USI.6c Revolutionary War Key Events: Question Preview (ID: 12891)

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Colonists in Boston were shot after taunting British soldiers in the
a) Boston Massacre b) Boston Tea Party c) Battle of Lexington and Concord d) Battle of Bunker Hill
Samuel Adams and Paul Revere led patriots in throwing tea into Boston Harbor to protest tea taxes in what became known as
a) The Boston Tea Party b) The Boston Massacre c) The Intolerable Acts d) The Tea Act
Delegates from all colonies except Georgia met to discuss problems with England and to promote independence in the
a) First Continental Congress b) Constitutional Convention c) Treaty of Paris d) House of Burgesses
This was the site of the first armed conflict in the Revolutionary War
a) Lexington and Concord b) Saratoga c) Boston d) Yorktown
What is the significance of the Approval of the Declaration of Independence?
a) Colonies declared their independence from Great Britain b) It ended the war c) Great Britain recognized America's independence d) France decided to fight with America against Britain
This American victory was the turning point of the war.
a) The Battle of Saratoga b) The Battle of Lexington and Concord c) The Boston Massacre d) The Battle of Yorktown
France was finally persuaded to join the Americans after which event?
a) The Boston Tea Party b) The Treaty of Paris c) The Boston Massacre d) The Battle of Saratoga
This was the colonial victory over forces of Lord Cornwallis that marked the end of the Revolutionary War.
a) The Battle of Yorktown b) The Battle of Saratoga c) The Treaty of Paris d) The Battle of Lexington and Concord
What is the significance of Signing of the Treaty of Paris?
a) Great Britain recognized American independence b) France decided to join the Americans c) Lord Cornwallis surrendered d) Americans became increasingly dissatisfied
Which of these events did NOT lead to the Revolutionary War?
a) Britain taxed the colonists b) Britain prohibited westward settlement c) Colonies had no representation in Parliament d) France joined the American forces
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