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Georgia's delegates who signed the Declaration of Independence
a) Loyalists/Tories b) Patriots/Whigs c) Button Gwinnett/Lyman Hall/George Walton d) Liberty Boys/ Sons of Liberty
Colonists who supported the king of England, George III and wanted to remain part of Great Britain
a) Loyalists/Tories b) Patriots/Whigs c) Button Gwinnett/Lyman Hall/George Walton d) Liberty Boys/Sons of Liberty
Commander of the French fleet during the Siege of Savannah
a) Elijah Clarke b) Austin Dabney c) Nancy Hart d) Admiral D'Estang
Female hero of the Revolutionary War who single-handedly captured five Tories and served as a spy for the Patriots
a) Elijah Clarke b) Austin Dabney c) Nancy Hart d) Admiral D'Estang
Commander at the Battle of Kettle Creek
a) Elijah Clarke b) Austin Dabney c) Nancy Hart d) Admiral D'Estang
A slave who fought in the place of his master and was wounded in the Battle of Kettle Creek. He is also credited with saving the life of Elijah Clarke.
a) Elijah Clarke b) Austin Dabney c) Nancy Hart d) Admiral D'Estang
Series of four laws passed after the Boston Tea Party
a) French and Indian War (1754 - 1763) b) Intolerable Acts c) Stamp Act d) Proclamation of 1763
King's decree moved the state's southern boundary to the St. Mary's River, also forbade the colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains
a) French and Indian War (1754 - 1763) b) Intolerable Acts c) Stamp Act d) Proclamation of 1763
Law passed by King George III that placed a tax on all written documents
a) French and Indian War (1754 - 1763) b) Intolerable Acts c) Stamp Act d) Proclamation of 1763
Result of the disputes between France and Great Britain over the Ohio River Valley that had been going on for almost sixty-five years
a) French and Indian War (1754 - 1763) b) Intolerable Acts c) Stamp Act d) Proclamation of 1763
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