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The Committees of Correspondence were set up to___
a) elect leaders to Parliament from the colonies
b) make sure news spread to other colonies quickly
c) develop strategies of how to fight of the French
d) practice military moves for the Continental Army

All of the following were results/or effects of the Boston Tea Party
a) A Blockade on Boston Harbor
b) Quartering of British Soldiers
c) The repeal of the Sugar Act
d) General Thomas Gage was put in charge of British Army.

What does “no taxation, without representation” mean
a) Colonists wanted to have lower taxes.
b) Colonists would not pay taxes until they had a say i.n laws.
c) Colonists wanted to have taxes on sugar only.
d) Colonists wanted to make up their own tax laws.

The colonists that fought against the British in the early battles for freedom were known as___
a) Minutemen.
b) Loyalists.
c) Patriots.
d) Allies.

What angered the colonists about the Stamp Act?
a) They had to pay extra money on sugar and molasses
b) They lost money in their general stores because people wouldn't buy them.
c) They thought the tax was too high and should be lowered.
d) They had no one representing them in parliament when these laws were being passed.

Because the King and Parliament wanted the colonists to repay the British government they passed the Sugar Act Stamp Act after this.
a) The Revolutionary War
b) The Boston Tea Party
c) The French and Indian War
d) The Boston Massacre

This law passed by the king stated that the colonists could not settle the land west of the mountains.
a) The Northwest Ordinance
b) The Intolerable Acts
c) The Proclamation of 1763
d) The Townshend Acts

The French and Indian war was a battle between the___
a) The French and the Indians with British help.
b) The British and the French with Indian help.
c) The Indians and the British with colonial help.
d) The British and the Colonists with Indian help.

Who was responsible for making laws for the colonies?
a) Parliament, the King, and Indian Chiefs
b) The King, Parliament, and Colonial Legislatures
c) British colonists, Parliament, and Colonial Legislatures
d) The Colonial Legislatures, Males, and Governors

The shots fired at Lexington and Concord meant
a) he start of the long battle for colonial independence.
b) that the colonists were now free and their own country.
c) the colonists were in a war with the French over disputed land

The King and Parliament at one point repealed all the taxes except the tax on...
a) imports
b) tobacco
c) stamps
d) tea

All of these are examples of what the colonists did to show the king they were upset EXCEPT...
a) writing letters to ask for repealed taxes
b) boycotting goods
c) paying the taxes because the king said so
d) forming secret groups

Colonial Legislatures were....
a) small local governments formed in the colonies to make decisions and laws about the colony
b) groups formed by Parliament in the colonies to keep order over unruly colonists
c) groups of British Governors

This protest took place where colonists dressed up as colonists and destroyed British goods
a) The Boston Massacre
b) The Boston Tea Party
c) The Boston Marathon
d) The Boston Celtics

This law put a tax on almost all printed legal documents.
a) The Sugar Act
b) The Townshend Acts
c) The Quartering Act
d) The Stamp Act

The colonists who sided with the king were known as...
a) Minutemen
b) Patriots
c) Loyalists
d) Allies

The colonists that were ready to break away from the king and declare independence were known as
a) Minutemen
b) Patriots
c) Loyalists
d) Allies

The colonists believed they should have ____ which meant they should rule themselves
a) Legislatures
b) Militias
c) Self-Government
d) Members in Parliament

The Blockade on Boston Harbor was bad because
a) The colonists couldn't get goods they needed and they lost money.
b) The colonists had just built ships that were ready to sail.
c) The King wasn't able to get into to help his colonists.
d) The animals in the harbor were stuck.

Mrs. Dravecky's favorite baseball team is...
a) The Boston Red Sox
b) The Cleveland Indians
c) The Cincinnati Reds
d) The New York Yankees

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