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What country established and ruled over 13 colonies, staring in the 1600s?
a) England
b) France
c) Spain
d) Germany

What is the name of the water body to the east of the colonies?
a) Atlantic Ocean
b) Pacific Ocean
c) Artic Ocean
d) Gulf of Mexico

What happened in 1607
a) Jamestown was establishe
b) Declaration of Independence was written
c) Christopher Columbus sailed
d) We won the war

What happened in 1776
a) Jamestown was settled
b) we win the war
c) Declaration of Indepence was signed
d) the war started

Slavery and plantations were used in the
a) southern colonies
b) new england colonies
c) middle colonies
d) all of these

The middle colonies were known as the
a) Logger location
b) slavery central
c) Bread Basket
d) logger location

George Washington was a
a) General in the continental army
b) big supporter of the king
c) newspaper writer
d)

The person that went to France during the war was
a) Thomas Jefferson
b) George Washington
c) Christopher columbus
d) Benjamin Franklin

The New England colonies
a) did little farming
b) farmed a lot
c) had slaves
d) were the last colonies established

What country did Christopher Columbus sail from in 1492?
a) England
b) France
c) Spain
d) Germany

What year was the Declaration of Independence written
a) 1607
b) 1776
c) 1942
d) 1492

to colonize means
a) to go for a swim
b) to set up a new colony
c) to work hard
d) to sail a boat

What were the reasons that people wanted more land?
a) god
b) gold
c) glory
d) all of these

What document was written to mark the end of the American Revolution?
a) the Constitution
b) Declaration of Independence
c) Treaty of Paris
d)

Most of the original colonies in the New World were located on the coast because
a) defense
b) transportation
c) water sorce
d) all of the above

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