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When was the Declaration of Independence signed?
a) December 7, 1941 b) July 4, 1776 c) October 21, 1775 d) September 1, 1778
What was the tea act?
a) A law passed by the British government that required colonists to house and feed British soldiers at their own expense b) A law passed by the British government that required payment of a tax on tea c) A law passed by the British government that required a payment of a tax on weaponry d) A law passed by the British government that required the payment of a tax to Britain on a variety of papers and documents
What is the Boston Tea Party?
a) North American conflict that was part of a larger imperial conflict between England and France known as the Seven Years War b) A rebellion where the American colonists in Boston were outraged by a tax on tea so they dumped all the tea into the harbor c) A political upheaval between 1765 and 1783 when the American Colonies broke from the British Empire d) It is when the Americans removed all found Indians from their homeland
What is the Stamp Act?
a) A law passed by the British government that required colonists to house and feed British soldiers at their own expense b) A law passed by the British government that required payment of a tax on tea c) A law passed by the British government that required a payment of a tax on weaponry d) A law passed by the British government that required the payment of a tax to Britain on a variety of papers and documents
What is the French and Indian War?
a) North American conflict that was part of a larger imperial conflict between England and France known as the Seven Years War b) A rebellion where the American colonists in Boston were outraged by a tax on tea so they dumped all the tea into the harbor c) A political upheaval between 1765 and 1783 when the American Colonies broke from the British Empire d) It is when the Americans removed all found Indians from their homeland
The leader of the rebel militia group that defeated 800 British troops at the Battle of Kettle Creek was
a) Lyman Hall b) Elijah Clarke c) Austin Dabney d) Abraham Baldwin
What is the American Revolution?
a) North American conflict that was part of a larger imperial conflict between England and France known as the Seven Years War b) A rebellion where the American colonists in Boston were outraged by a tax on tea so they dumped all the tea into the harbor c) A political upheaval between 1765 and 1783 when the American Colonies broke from the British Empire d) It is when the Americans removed all found Indians from their homeland
Why did many Georgians boycott British goods, such as paint and tea, during the mid-1700s?
a) The goods were inferior to other European goods. b) Most colonial merchants could not afford them. c) England had placed a tax on the goods d) Colonists were able to produce these goods on their own.
What was the purpose of the Declaration of Independence?
a) to serve as a preamble to the Constitution b) to demand that the colonists be given the same rights as British citizens c) to settle a land dispute between the colonies and Great Britain d) to inform King George III that the colonies had ratified the Articles of Confederation
What role did Nancy Hart play in Georgia history?
a) She started the first public school in Georgia. b) She was the first female senator from Georgia. c) She was a legendary heroine of the Revolutionary War. d) She was the wife of the first elected governor of Georgia.
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