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HISTORY QUIZ 2 (PART 1)
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The result of General Edward Braddock's effort to capture Fort Duquesne was
a devastating ambush and defeat
During the eighteenth century, the British Atlantic experienced an outburst of Protestant revivalism known as the First Great Awakening.
The French and Indian War is also known as the Seven Years' War.
The Staple Act of 1663 prevented colonists from importing goods that had not been made in England.
The Dominion of New England
NOT- delayed the American Revolution by 75 years
The French and Indian War was triggered by
conflicting French and English claims in the Ohio Valley
William Penn was a member of a relatively new Protestant denomination called the Society of Friends.
James II, the second son of Charles I of England, became king in 1685.
John Locke's social contract theory of government argued that
men have certain rights in the state of nature, including the right to life, liberty, and property
Charles Town (Charleston, South Carolina) was named in honor of Charles II.
The Enlightenment was an intellectual and cultural movement in the eighteenth century that emphasized reason over superstition.
In addition to his Catholicism, King James II kept a standing army in times of peace, which alarmed many Englishmen who saw this as a threat to their liberty.
In the 18th Century, one in five New Yorkers was a slave.
Benjamin Franklin identified as a deist.
A proposed English Toleration Act, which would have allowed greater religious diversity in the empire, failed to pass in Parliament.
Pontiac's Rebellion involved all of the following, EXCEPT
the return of French soldiers to Canada
The major objective of the Tea Act of 1773 was to
bail out the East India Company
The Quartering Act required the colonies to provide provisions and barracks for British soldiers.
When the British ship Gaspee ran aground in Rhode Island, the local population
The French and Indian War left the British government with a significant amount of debt.
The Royal Proclamation of 1763
The Royal Proclamation of 1763
prohibited American settlement west of the Appalachians
Women played no role in the protests against the Stamp Act.
The Paxton Boys staunchly defended the rights of Native Americans.
The Sugar Act of 1764
NOT- doubled the existing tax on molasses
The British government tried to prevent further conflict with Native Americans by creating the Proclamation Line in 1763.
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