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What was the third of the Intolerable Acts that the English government passed?
a) The taxes on tea and any paper documents. b) The Quartering Act where British soldiers could come into any colonist's home and stay. c) The Massachusetts legislature in the colonies could no longer meet. d) The closing of the Boston Harbor
What was the second of the Intolerable Acts that the English government passed?
a) The taxes on tea and any paper documents. b) The Quartering Act where British soldiers could come into any colonist's home and stay. c) The Massachusetts legislature in the colonies could no longer meet. d) The closing of the Boston Harbor
What was the first of the Intolerable Acts that the English government passed?
a) The taxes on tea and any paper documents. b) The Quartering Act where British soldiers could come into any colonist's home and stay. c) The Massachusetts legislature in the colonies could no longer meet. d) The closing of the Boston Harbor
Who was really to blame for the start of the Boston Massacre?
a) Native Amercians b) Colonists c) British d) French
What was the name of the event where colonist dressed up as Mohawk Indians and dumped crates of tea into the harbor to protest taxes on tea?
a) Intolerable Acts b) Boston Massacre c) Boston Tea Party d) Tea Act
After the Townshend Acts were repealed, or cancelled all taxes were cancelled except on which item?
a) paper b) tea c) glass d) paint
The Townshend Acts placed taxes on what items imported to the colonies from England?
a) stamps, sugar, paper and tea b) glass and tea c) paper, glass, paint, and tea d) sugar, paper, and tea
What was the goal of the Townshend Acts?
a) Raise money to cover the costs of the French and Indian War. b) To buy more land. c) It was to make the colonist mad. d) To pay the Native Americans so they wouldn't attack the colonists.
Who was the person who founded the first Committee of Correspondence?
a) John Hancock b) The king of England c) George Washingtone d) Samuel Adams
What was the goal of the first Committees of Correspondence in all the colonies?
a) To see how quickly information can travel. b) To maintain communication between the American colonies. c) To keep secrets from all the American colonies. d) The Committees of Correspondence failed.
What new phrase did the colonists begin to use after the Sugar Act was imposed?
a) We need MORE SUGAR! b) No Representation without Taxation! c) No more Taxes! d) No Taxation without Representation!
The Stamp Act put a tax on what items?
a) Clothing b) All important glass items c) All important paper documents d) Shoes and boots
How much was a stamp under the Stamp Act?
a) One penny b) Two pennies c) Three pennies d) Four pennies
How much of a tax was placed on sugar in 1764?
a) 4 pence per pound b) 5 pence per pound c) 2 pence per pound d) 3 pence per pound
Why was the Sugar Act created by the British Parliament?
a) Parliament wanted to make colonist mad. b) Parliament wanted to raise money to pay for the French and Indian War. c) Parliament needed extra money to pay the king and queen. d) Parliament needed money to pay for sugar.
Who won the French and Indian War?
a) Spanish b) Native Americans c) French d) British
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that colonists were no longer able to settle where?
a) west of the Mississippi River b) west of the Appalachian Mountains c) in the 13 colonies d) by the Great Lakes
Many colonists thought that the Proclamation of 1763 showed that King George III favored who?
a) Spanish b) French c) Native Americans d) Russians
Name the groups fighting on each side of the French and Indian War.
a) Spanish VS. French and Native Americans b) French VS. British c) French and Native Americans VS. British d) French VS. Native Americans
What was the purpose of fighting the French and Indian War?
a) Land (Ohio Valley) that was claimed by both the French and British. b) The French and British were both claiming the Mississippi River. c) The war was being fought over sugar and stamps. d) They were fighting because both sides wanted Florida.
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