USI.5d Colonial Relationships With Great Britain: Question Preview (ID: 22853)


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Why was the French and Indian War fought?
a) over the right to control the Ohio River Valley b) over the right to enslave Indians c) over the right to use the Mississippi River d) over the right to trade with the Indians
The French and Indian War was fought by which two European countries?
a) France and India b) France and Italy c) England and India d) England and France
Colonial _____ made laws for each colony and were monitored by colonial governors.
a) women b) legislators c) representatives to Parliament d) judges
Colonial governors were appointed by the king or by the _____.
a) propritor b) Parliament c) General Assembly d) Prime Minister
Colonists had to obey English laws that were enforced by _____.
a) militia men b) the president c) the governor d) Congress
Colonies traded _____ for British manufactured goods.
a) capital resources b) raw materials c) human resources d) Colonial manufactured goods
England imposed strict control over _____.
a) trade b) slavery c) farming methods d) housing
England _____ the colonies after the French and Indian War.
a) lost b) expanded c) paid d) taxed
England established and attempted to maintain _____ over the colonies.
a) peace b) control c) terror d) friendship
England controlled both _____ and _____ decisions of the colonies.
a) executive and judicial b) war and peace c) economic and political d) land and water
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