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How did the colonists react to the Sugar, Tea, and Stamp Act?
a) They were happy and welcomed the extra taxes b) The weren't happy and protested the new taxes c) They had tea with king George d) They weren't happy, but decided to pay the taxes anyway
What types of protests did the colonists organize agains the British?
a) They had boycotts and dumped all the tea in the harbor at the Boston Tea Party b) They didn't protest, but had a party instead c) They took all the tea, sugar, and stamps and burned it all d) They worked together and sent everything back to England
What was accomplished by the First Continental Congress?
a) They wrote the Declaration of Independence b) They held the Boston Tea Party c) The delegates worked together to solve the problems of the colonists and remain part of England d) Nothing was accomplished; they argued for days
How were the British and the colonists unevenly matched for war?
a) The colonists were skilled soldiers and the British were untrained b) The British wore red coats and the colonists wore blue coats c) The colonists were ninjas and the British soldiers fought with weapons d) The British soldiers had training. The colonists didn't have anything, but Washington and a cause
Describe the events that were important in learning up to the start of the American Revolution
a) the French and Indian War started it, which led to taxes, protests, the Continental Congress and War b) It began with the Boston Tea Party, which led to War c) It began with the Intollerable Acts, which led to taxes and quartering the troops, which led to War d) It began with the Watauga Compact, then taxes and protests, which led to War
Describe the Watauga and Cumberland settlements
a) The Watauga and Cumberland settlements were the last two Tennessee settlements b) The Watauga and Cumberland settlements were the first two Tennessee settlements c) The Watauga and Cumberland settlements were the seventh Tennessee settlements d) The Watauga and Cumberland settlements were not evenTennessee settlements
Who fought at the Battle of the Bluffs? How did it end?
a) The Cherokee attacked the Cumberland settlers, so the settlers ran away b) The Cherokee attacked the Cumberland settlers, so the wives let the horses out to chase them away c) The Cherokee attacked the Cumberland settlers, so the wives let the dogs out to chase them away d) The Cumberland settlers attacked the Cherokee, so the wives let the dogs out to chase them away
Why did the colonists continue settling more land?
a) The colonists continued settling more land to hide from the Indians b) The colonists continued settling more land to help pay soldiers c) The colonists continued settling more land to hide from the British d) Colonists continued settling land because they wanted to own their own property.
Who was John Sevier?
a) John Sevier fought in the Battle of the Bluffs and was TN's first govenor b) John Sevier was in the Navy and fought off the coast c) John Sevier was a doctor who took care of injured soldiers d) John Sevier was a farmer and his wife was part of the government
What was the government like before and after the Revolutionary Way
a) Before the War, the settlers were self ruled, after the War England ruled the land b) Before the War, England ruled the land, after the War the settlers were self ruled c) Before the War, the French ruled the land, after the War the settlers were self ruled d) Before the War, England ruled the land, after the War England still ruled the land
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