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This event proved that the colonist could stand up to the mighty British
a) Battle of Lexington and Concord b) French and Indian War c) Boston Massacre d) Battle of Bunker Hill
Although the British government couldn't enforce it, This act stated that colonist couldn't own land west of the Appalachian Mountains
a) Poclamation of 1763 b) Quartering Act c) Stamp Act d) Sugar Act
This act stated that the government could take a territory and set up a government to control it.
a) Proclamation of 1763 b) Intolerable Acts c) Tea Act d) Quebec Act
This act put a tax on wills, licenses, insurance policies, land titles, contracts, and other douments
a) Sugar Act b) Tea Act c) Intolerable Acts d) Stamp Acts
This act forced colonist to allow soldiers into their homes and provide them food and supplies
a) Stamp Act b) Quartering Act c) Townshend Act d) Quebec Act
This act put an import tax on molasses and called for more harsh punishments for smugglers.
a) Quartering Act b) Sugar Act c) Stamp Act d) Tea Act
The act that taxed products only coming into the colonies, it also allowed officials to make searches without saying why
a) Townshend Acts b) Proclamation of 1763 c) Stamp Act d) Sugar Act
This act lowered the price of the product provided by The British East India Company total control of this goods market in the colonies.
a) Quebec Act b) Quartering Act c) Sugar Act d) Tea Act
The British Act did four things 1. Closed the port of Boston 2.Increased the power of the royal governor 3. Anyone accused of murdering a British official would be sent back to Britain for trial 4. Strengthened the quartering act
a) Proclamation of 1763 b) Intolerable Acts c) Tea Act d) Townshend Acts
This event was the first fight of the Revolutionary War. The shot heard aroud the world!
a) French and Indian War b) Battle of Lexington and Concord c) Battle of Bunker Hill d) Boston Tea Party
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