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Protest where packages of drink flavoring were destroyed in salt water
a) Boston Massacre b) Boston Tea Party c) American Revolution d) French and Indian War
Crispus Attucks, of African decent, was among the 5 unarmed Americans killed at this event
a) Boston Massacre b) Boston Tea Party c) American Revolution d) French and Indian War
When Britain assessed fees on its colonies but did not allow their opinions on these fees to be officially voiced
a) No Representation in Congress b) Fees without Representation c) Too many Taxes d) Taxation without Representation
Wrote a booklet called Common Sense where he outlined all of the obvious reasons the colonies should cast off British rule
a) Patrick Henry b) Benedict Arnold c) Thomas Paine d) George Washington
Said 'Give me Liberty or Give me Death'
a) Patrick Henry b) Benedict Arnold c) George Washington d) Thomas Jefferson
Freedom fighters against the British
a) Loyalists b) British c) Americans d) Patriots
American colonials who did not support fighting the British
a) Loyalists b) British c) Americans d) Patriots
American officer who betrayed Americans with plans to surrender West Point
a) Patrick Henry b) Benedict Arnold c) George Washington d) Thomas Jefferson
A secret society (gang? terrorists?) organized to resist British abuses - staged the Boston Tea Party
a) Sons of Liberty b) Mountain Men c) Federalists d) Anti Federalists
Created to help towns and colonies share information about resisting the British
a) First Continental Congress b) Federalist Papers c) Committees of Corespondence d) Declaration of Independence
sent the Olive Branch (peace) Petition to King George, also established an army led by George Washington just in case the Olive Branch didn't work out
a) First Continental Congress b) Second Continental Congress c) Committees of Corespondence d) Consitutional Convention
Meeting of colonial delegates to discuss how to address British abuses
a) First Continental Congress b) 2nd Continental Congress c) Committee of Corespondence d) Constitutional Convention
official ending to the American Revolution
a) Declaration of Independence b) Treaty of Paris 1783 c) Treaty of Paris 1763 d) Treaty of Ghent
Stated All men are created equal, men give their consent to be governed, government's purpose is to protect life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, if government does not do its proper job it is the people's right to cast off such government
a) Declaration of Independence b) Treaty of Parish 1763 c) Federalist Papers d) Emancipation Proclomation
Position of colonial forces camp during a HORRENDOUS winter where many soldiers died of malnutrition and exposure to the elements of nature
a) Saratoga b) Yorktown c) Valley Forge d) Declaration of Independence
Last official battle of the American Revolution
a) Saratoga b) Yorktown c) Valley Forge d) Declaration of Independence
What was the turning point in the American Revolution?
a) Battle of Saratoga b) Battle of Yorktown c) Valley Forge d) Declaration of Independence
First tax, on all paper products, imposed on Americans by the British
a) Stamp Act b) Tea Act c) Intolerable/Coersive Acts d) Townshend Acts
Tax placed duties on glass, lead, paint
a) Stamp Act b) Tea Act c) Intolerable/Coersive Act d) Townshend Acts
Allowed the British East India Company, a friend of the king, to see tea in America cheaper than American Tea
a) Stamp Act b) Tea Act c) Townshend Acts d) Intolerable/Coersive Acts
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