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1 AMERICAN HISTORY “ I won because I learned!”

2 AMERICAN HISTORY THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

3 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 CAUSESRebellion Quote Me Middle Battles Later War

4 CAUSES $100 QUESTION: This stopped colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. This stopped colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains.

5 CAUSES $100 QUESTION: This stopped colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains. ANSWER: - The Proclamation of 1763

6 CAUSES $200 QUESTION: This stopped colonists from shipping goods out of the Boston Harbor

7 CAUSES $200 QUESTION: This stopped colonists from shipping goods out of the Boston Harbor ANSWER: The Boston Port Bill The Boston Port Bill

8 CAUSES $300 QUESTION: This put a tax on cloth, wine, coffee, molasses and sugar

9 CAUSES $300 QUESTION: This put a tax on cloth, wine, coffee, molasses and sugar ANSWER: The Sugar Act The Sugar Act

10 CAUSES $400 QUESTION: This law forced colonists to house British soldiers

11 CAUSES $400 QUESTION: This law forced colonists to house British soldiers ANSWER: The Quartering Act The Quartering Act

12 CAUSES $500 QUESTION: This consisted of the Quartering Act, the Massachusetts Government Act, and the Boston Port Bill and was also known as the Coercive Acts This consisted of the Quartering Act, the Massachusetts Government Act, and the Boston Port Bill and was also known as the Coercive Acts

13 CAUSES $500 QUESTION: This consisted of the Quartering Act, the Massachusetts Government Act, and the Boston Port Bill and was also known as the Coercive Acts ANSWER: The Intolerable Acts

14 REBELLION $100 QUESTION: Innocent colonists being fired upon was the perspective the Sons of Liberty showed of this event convincing colonists to join the Patriots.

15 REBELLION $100 QUESTION: Innocent colonists being fired upon was the perspective the Sons of Liberty showed of this event convincing colonists to join the Patriots. ANSWER: Boston Massacre Boston Massacre

16 REBELLION $200 QUESTION: This was a form of protest that forced the British to pass the Boston Port Bill.

17 REBELLION $200 QUESTION: This was a form of protest that forced the British to pass the Boston Port Bill. ANSWER: Boston Tea Party

18 REBELLION $300 QUESTION: How did the Sons and Daughters of Liberty’s protests differ?

19 REBELLION $300 QUESTION: How did the Sons and Daughters of Liberty’s protests differ? ANSWER: The Daughters of Liberty had peaceful boycotts while the Sons reacted violently by burning tax collectors homes, tarring and feathering.

20 REBELLION $800 Question: What are three strengths of the British?

21 REBELLION $800 Question: What are three strengths of the British? ANSWER: 1) more economic resources 1) more economic resources 2) Better trained troops 2) Better trained troops 3) More experienced generals 3) More experienced generals 4) Help from N.A. and Hessians

22 REBELLION $500 REBELLION $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: Why do we call the Battle of Lexington “The Shot Heard Round the World”?

23 REBELLION $500 QUESTION: Why do we call the Battle of Lexington “The Shot Heard Round the World”? Why do we call the Battle of Lexington “The Shot Heard Round the World”?ANSWER: It impacts the world, changing the concept of government forever (start of large scale democracy). It impacts the world, changing the concept of government forever (start of large scale democracy).

24 Middle Battles $100 Question: Question: When the British captured this city, the capital of the colonies, things looked bleak!

25 Middle Battles $100 Question: When the British captured this city, the capital of the colonies, things looked bleak! ANSWER: Philadelphia Philadelphia

26 Middle Battles $200 Question: The patriots suffer a bad loss and Washington is sent scrambling to PA and NJ. after this battle.

27 Middle Battles $200 Question: The patriots suffer a bad loss and Washington is sent scrambling to PA and NJ. after this battle. ANSWER: The Battle of Long Island

28 Middle Battles $300 QUESTION: George Rogers Clark helped the colonists keep some control in the west by winning at what battle?

29 Middle Battles $300 QUESTION: George Rogers Clark helped the colonists keep some control in the west by winning at what battle? ANSWER: Vincennes Vincennes

30 Middle Battles $400 Question: George Washington surprised British on Xmas eve at this battle George Washington surprised British on Xmas eve at this battle

31 Middle Battles $400 Question: George Washington surprised British on Xmas eve at this battle ANSWER:TRENTON

32 Middle Battles $500 QUESTION: What did the colonists gain from Valley Forge? What did the colonists gain from Valley Forge?

33 Middle Battles $500 QUESTION: What did the colonists gain from Valley Forge? ANSWER: - Better training and a strong bond!! - Better training and a strong bond!!

34 Later War $100 QUESTION: What was the battle that most consider to be the end of the revolution? What was the battle that most consider to be the end of the revolution?

35 Later War $100 QUESTION: What was the battle that most consider to be the end of the revolution? ANSWER:Yorktown

36 Later War $200 QUESTION: This ship sank soon after it defeated the Serapis.

37 Later War $200 QUESTION: This ship sank soon after it defeated the Serapis. ANSWER: The Bonhomme Richard The Bonhomme Richard

38 Later War $300 QUESTION: What did the terms of the Treaty of Paris of 1783 say?

39 Later War $300 QUESTION: What did the terms of the Treaty of Paris say? ANSWER: Colonists are a free country Colonists are a free country They get land from Miss to Atlantic, Lakes to Florida British remove troops from forts Colonists will pay $ they owe Britain

40 Later War $400 QUESTION: The largest defeat of the colonist occurred at?

41 Later War $400 QUESTION: The largest defeat of the colonist occurred at? ANSWERS: Charlestown, South Carolina Charlestown, South Carolina

42 Later War $500 QUESTION What are three reasons why the Patriots won the War?

43 Later War $500 QUESTION: What are three reasons why the Patriots won the War? What are three reasons why the Patriots won the War?ANSWER: George Washington (paid close attention to British moves, made good attacking decisions; timing, inspired his men, knew when to run away) Other countries France/Spain gave supplies, troops, $, Knew the land for fighting; large space, tough to catch Resilience; Patriots won’t give up; Jones, Henry, Hale, Revere, Privateers Resilience; Patriots won’t give up; Jones, Henry, Hale, Revere, Privateers

44 PATRIOT QUOTES $100 QUESTION: “I have not yet begun to fight!”

45 PATRIOT QUOTES $100 QUESTION: “I have not yet begun to fight!” ANSWER: John Paul Jones John Paul Jones

46 PATRIOT QUOTES $400 QUESTION “The Redcoats are coming!” (3 people) “The Redcoats are coming!” (3 people)

47 PATRIOT QUOTES $400 QUESTION: “The Recoats are coming!” (3 people) ANSWER: Paul Revere Dr. Sam Prescott Dr. Sam Prescott William “Billy” Dawes

48 PATRIOT QUOTES $300 QUESTION “These are the times that try men’s souls” “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph” (hint…from his writings) “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph” (hint…from his writings)

49 PATRIOT QUOTES $300 QUESTION: “These are the times that try men’s souls” “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph” (hint…from his writings) “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph” (hint…from his writings)ANSWER: Thomas Paine Thomas Paine

50 PATRIOT QUOTES $400 QUESTION: “We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal!” “We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal!” “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” (hint in his famous writing).

51 PATRIOT QUOTES $400 QUESTION: “We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal!” “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” (hint in his famous writing) ANSWER: Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson

52 PATRIOT QUOTES $500 QUESTION: “I am no longer a Virginian, but an American!” “Give me liberty or give me death!”

53 PATRIOT QUOTES $500 QUESTION: “I am no longer a Virginian, but an American!” “Give me liberty or give me death!” ANSWER: Patrick Henry

54 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 British PolicyEarly WarLegislationFight OnCause/ Effect

55 British Policy $200 QUESTION: This law forced colonists to pay a tax on playing cards, marriage certificates, newspapers.

56 British Policy $200 QUESTION: This law forced colonists to pay a tax on playing cards, marriage certificates, newspapers. ANSWER: Stamp Act Stamp Act

57 British Policy $400 Question: This action allowed the British East India Company to sell their product without tax.

58 British Policy $400 Question: This action allowed the British East India Company to sell their product without tax. Answer: The Tea Act

59 British Policy $600 Question: This policy forced colonists to trade tobacco and sugar with the British.

60 British Policy $600 Question: This policy forced colonists to trade tobacco and sugar with the British. Answer: The Navigation Act

61 British Policy $1600 Question: This allowed British Soldiers to search ships and homes for smuggled goods

62 British Policy $1600 Question: This allowed British Soldiers to search ships and homes for smuggled goods Answer: Writs of Assistance Writs of Assistance

63 British Policy $1000 Question: What Policy allowed the French to trade in settle in the Ohio Valley region and Quebec, angering colonists who opposed the Proclamation of 1763.

64 British Policy $1000 Question: What Policy allowed the French to trade in settle in the Ohio Valley region and Quebec, angering colonists who opposed the Proclamation of Answer: The Quebec Act

65 Early War $200 Question: What are three strengths of the rebels?

66 Early War $200 Question: What are three strengths of the rebels? Answer: 1) Knew the land (Guerilla Attacks) 2) Supplies are close by 3) Better cause (fight for lifestyle) 4) Help from France and Spain

67 Early War $400 Question: Who won the Battle of Bunker Hill, and what was the impact for both sides?

68 Early War $400 Question: Who won the Battle of Bunker Hill, and what was the impact for both sides? Answer: The British won, and gained the hill (most of Boston) The British won, and gained the hill (most of Boston) The colonists gained some confidence (the British lost troops) The colonists gained some confidence (the British lost troops)

69 Early War $600 Question: What group circulated writings around the colonies to organize the rebellious efforts against the British?

70 Early War $600 Question: What group circulated writings around the colonies to organize the rebellious efforts against the British? Answer: The Committee of Correspondence

71 Early War $800 Question: Why was the battle of Concord considered a victory for the rebels? Why was the battle of Concord considered a victory for the rebels?

72 Early War $800 Question: Why was the battle of Concord considered a victory for the rebels? Answer: 1) The British didn’t get the ammunition at Concord 1) The British didn’t get the ammunition at Concord 2) Two British dropped for each colonists

73 Early War $1000 Question What are two decisions that the Second Continental Congress made?

74 Early War $1000 Early War $1000 Question: What are two decisions that the Second Continental Congress made? Answer: 1) Proposed the Olive Branch Petition 2) Created the Declaration of Independence 3) Created the Continental Army (Washington in charge) 4) Created the Articles of Confederation

75 Legislation $200 Question: What was the colonists’ last attempt at peace?

76 Legislation $200 Question: What was the colonists’ last attempt at peace? Answer: The Olive Branch Petition

77 Legislation $400 Question; What did the Second Continental Congress call our first plan of government?

78 Legislation $400 Question: What did the Second Continental Congress call our first plan of government? Answer: The Articles of Confederation

79 Legislation $1200 Question What were two decisions that the First Continental Congress made?

80 Legislation $1200 Legislation $1200 Question: What are two decisions that the First Continental Congress made? Answer: 1) Asked for repeal of 13 acts 2) boycott British goods 3) form militias

81 Legislation $800 Question: What are three decisions of the Second Continental Congress?

82 Legislation $800 Question: What are three decisions of the Second Continental Congress? Answer: 1) Create Continental Army headed by Washington 2) Proposed Olive Branch Petition 3) Produced the Declaration of Independence 4) Created the Articles of Confederation

83 Legislation $1000 Question Explain the four sections of the Declaration of Independence.

84 Legislation $1000 Question: Explain the four sections of the Declaration of Independence. Explain the four sections of the Declaration of Independence.Answer: 1) Intro – we want to explain why we are rebelling 2) What We Want – life liberty and pursuit of ; reps 3) What we don’t like – taxes – no jury 4) Conclude – We will fight to be free independent nation

85 Fight On $200 Question: What are two reasons that the British tried to move the war south? What are two reasons that the British tried to move the war south?

86 Fight On $200 Question: What are two reasons that the British tried to move the war south? Answer: 1) Loyalist help 2) Sea power might work better there (troops on ships move faster)

87 Fight On $400 Question: These three groups didn’t benefit nearly as much as they had hoped from the Treaty of Paris. These three groups didn’t benefit nearly as much as they had hoped from the Treaty of Paris.

88 Fight On $400 Question: These three groups didn’t benefit nearly as much as they had hoped from the Treaty of Paris. Answer: 1) African Americans 2) Native Americans 3) Women

89 Fight On $600 Question: This individual lead successful guerilla attacks in the Southern States and was called the Swamp Fox

90 Fight On $600 Question: This individual lead successful guerilla attacks in the Southern States and was called the Swamp Fox Answer: Francis Marion Francis Marion

91 Fight On $800 Question: What three countries all contributed money to the rebels and declared war on Britain? What three countries all contributed money to the rebels and declared war on Britain?

92 Fight On $800 Question: What three countries all contributed money to the rebels and declared war on Britain? Answer: France, Spain, Dutch France, Spain, Dutch

93 Fight On $1000 Question: Why was the Battle of Saratoga so important? (2 reasons)

94 Fight On $1000 Question: Why was the Battle of Saratoga so important? (2 reasons) Answer: 1) Middle Colonies still open to send supplies, troops, talk 1) Middle Colonies still open to send supplies, troops, talk 2) the French decide to step in and help 2) the French decide to step in and help

95 Cause and Effect $200 CAUSE: Thomas Paine writes Common Sense…

96 Cause and Effect $200 CAUSE: Thomas Paine writes Common Sense… EFFECT: Colonists join the rebel side in protest of British rule. Colonists join the rebel side in protest of British rule.

97 Cause and Effect $400 CAUSE: King George turns down the Olive Branch Petition…

98 Cause and Effect $400 CAUSE: King George turns down the Olive Branch Petition… EFFECT: The Continental Congress has no choice but to Declare Independence.

99 Cause and Effect $600 CAUSE: Colonists suffer a terrible defeat at Long Island

100 Cause and Effect $600 CAUSE: Colonists suffer a terrible defeat at Long Island EFFECT: British control New York City; Some rebel soldiers desert.

101 Cause and Effect $800 CAUSE: Washington surprises the British at Trenton and then again a Princeton…

102 Cause and Effect $800 CAUSE: Washington surprises the British at Trenton and then again a Princeton… EFFECT: 900 Hessians are captured inspiring rebels to continue fighting!

103 Cause and Effect $1000 CAUSE: British General Johnny Burgoyne surrenders to the Rebel leader Horatio Gates at Saratoga… (two impacts)

104 Cause and Effect $1000 CAUSE: British General Johnny Burgoyne surrenders to the Rebel leader Horatio Gates at Saratoga… (two impacts) EFFECT: 1)British are stopped from cutting colonies in half 2)The French decide to help the Patriots

105 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $800!!!

106 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $400!!!

107 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $1600!!!

108 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $1200!!!

109 Final Jeopardy! Final Jeopardy!

110 Final Jeopardy Question Place the following events in the order of their occurrence: Lexington, Boston Massacre, Bunker Hill, Boston Tea Party, Saratoga, Trenton, Charlestown, Declaration of Independence, Treaty of Paris, Yorktown

111 Final Jeopardy Question Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Lexington, Bunker Hill, Declaration of Independence, Trenton, Saratoga, Charlestown, Yorktown, and theTreaty of Paris,


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