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What were the people who lived in the colonies called?
a) Americans b) British c) Canadian d) Mexican
What were the people who lived in Great Britain called?
a) American b) British c) Canadian d) Mexican
Who was the king of Great Britain from 1760 - 1820?
a) King Charles I b) King Edward II c) King George III d) King William IV
Who won the French and Indian War?
a) France b) Great Britain c) Canada d) Indians
What is a tax?
a) Money you are paid for a job. b) Money paid to the soldiers. c) Money paid to the government. d) Money given to the people.
What was the Stamp Act?
a) A law that said Americans had to pay a tax on pencils. b) A law that said Americans had to pay a tax on printed paper. c) A law that said that Americans could not have stamps. d) A law that said the British had to pay a tax on printed paper and stamps.
What is Parliament?
a) American leaders work together to make the laws in Parliament. b) British leaders work together to make the laws in Parliament. c) Canadian leaders work together to make the laws in Parliament. d) Mexican leaders work together to make the laws in Parliament.
What is a nation?
a) a new tax b) British leaders c) a country d) a law
What country ruled Canada after the French and Indian war?
a) France b) Great Britain c) Canada d) Mexico
Who had to pay the tax for the Stamp Act?
a) Americans b) British c) Canadians d) Mexicans
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