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During this war, the British fought against the French and Native Americans.
a) French and Indian War
b) The civil war
c) American Revolution
d) Washington and Half King

_____________- the French were forced to give up all land in North America
a) Treaty of Paris
b) Declaration of Indepence
c) Bushy Run
d) Molly Pitcher

The ________ placed a tax on everything made of paper and sold in the colonies.
a) Stamp Act
b) French
c) colonists
d) Americans

This person wrote Common Sense, which that gave reasons why the colonies should break away from Britain.
a) Thomas Paine
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) Molly Pitcher
d) Betsy Ross

This is the money people pay to the government.
a) taxes
b) dinero
c) Stamp Act
d) New Hope

When you refuse to buy a product, you __________ it
a) boycott
b) tax
c) complain about
d) stamp act

This document was approved by congress on July 4, 1776
a) Declaration of Independence
b) continential army
c) Thomas Jefferson
d) Daniel Boone

This war began April 19, 1775. Minutemen and the British fought the first battles in Massachusetts
a) American Revolution
b) French and Indian War
c) George Washington
d) Bushy Run

This person wrote the Declaration of Independence.
a) Thomas Jefferson
b) John Dickinson
c) George Washington
d) Daniel Boone

This person lead the Continental Army and spent the winter at Valley Forge in 1777-1778
a) George Washington
b) Daniel Boone
c) Frederick National
d) Anthony Wayne

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