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Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
a) James Madison b) Thomas Jefferson c) George Washington d) Alexander Hamilton
Which act, in 1765, placed direct taxes on legal documents, licenses, and newspapers?
a) Stamp Act b) Intolerable Acts c) Tea Act d) Quartering Act
According to the Proclamation of 1763, colonists could not settle land west of:
a) the Appalachian Mountains b) the Rocky Mountains c) the Louisiana Territory d) Mississippi River
The Liberty Boys opposed the:
a) Boston Tea Party b) Stamp Act c) Declaration of Independence d) French and Indian War
Which 1776 document declared the independence of the American colonies from the British?
a) U.S. Constitution b) Federalist Papers c) Declaration of Independence d) Articles of Confederation
Who won the French and Indian War?
a) the French and the Indians b) the British and the French c) the British and the colonists d) the French and the colonists
The French and Indian War was part of a larger conflict called:
a) the Six-Day War b) the Seven Years War c) the Thirty Years War d) the Hundred Years War
Which of the following Georgians did NOT sign the Declaration of Independence?
a) George Walton b) Lyman Hall c) Button Gwinnett d) James Wright
Which group of colonists organized to fight against the Stamp Act?
a) Whigs b) Sons of Liberty c) Democratic-Republicans d) Know-Nothing Party
What was the only colony that did not send representatives to the First Continental Congress?
a) Georgia b) New York c) Pennsylvania d) Rhode Island
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