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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Townshend Acts of 1767
  2. Committee of Correspondence
  3. Petition
  4. Battle of Lexington and Concord
  5. Samuel Adams
  1. a colonists outnumbered, 73 redcoats died
  2. b taxed 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
  3. c letter writing campaign that became a major tool of protest in the colonies from Massachusetts
  4. d formal written request to someone in authority; signed by a group of people
  5. e from Massachusetts, was a talented organizer, arranged protests and stirred public support

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to cancel, stop
  2. a 1763 law that placed new duties on legal documents, taxed newspapers, almanacs, playing cards, and dice
  3. prepared to fight at a minute's notice, carried musket around
  4. a field near Quebec and the sight of a major British Victory over the French in the French and Indian War
  5. refusal to buy certain goods and services

5 True/False questions

  1. Townshend Actslaws passed in 17637 that taxed goods such as glass, lead, paint, paper, lead, and tea


  2. Fort DuquesneGeneral Braddock led colonial troops toward this fort- French launched a surprise attack and defeated Braddock's troops


  3. Quebec Actset up government for Canada, gave religious freedom to French Catholics


  4. William PittBecame the new head of British government- sent his best generals, money, and supplies to North America


  5. Albany Plan of UnionFranklin proposed this plan for "one general government"- colonial assemblies turned this plan down