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Europeans in North America The French & Indian War A Troubled Frontier & Tensions Grow The American Revolution The Northwest Territory The Frontier Wars
This is a settlement that is ruled by a faraway government. A 100
What is a colony. A 100
These 2 places were where the English settled in the 1600s. A 200
What is Massachusetts and central Canada A 200
This is one of the main reasons Europeans first came to North America. A 300
What is to enjoy religious freedom. A 300
This is what Spanish explorers were called. A 400
What is a Conquistador. A 400
This is the reason the French came to North America. A 500
What is to trade fur, especially beaver fur for their fashionable hats. A 500
These groups claimed land in the Ohio Valley region. B 100
What are the French and British. B 100
This region was fought over during the French and Indian War. B 200
What is the Ohio Valley. B 200
The Virginians planned an attack on this French fort. B 300
What is Fort Duquesne B 300
This was the result of the signing of the Treaty of Paris. B 400
What is the French lost nearly all of their land in North America. B 400
This is a formal agreement to join together. B 500
What is an alliance. B 500
This person made a Proclamation that said that all land west of the Appalachian Mountains belonged to Native Americans. C 100
Who is King George III of Britain. C 100
The British ordered the colonists to do this in order to pay for the French and Indian War. C 200
What is pay taxes. C 200
This was the main reason the colonists were upset about the taxes. C 300
What is no representation in the British government. C 300
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These two events occurred in Boston because of angry colonists. C 400
What are the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party. C 400
This is the name of the lawmaking group of the British government. C 500
What is Parliament. C 500
After the Boston Tea Party, Parliament punished the colonists and ordered them to do this. D 100
What is feed and house British soldiers. D 100
This was the meeting held by colonial leaders in Philadelphia in 1774 to discuss issues of freedom and government. D 200
What is the First Continental Congress. D 200
This battle marked the beginning of the American Revolution. D 300
What is the Battle at Lexington. D 300
This was the result of the signing of the 2 nd Treaty of Paris. D 400
What is the British gave up most of their land in North America to the Americans. D 400
This was the first plan of government for the United States of America D 500
What are The Articles of Confederation D 500
The United States used this to pay some of the soldiers who fought in the American Revolution. E 100
What is land in the Northwest Territory. E 100
This law was passed in 1785 to describe how the land in the Northwest Territory would be measured and divided. E 200
What is the Land Ordinance of E 200
The Northwest Ordinance affected the Native Americans in this way. E 300
What is causing their land to be sold to settlers. E 300
This Revolutionary War general was appointed governor of the Northwest Territory E 400
Who is Arthur St.Clair. E 400
This was the first town in the Ohio Territory. It was founded by about 50 settlers. E 500
What is Marietta, Ohio. E 500
This Native American leader shocked United States leaders by defeating Harmars soldiers, and defeating Arthur St.Clairs soldiers in the battle known as St.Clairs Defeat. F 100
Who is Michikinikwa or Little Turtle F 100
President George Washington put this man in command of United States soldiers after Michikinikwas victories. F 200
Who is Anthony Wayne or Mad Anthony F 200
These people needed to unite in order to fight in battle. F 300
Who are the Native Americans. F 300
Blue Jacket led the Native Americans into this battle against General Waynes forces, and the Native Americans were defeated. F 400
What is the Battle of Fallen Timbers. F 400
Due to the Frontier Wars, the Native Americans lost most of their land. This treaty outlined the loss of their land. Not many Native Americans were present for its signing. F 500
What is The Treaty of Greenville. F 500
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This is the name of one of the tools used in surveying land in the Northwest Territory. Click on screen to continue
What is (survey chain, telescope, tripod, Jacobs staff, or compass) Click on screen to continue
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