II and Restoration
  1. a working-class colonist who wrote Poor Richard's Almanac and eventually became prolific inventor, scientist, and politician, involved in the American Enlightenment
  2. b general who lead British forces against French general Louis-Joseph de Montcalm at Quebec
  3. c violent uprising in North Carolina when colonists were unhappy with corrupt officials, colonists took up arms to officials
  4. d period when an English monarch won back his position as king and the British monarchy was reestablished
  5. e plan to establish a supreme governor of the colonies, supported by the Crown, with an assembly of 48 which would deal with native issues in the frontier and levy taxes to support itself

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. church agreement created by Solomon Stoddard in 1662 which allowed descendants of Puritan church members to earn partial church membership, which would lead to an oath of allegiance
  2. conflicting religious points of view during the First Great Awakening, one group embraced changes, other group was wary
  3. tax that was designed to force colonists to buy British molasses due to high duty on non-British molasses
  4. English Bill of Rights which outlined inalienable rights that all English citizens were guaranteed
  5. vigilante mob that massacred many Native Americans in response to what they thought was poor defense from natives and increased tensions from French/Indian War

5 True/False questions

  1. Fort Duquesne/Pittfort at the convergence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, present-day Pittsburg, taken over by British and changed name


  2. Sir Robert Walpolehead of the Dominion of New England, dissolved colonial assemblies, enforced taxes, and tried to take on Puritans


  3. Proclamation of 1763passed by George III to keep colonists from moving west into native lands to prevent further war, designated a line between colonies and native lands


  4. Leisler's Rebellionrebellion of Native Americans all across the frontier against British forts, ended with a peace treaty where the British could house redcoats in forts in exchange for trade


  5. Stono Rebellionascension of Queen Mary II of England and William III of Orange to the British Crown