SS.8.A.3.1 And SS.8.3.2 Events Leading Up To The Revolution: Question Preview (ID: 22010)

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What act forced colonists to feed, clothe, and board British soldiers?
a) The Stamp Act
b) The Quartering Act
c) The Declaratory Act
d) The Soldiering Act

Which act placed indirect taxes on the colonists on items such as glass, lead, paint, and tea?
a) Townshend Act
b) Tea Act
c) Stamp Act
d) Declaratory Act

Which of the following is NOT true about the Daughters of Liberty?
a) They were a group of colonial women
b) They organized boycotts
c) They helped make items that the colonists usually bought from Britain
d) They wrote propaganda documents to spread around the colonies

What is it called when people refuse to buy goods?
a) Boycott
b) Striking
c) Financial protesting
d) Committees of Correspondence

What was it called when a group of colonists led by Samuel Adams dressed as Native Americans and threw tea into the Boston Harbor as a form of protest?
a) Tea Act
b) Boston Tea Party
c) The Liberty Party
d) The Tea Revolution

Which of the following describes the purpose of the First Continental Congress?
a) To declare war on the British
b) To plan a variety of protests in order to force the British to listen
c) To decide how to deal with acts placed on the colonists, and send the Olive Branch Petition to the King asking for peace
d) To plan a battle strategy for the upcoming war

What was the purpose of the Stamp Act Congress?
a) To declare all acts by the British illegal
b) To discuss the Stamp Act and how it violated the rights of colonists
c) To find a way to boycott all paper goods in the colonies
d) To create a capital in the colonies and draft a document to govern them

What act by the British required the colonists to pay for a seal to be placed on all paper goods?
a) Sugar Act
b) Stamp Act
c) Townshend Acts
d) Quartering Act

What was the name of the courts that were used to convict colonial smugglers without juries?
a) Specialty Courts
b) Vice Admiralty Courts
c) Royalty Courts
d) Colonial Courts

What act by the British stated that the British had the right to make all laws for the colonists?
a) Townshend Acts
b) Declaratory Act
c) Stamp Act
d) Quartering Act

Which event was highly publicized and used as negative propaganda against the British?
a) Boston Massacre
b) Boston Tea Party
c) The First Continental Congress
d) Stamp Act Congress

What was the name of the colonial ship that was seized by the British after it was suspected of being used to smuggle goods?
a) The Liberty
b) The Gaspee
c) The Constitution
d) The Lady Freedom

Which acts by the British were put in place as punishment for the Boston Tea Party?
a) Declaratory Act
b) Stamp Act
c) Townshend Act
d) Intolerable Acts

Which of the following is the name for an organization of men that would organize boycotts and protests (often violent)?
a) Committees of Correspondence
b) Sons of Liberty
c) Stamp Act Congress
d) Founding Fathers

Which of the following was an act requiring colonists to pay a tax on sugar and molasses?
a) Stamp Act
b) Townshend Acts
c) Tea Act
d) Sugar Act

Which document forbade colonists from settling West of the Appalachian Mountains in order to prevent further conflict with the Native Americans?
a) Treaty of Paris 1763
b) Proclamation of 1763
c) Declaratory Act
d) Intolerable Acts

Which of the following was an act that forced the colonists to buy their tea from one British company?
a) Tea Act
b) Townshend Act
c) Coercive Act
d) Stamp Act

What is the name for the meetings colonists would hold to discuss ideas on how to protest the British and spread ideas?
a) Boycotts
b) Continental Congress
c) Committees of Correspondence
d) Sons of Liberty

Why did the British place taxes on the colonists?
a) To show they were in control of the colonists
b) To make a profit so the King could build a better castle
c) To earn money to pay of the massive debt from the French and Indian War
d) To punish the colonists for a lack of participation in the French and Indian War

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