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Jeopardy! Important Figures Colonial Culture Colonial Politics French & Indian War Important Terms Potpourri
Important Figures-100 The Royal Governor of the Dominion of New England. Who was Edmund Andros? BACK
Important Figures-200 The author of the Albany Plan of Union. Who was Benjamin Franklin? BACK
Important Figures-300 The king of England who was overthrown in the Glorious Revolution. Who was King James? BACK
Important Figures-400 The British General who was killed in one of the first battles of the French and Indian War. Who was Edward Braddock? BACK
Important Figures-500 The man who believed in natural rights like life, liberty and property. Who is John Locke? BACK
Colonial Culture-100 Colonial children learned to read using this book. What is the Bible? BACK
Colonial Culture-200 This religious movement was based on inner religious emotion rather than outward religious behavior. What was the Great Awakening? BACK
Colonial Culture-300 This movement involved well known thinkers like Benjamin Franklin and John Locke and was based on reason and science. What was the Enlightenment? BACK
Colonial Culture-400 These children were not allowed to go to colonial schools or learn to read and write. Who were African American children? BACK
Colonial Culture-500 The wealthy and educated were more influenced by the ideas included in this intellectual movement. What was the Enlightenment? BACK
Colonial Politics-100 The right of freedom of the press was established at the trial of this newspaper publisher who had criticized the royal governor of New York. Who was John Peter Zenger? BACK
Colonial Politics-200 The change in leadership in 1688 when William and Mary replaced King James as monarchs in England. What was the Glorious Revolution? BACK
Colonial Politics-300 In the early 1700s England interfered very little in colonial affairs because of this policy. What was salutary neglect? BACK
Colonial Politics-400 This document, signed by William and Mary, protected the rights of English citizens and Parliament. What was the English Bill of Rights? BACK
Colonial Politics-500 After the French and Indian War the colonists were barred from moving beyond the Appalachian Mountains because of this law. What was the Proclamation of 1763? BACK
French & Indian War-100 The French and Indian War was fought in order to control this area. What is the Ohio River Valley? BACK
French & Indian War-200 The turning point of the French & Indian War. What is the Battle of Quebec? BACK
French & Indian War-300 This officially ended the French & Indian War. What is the Treaty of Paris? BACK
French & Indian War-400 This French re-named fort was the first battle of the French & Indian War. What is Fort Duquesne? BACK
French & Indian War-500 This general finally took the city of Quebec. Who is General James Wolfe? BACK
Important Terms-100 This term describes someone who learns a trade from an experienced craftsman. What is an apprentice? BACK
Important Terms-200 This term describes the rights to life, liberty, and property. What is natural rights? BACK
Important Terms-300 This term describes Englands chief lawmaking body. What is Parliament? BACK
Important Terms-400 This term refers to a group of five Native American tribes that organized themselves together. What is the Iroquois Confederacy? BACK
Important Terms-500 The ideas of natural rights and reason and science as a the path to knowledge was part of this movement. What is the Enlightenment? BACK
Potpourri-100 The French & Indian War was fought over the control of this trade. What is the fur trade? BACK
Potpourri-200 This event was sparked when British settlers moved onto Native American land after the French & Indian War. What is Pontiacs Rebellion? BACK
Potpourri-300 This Native American group was allied with the French during the French & Indian War. What is the Huron & the Algonquin? BACK
Potpourri-400 This book was published by Benjamin Franklin. What is Poor Richards Almanac? BACK
Potpourri-500 This was the only territory that France was allowed to keep in the Americas after the French & Indian War. What is Haiti? BACK
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