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 Nationalism grew in the American colonies for all of the following reasons except that  The colonies were isolated from the help of Britain  Private.

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2  Nationalism grew in the American colonies for all of the following reasons except that  The colonies were isolated from the help of Britain  Private ownership of land gave the Americans a stake in their society  All the colonists had a common heritage from Great Britain  The colonies were accustomed to self-government

3  All the colonists had a common heritage from Great Britain

4  Which law was a direct threat against the colonists’ “power of the purse”?  Proclamation Line  Quartering Act  Stamp Act  Townshend Acts

5  Townshend Acts

6  The first successful example of colonial unity was the _________ Congress.  Albany  First Continental  Stamp Act  Sugar Act

7  Stamp Act

8  What colonial Congress attempted unsuccessfully to unite the colonies during the French and Indian War?

9  Albany Cognress

10  During what infamous incident did British redcoats kill five unarmed Patriots in 1770?

11  Boston Massacre

12  A) Samuel Adams  B) John Dickinson  C) George Grenville  D) Patrick Henry   ___ British minister who attempted to collect new taxes from the colonies

13  C) George Grenville

14  A) Samuel Adams  B) John Dickinson  C) George Grenville  D) Patrick Henry   ___ orator from Virginia who opposed British tyranny

15  D) Patrick Henry

16  A) Samuel Adams  B) John Dickinson  C) George Grenville  D) Patrick Henry   ___ leader of the Sons of Liberty

17  A) Samuel Adams

18  A) Samuel Adams  B) John Dickinson  C) George Grenville  D) Patrick Henry   ___ author of Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies

19  A) Samuel Adams

20  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ requirement that salaries, taxes and expenditures be scrutinized by elected officials

21  C) “power of the purse”

22  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ ban on colonization beyond the Appalachian Mountains

23  D) Proclamation Line

24  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ any tax on goods that are produced and consumed entirely within a country

25  B) internal tax

26  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ British attempt to tax legal and commercial documents in the colonies

27  G) Stamp Act

28  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ organization that opposed the tyranny of British ruleelected officials

29  F) Sons of Liberty

30  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ requirement that the colonists help provision the British army

31  E) Quartering Act

32  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ requirement that salaries, taxes and expenditures be scrutinized by elected officials

33  A) boycott  B) internal tax  C) “power of the purse”  D) Proclamation Line  E) Quartering Act  F) Sons of Liberty  G) Stamp Act  H) Sugar Act  I) Townshend Acts   ___ a repressive series of direct taxes on various colonial goods, such as glass

34  I) Townshend Acts

35  T/F the colonists responded to the Townshend Act with boycotts.

36  True

37  ___ John Dickinson and Patrick Henry were more upset about the high cost of the British taxes than the British right to tax.

38  False


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