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Chapter 4: Growth of the Colonies
Don’t Forget... Contestants
…Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!
Remember to work as a team!
500 100 200 300 100 300 200 300 200 100 200 500 300 200 100 400 People Stuff French and Indian War Vocabula ry Vocabula ry Did you know
He exemplified the Enlightenment. Who is…? People for $100
Ben Franklin Back to Game
What is…? People for $200 A social movement that led to formation of many new churches and spread the idea of Enlightenment and belief grows that all people are equal before God.
The Great Awakening Back to Game
Who is …? People for $300 A British commander who was sent to conquer the French in the Ohio Valley.
Back to Game Edward Braddock
A group of civilians trained to fight in emergencies. Who are…? People for $400
Militia Good Answer! Back to Game
He changed Britain’s fortune in the war with France Who is…? People for $500
Back to Game William Pitt
How England viewed its North American colonies. What is..? Stuff $100
Back to Game An Economic resource
How the Navigation Acts affected the English Colonists. What is…? Stuff for $200
Back to Game 1.Colonist loss income due to trade being directed by England. 2.Colonist had to use English ships only even if other ships from other countries offered lower shipping cost. 3.Colonist felt they were forced to smuggle.
This created friction between Britain and the colonist because many speculators had already bought land west of the mountains. What is..? Stuff for $300
Back to Game The Proclamation Line of1763
What is…? Stuff for $400 Most colonial government allowed these people to vote.
White men who owned property Back to Game
What is…? Stuff for $500 He felt that British settlers threatened the Native American way of life so he declared war on them.
Back to Game Pontiac
What is…? Did you know for $100 Three parts of the Triangular trade.
1.Sugar and Molasses to new England 2.New England industries makes rum 3.Rum shipped to Africa to trade for slaves Back to Game
The French and Indian War, also known as the Seven Year War, ended this year. Did you know for $200 What is…
Back to Game 1763
Where is…? Did you know for $300 The Treaty of Paris marked the end of power in North America for this country.
Back to Game France
What is…? Did you know for $400 Inhuman aspect of the triangular trade
Back to Game. Middle Passage
What is…? Did you know for $500 When King John signed this, it established the principle of limiting the power of government.
Back to Game Magna Carta
What is…? French and Indian War$100 The treaty that ended this war.
Treaty of Paris Back to Game
What is…? French and Indian War for $200 This plan called for one general government for all American colonies.
Albany Plan of Union Back to Game
What are…? French and Indian War for $300
Back to Game
What is…? French and Indian War for $400 This Political cartoon of “Join or Die” by Franklin is sending what message to the Albany Congress
Must Unite and be strong or be apart and weak. Back to Game
What are…? French and Indian War for $500 The Seven Year’s War was a war between what nations?
France and Britain Back to Game
What is…? Vocabulary for $100 Type of farming practiced in new York.
Cash Crop Back to Game
What are…? Vocabulary for $200 Type of farming practiced in New England.
Subsistence Back to Game
What is…? Vocabulary for $300 Theory that holds that a nation’s power is depended on expanding its trade.
Back to Game Mercantilism
What is…? Vocabulary for $400 First public school was passed in this colony.
Back to Game Massachusetts
What is…? Vocabulary for $500 Terms of the Treaty of Paris 1763.
Back to Game 1.Spain gets the land west of Mississippi river 2.France must surrender Canada and Ohio river valley 3.Britain gets the Spanish land Florida
How the Navigation Acts affected the colonists. Double Jeopardy