5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- colonies and territory
- a Parliament eventually repealed the Townshend Act but then passed the Declaratory Act, which stated that Parliament had the right to tax and make decisions for the _______ colonies in all cases.
- b With the Proclamation of 1763, the British government set up new provinces and prohibited colonists from moving west of the _____________Mountains
- c After the French and Indian War, the British faced the cahllenge of protectin their interests in the _______ and new _________ they now controlled.
- d With the ________ of 1763, the British government set up new provinces and prohibited colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains.
- e In 1765 Parliament passed the ________ Act, which placed a tax on almost all printed material. The colonist opposed this new law.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The colonists belved thes British actions ________ their rights as English citizens.
- Britain needed new revenue to pay ___________, so they issued new taxes on the colonies an began to enforce existing taxes more striclty.
- ____________ persuaded the Virginia assembly to pass a resolution declaring it had the exclusive right ot tax citizens.
- In colonial cities, people were urged to boycott ________ and European good in protest, and thousands of merchants signed nonimportation agreements.
- Which law stated that Parliament had the right ot tax and make decisions for the Brtish colonies "in all Cases"?
5 True/False questions
nonimportation agreement → What did thousands of merchansts sign during the boycott?
effigies → With the Proclamation of 1763, the British government set up new _________ and prohibited colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains
Townshend → In 1767 Parliament passed a set of laws, known as the ________ Acts, which taxed imported goods.
Parlaiment → ____________ authorized writs of assistance, which allowed customs officers to enter any location to search for smuggled goods.
Provinces → Protesters burned ______ presenting tax collectors and destroyed houses belonging to royal officials