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AHSGE History II
Britain’s response to the Boston Tea Party.
A plan for a union of the colonies proposed by Ben Franklin.
The colonists’ response to the Intolerable Acts. Colonists were urged to boycott British products.
This was a way for the patriots to communicate through chain letters
The location of “the shot heard around the world”.
This is often considered as an underlying cause of the revolution.
The fighting at these two locations marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War.
The incident in which 5 colonists were shot by British soldiers in 1770.
He is associated with freedom of the press.
This act required colonists to provide housing for British soldiers.
The closure of the trans- Appalachian region to settlers.
A pamphlet written by Thomas Paine calling for colonial independence.
A document stating the reasons for the colonies break with England.
This act was the first direct tax placed on the colonists.
He was known as “Father of the American Revolution.”
A document asking King George III for a peaceful settlement to the conflict between the colonies and Britain.
Why was the Stamp Act repealed?
His famous ride is associated with the Battle of Lexington.
Supporters of the Declaration of Independence were called ______.
Battle in which Washington surprised and captured the Hessian force.
This battle was the turning point of the Revolutionary War.
People who remained loyal to Great Britain.
Foreign soldiers who fight for pay
This was the last battle of the Revolutionary War. This was the last battle of the Revolutionary War.
He became known as a traitor during the war.
Author of the Declaration of Independence
This treaty ended the Revolutionary War.
What person is known for this statement? “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country”.
His signature is the first and largest signature on the Declaration of Independence.
He gained fame for his naval victories over the British. “I have not yet begun to fight”
American merchant ships that attacked British shipping.
First plan of government for the U.S.
The Articles of Confederation failed because it was unable to provide leadership at the _____________ level. _____________ level.
Were the authors of the Articles of Confederation more concerned with preserving the power of the states or the power of the federal government?
Name the compromise that resolved the issue of representation in Congress. It established 2 houses in Congress.
Name the group who was opposed to the Constitution. This group felt the President had too much power.
This compromise decided the issue of how slaves would be counted for representation of the lower house.
These essays were written to convince people to support the proposed constitution.
Name the plan that favored small states and thought all states should be represented equally.
Name the plan that favored large states and believed states should be represented by population. states should be represented by population.
What was added to the Constitution to appease the anti-federalists.
What is another name for the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
He is known as “the father of the Constitution”.
What is the division of power between the states and the national government?
What economic system provides property, money, and equipment and price is largely determined by supply and demand.
Who helped promote the Industrial Revolution in the U.S. by introducing the concept of interchangeable parts.
Who is known as the father of the American Revolution?
Who wrote the first dictionary of American English?
This movement of the 1840s supported a halt to immigration.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville, Walt Whitman Walt Whitman How did these people contribute to American culture? How did these people contribute to American culture?
This movement was created to reduce the consumption of alcohol.
This convention was the high point of the women’s right movement.
This man is associated with education reform an is known as “the Father of American Public Education.”
This movement prohibited the sale, consumption, and distribution of alcohol.
What event caused many pre-Civil War immigrants to leave Ireland?
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