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Ready to fight in a minute's notice
a) Redcoats b) Bluecoats c) Minutemen d) Sons of Liberty
_________ and __________ rode on horseback warning the colonists that the British were coming
a) Paul Revere and Benjamin Franklin b) Paul Revere and John Hancock c) Benjamin Franklin and John Hancock d) Paul Revere and William Dawes
The shot heard round the world refers to the actions of the minutemen at
a) Bunker Hill b) Breed's Hill c) Lexington and Concord d) Boston
These colonists did not consider unfair taxes and regulations sufficient cause for rebellion
a) Separatists b) Nationalists c) Patriots d) Loyalists
These colonists were determined to fight the British for American independence.
a) Loyalists b) Patriots c) Separatists d) Nationalists
_________ wrote Common Sense.
a) Thomas Paine b) John Adams c) Benjamin Franklin d) Thomas Jefferson
The man who wrote the Declaration of Independence was
a) Patrick Henry b) Benjamin Franklin c) John Adams d) Thomas Jefferson
The Declaration of Independence was approved on
a) July 2, 1776 b) July 4, 1776 c) July 2, 1876 d) July 4, 1876
The first man to sign the Declaration of Independence was
a) Benjamin Franklin b) John Adams c) Thomas Jefferson d) John Hancock
What is Section 1 of the Declaration of Independence about?
a) Rights of Colonists b) Rights of British c) Preamble d) Proclaims the existence of the new nation (U.S.)
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