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5 Matching questions

  1. John Adams
  2. French and Indian War
  3. Boston Tea Party
  4. Pontiac's War
  5. Minutemen
  1. a a war that took place from 1754 to 1763 between England and France that led to the end of French power in North America
  2. b a 1763 conflict between the Native Americans and the British over settlement of Indian lands in the Great Lakes area
  3. c colonists dressed as Indians, threw tea off boats
  4. d prepared to fight at a minute's notice, carried musket around
  5. e from Massachusetts, had a knowledge of British law that earned his respect

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Franklin proposed this plan for "one general government"- colonial assemblies turned this plan down
  2. a 1763 law that placed new duties on legal documents, taxed newspapers, almanacs, playing cards, and dice
  3. Became the new head of British government- sent his best generals, money, and supplies to North America
  4. four laws, very harsh
  5. legal document that allowed British custom officials to inspect a ship's cargo without giving a reason

5 True/False questions

  1. Mercy Otis Warrenfrom Massachusetts, wrote plays that made fun of British officials (Daughters of Liberty)

          

  2. Paul Revereto cancel, stop

          

  3. Proclamation of 1763taxed legal documents, taxed newspapers, almanacs, playing cards, and dice- colonists protested angrily, coined the slogan "No taxation without representation", drew up a petition, boycotted to buy British goods, Parliament repealed the Stamp Act

          

  4. Townshend Actstaxed glass, paper, paint, lead, and tea, set up new ways to collect taxes such as writs of assistance- merchants and planters signed an agreement to stop imported taxed goods, started the Sons of Liberty and Daughters of Liberty, colonists did mock hangings, petitions, boycotted, and sent threats

          

  5. Patrick Henryfrom Virginia, gave speeches that stirred others in action