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Pre-Revolution Review

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Pre-Revolution
4.
a. Mercantilism
3. A result of the French and Indian War.
a. The French conquered the English colonies.
5.
a. Upset colonists
13.
a. George Washington
1. The Sugar Act, Stamp Act and Intolerable Acts did all of the following EXCEPT -
a. Tax colonists

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c. Boston Tea Party
2.
a. Brits

7. The Sons of Liberty used this in order to communicate with other colonies.

c. Snap chat
10.
a. Battle of Bunker Hill
9. At the First Continental Congress all the delegates wanted to declare Independence from Great Britain.
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11.
a. Continental Army

12. Referred to as the "Shot heard round the world."
a. Bunker Hill

Proclamation Line of 1763
8. This Law banned the Colonists from trading with other countries.
A. Stamp Act
B. Sugar Act
C. Navigation Acts
14. An example of Civil Disobedience
A. Boston Massacre
B. Boston Tea Party
C. Lexington and Concord
16. The Stamp Act and Sugar Act were taxes meant to help pay for-
a. British defense of the Colonies
b. King George's Crown
c. the tea destroyed during the Boston Tea Party
15. A result of the French and Indian War.
a. The Colonists had to pay higher taxes
b. France conquered North America
c. The Natives defeated the French
18. "No taxation without _______"
a. a Cotton Plantation
b. Representation
c. a proper vacation
20. The Stamp Act, Sugar Act, Intolerable Acts, etc. were all designed to -
a. Control the colonies
b. Give the colonists freedom
c. Punish the Colonies
17. The Stamp Act, Sugar Act, Intolerable Acts, etc. all contributed to the beginning of the-
a. American Civil War
b. First World War
c. American Revolution
19.
a. Albany Plan
b. Virginia Plan
c. New Jersey Plan
21. What is the main idea of Ben Franklin's Albany Plan?
a. The colonies must unite
b. The Colonists must respect the King
c. The Colonies must revolt!
22. This act declared that parliament had supreme authority over the colonies in America.
a. Coercive Acts
b. Declaratory Act
c. Sugar Act
25. This group of rebels planned and organized protests against the British government.
a. 2nd Cousins of Liberty
b. Sons of Liberty
c. Quakers
24. Colonists boycotted British goods in order to-
b. create economic hardship for British merchants.
a. Please the King
c. Impress their girlfriends
26. Colonists protested the Tea Act by-
a. Drinking British Tea only
b. Tar and Feathering Tories
d. Dumping tea in Boston Harbor
23. The Proclamation of 1763 blocked settlers from moving past what mountain range?
c. Rockies
a. Appalachian
b. Sierra Nevada
27. According to the rebels, Great Britain violated their _____________ as Englishmen.
a. property
b. rights
c. faces
29. The various laws and acts passed by Great Britain limited the colonists'-
a. Freedom
b. financial earning power
c. right to own guns
34. The Proclamation of 1763 limited interaction between colonists and ________.
a. Redcoats
b. Natives
c. French fur trappers
30. The Rebels wanted representation in Parliament.
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28. The first example of the colonies working together against the British.
a. Albany Plan
b. Stamp Act Congress
c. First Continental Congress
31. This Act gave Parliament supreme authority to govern the colonies.
a. Prohibitory
b. Stamp
c. Declaratory
32. Five citizens were killed by Redcoats on March 5, 1770.
b. Boston Tea Party
a. Boston Massacre
c. Boston Legal
33. "NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION!"
a. Sam Adams
b. King George III
c. Isaac Wilkins
35. Civil Disobedience
a. Violent Protest
b. Nonviolent Protest
c. Paying your taxes
40. Mercantilism was unpopular with Colonists because it-
a. Restricted trade
b. ate their babies.
c. allowed free trade
41. Tories were -
a. Lame
b. Loyal to the King
c. Kicked out of America
36. Rebels supported
a. The Revolution
b. The King
c. the Stamp Act
38. The colonists stopped buying goods from Britain. This form of protest is known as-
a. violent protest
b. Subterfuge
c. a Boycott
39.
a. The American Revolution
b. French and Indian War
c. King George's War
37. Because the colonies were far away from Great Britain and they needed to make laws, they established-
a. representative governments
b. a King in America
c. Virtual Representation
hint: House of Burgesses
c. Calvinism
b. Free Enterprise
c. The French lost their North American territories.
b. The Natives won their independence.
c. Made Spain nervous
b. Pacified the Natives
c. Ben Franklin
b. John Adams
b. Anger colonists
c. Allow colonial representation in Parliament
a. Native attack
b. Boston Massacre
c. Limey Buggers
b. Redcoats
a. SMS and Gchat
b. Committees of Correspondence
c. Boston Massacre
b. Lexington and Concord
c. Sheriff
b. Colonial Militia
c. Battle of Brooklyn
b. Lexington and Concord
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