5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Board of Trade
- Peace of Paris (1763)
- John Dickenson
- Proclamation of 1763
- a These were vigilante groups active in the 1760s and 1770s in the western parts of North and South Carolina. They violently protested high taxes and insufficient representation in the colonial legislature.
- b No settling west of the Appelacian Mountains
- c Letters of a Pennsylvania Farmer, Rewrote Olive Branch Petition, did not attend the signing of the declaration of independance.
- d British overseer of all matters pertaining to colonial trade and laws
- e A treaty between France and England which finally brought peace between the two. The treaty signed in 1763 gave Brittian some former French colonies at the West Indies, most of their territory in India and Canada and all their North American land east of the Mississippi. New Orleans and lands west of the Mississippi went to Spain.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The first bloodshed of the Amercan Revolution, as British guards at the Boston Customs House opened fire on a crowd killing five americans
- Four coercive acts directed mainly at punishing the people of Boston, Massachusetts and bringing the dissidents under control. The Port Act. The MA government Act. The Administration of Justice Act. Quartering Act
- His appointment in 1757 as British prime minister was perhaps the turning point in the French and Indian War. He concentrated on Montreal & Quebec, captured Louisbourg (1st victor for British), & chose Jame Wolfe to capture Quebec
- Pledges to boycott, or decline to purchase, certain goods from abroad.
- Tax on sugar and molasses
5 True/False questions
John Adams → Lawyer who defended British soldiers in the Boston Massacre trial. He believed in "innocent until proven guilty." In spite of these actions, he supported colonial independence. Second US president and first vice.
Olive Branch Petition → Killed French leader on a trip to the Ohio River valley to secure the land of Virginians who had purchased it. Fort Necessity. Blamed for the defeat of the militia.
Marquis de Lafayette → He joined Washington. His presence in America indicated that the French king, Louis XVI recognized US independence.
Louisburg → The name of John Hancock's ship
King Louis XIV → Took huge interest in creating colonies abroad unlike other earlier French Kings. Absolute power. Caused great debt for France