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3 Don’t Forget... Contestants

4 …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!

5 Hands on your buzzers, its...

6 French and Indian War Taxes & Acts Redcoat or Militia? Protests Revolutionary People Potpourri Click HERE for Double JeopardyHERE

7 THIS WAS THE FIRST BATTLE OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR French and Indian War $100

8 Fort Necessity Back to Game

9 ONE KEY FRENCH ADVANTAGE WAS THAT THEY HAD MANY MORE OF THESE KEY DEFENSIVE BUILDINGS French and Indian War $200

10 Forts Back to Game

11 THIS SIDE HAD THE ADVANTAGE OF A LARGER COLONIAL POPULATION. French and Indian War $300

12 The British Back to Game

13 THIS NATIVE AMERICAN GROUP JOINED THE BRITISH TO GET BACK AT THEIR ENEMY WHO HAD SIDED WITH THE FRENCH. French and Indian War $400

14 Iroquois Back to Game

15 THIS WAS ONE OF THE LAST BATTLES OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR AND MARKED BRITISH VICTORY AS THE CAPITAL OF NEW FRANCE WAS TAKEN French and Indian War $500

16 Back to Game Quebec

17 THIS WAS A TAX ON ALL LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND WAS PROTESTED BY COLONISTS UNTIL IT WAS LATER REPEALED BY PARLIAMENT Taxes and Acts $100

18 Stamp Act Back to Game

19 THIS WAS A SERIES OF TAXES ON GLASS, PAPER, SILK, LEAD, AND TEA Taxes and Acts $200

20 Townshend Acts Back to Game

21 THESE ACTS WERE DESIGNED TO PUNISH THE CITY OF BOSTON. Taxes and Acts $300

22 Intolerable Acts Back to Game

23 Taxes and Acts $400 THIS LEGAL DOCUMENT ALLOWED CUSTOMS OFFICIALS TO SEARCH ANY SHIP OR HOME FOR SMUGGLED GOODS

24 writ of assistance Back to Game

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26 Taxes and Acts $500 THIS ACT STATED THAT BRITAIN HAD THE RIGHT TO PASS ANY TAXES OR LAWS ON THE COLONIES THAT THEY WANTED TO

27 Declaratory Act Back to Game

28 THIS MAN LED THE BRITISH TROOPS AT FORT NECESSITY AND LATER BECAME A KEY AMERICAN GENERAL IN THE REVOLUTION Revolutionary People $100

29 George Washington Back to Game

30 THIS FAMOUS BOSTONIAN STARTED THE COMMITTEES OF CORRESPONDENCE AND COINED THE PHRASE "BOSTON MASSACRE" Revolutionary People $200

31 Samuel Adams Back to Game

32 Revolutionary People $300 THIS LAWYER AND FUTURE PRESIDENT DEFENDED THE SOLDIERS RESPONSIBLE FOR KILLING COLONISTS AT THE BOSTON MASSACRE

33 John Adams Back to Game

34 Revolutionary People $400 THIS MAN CREATED A POLITICAL CARTOON OF A CUT UP SNAKE WITH THE MESSAGE "JOIN OR DIE."

35 Benjamin Franklin Back to Game

36 Revolutionary People $500 THIS WOMAN SHOWED HER PATRIOTISM BY POKING FUN AT THE BRITISH IN A SERIES OF PLAYS THAT SHE WROTE

37 Back to Game Mercy Otis Warren

38 Redcoat or Militia? $100 USED GUERILLA STYLE FIGHTING.

39 Militia Back to Game

40 Redcoat or Militia? $200 MORE DISCIPLINED AND PROFESSIONAL.

41 Redcoats Back to Game

42 ORGANIZED LOCALLY WITH CAPTAINS IN CHARGE. Redcoat or Militia? $300

43 militia Back to Game

44 HAD COMMANDERS WITH PERSONAL AIDES AND TEA TIME. Redcoat or Militia? $400

45 British (Redcoats) Back to Game

46 STARTED TO SEE THEMSELVES AS DIFFERENT BASED ON THE WAY THEY WERE TREATED. Redcoat or Militia? $500

47 American colonists (or militia) Back to Game

48 Protests $100 THIS IS WHAT MANY COLONISTS WOULD CRY OUT TO DEMONSTRATE HOW THEY THOUGHT THE TAXES WERE UNFAIR

49 No Taxation Without Representation! Back to Game

50 Protests $200 COLONISTS PROTESTED MANY TAXES BY DOING THIS TO BRITISH GOODS, WHICH IS REFUSING TO BUY THEM

51 Boycott Back to Game

52 Protests $300 THIS COLONIAL PROTEST ANGERED BRITAIN GREATLY AND CAUSED THEM TO PASS THE INTOLERABLE ACTS

53 Boston Tea Party Back to Game

54 Protests $400 THOUGH THIS IS NOT AN ACTUAL LAW, IT WAS AN AGREEMENT BY THE COLONISTS TO BOYCOTT ANY GOODS TAXED BY THE TOWNSHEND ACTS

55 Non-importation Act Back to Game

56 Protests $500 THIS WAS A NETWORK OF WRITING LETTERS TO INFORM DIFFERENT COLONIES ABOUT THE WRONGS BEING DONE BY THE BRITISH

57 committees of correspondence Back to Game

58 Potpourri $100 IN THE TREATY OF PARIS, 1763, THIS COUNTRY RECEIVED ALL OF THE LAND WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER

59 Back to Game Spain

60 Potpourri $200 THIS WAS A GROUP OF PATRIOT WOMEN WHO ORGANIZED TO ONLY WEAR DRESSES OF HOME SPUN CLOTH IN ORDER TO BOYCOTT BRITISH CLOTHING

61 Back to Game Daughters of Liberty

62 Potpourri $300 THE ONLY CRIME COMMITTED BY THE SONS OF LIBERTY AT THIS EVENT WAS THE DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY.

63 Boston Tea Party Back to Game

64 Potpourri $400 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PROPOSED THIS PLAN WHICH WOULD UNITE THE COLONIES INTO ONE GOVERNMENT

65 Albany Plan of Union Back to Game

66 Potpourri $500 THE FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS IN 1774 DECIDED TO SET UP THESE VOLUNTEER ARMIES IN EACH COLONY.

67 militias Back to Game

68 Advantages & Disadvantages Starts with “P” 8 Letter Words Ends with “T”ea Treaty of Paris 1763 Stupid Answers

69 THIS NATION HAD A LARGER COLONIAL POPULATION DURING THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. Advantages & Disadvantages $200

70 Britain Back to Game

71 THIS NATION HAD MORE STRATEGICALLY PLACED FORTS. Advantages & Disadvantages $400

72 France Back to Game

73 THIS WAS A DISADVANTAGE RELATED TO THE UNIFORMS OF THE BRITISH SOLDIERS. Advantages & Disadvantages $600

74 Red coats easy to see Back to Game

75 THIS GROUP WAS AT A DISADVANTAGE BECAUSE INSTEAD OF HAVING ONE COLONIAL GOVERNMENT, THEY HAD 13. Advantages & Disadvantages $800

76 British Back to Game

77 THIS NATION HAD MORE COASTAL COLONIES, WHICH HELPED WHEN BRINGING IN SOLDIERS AND SUPPLIES. Advantages & Disadvantages $1000

78 Back to Game Britain

79 THIS LAW FORBID ANY ENGLISH COLONISTS FROM SETTLING THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY. Starts with “P” $200

80 Proclamation of 1763 Back to Game

81 THIS TERM MEANS A COLONIST WHO WANTED TO BREAK AWAY FROM GREAT BRITAIN. Starts with “P” $400

82 Patriot Back to Game

83 THIS PART OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT PASSED TAXES AND ACTS THAT AFFECTED THE COLONIES. Starts with “P” $600

84 Parliament Back to Game

85 Starts with “P” $800 THIS OTTAWA CHIEF LED A RESISTANCE AGAINST COLONISTS TRYING TO MOVE INTO THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY.

86 Pontiac Back to Game

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88 Starts with “P” $1000 THIS VIRGINIAN COINED THE PHRASE, "TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION IS TYRANNY," AND SAID "GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH!"

89 Patrick Henry Back to Game

90 THIS NATION WAS GIVEN ALL OF THE LAND EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND CANADA FROM FRANCE. Treaty of Paris $200

91 Britain Back to Game

92 FRANCE GAVE THIS TO SPAIN AS PAYMENT FOR DRAGGING SPAIN INTO A LOSING WAR. Treaty of Paris $400

93 Land west of the Mississippi River Back to Game

94 Treaty of Paris $600 BRITAIN WAS GIVEN FLORIDA BY THIS NATION.

95 Spain Back to Game

96 Treaty of Paris $800 THIS WAS THE LAND THAT FRANCE WAS ALLOWED TO KEEP AFTER THE TREATY OF PARIS.

97 sugar growing islands Back to Game

98 Treaty of Paris $1000 AFTER THE TREATY OF PARIS WAS SIGNED, THIS MONEY ISSUE BECAME BRITAIN'S NEW BIGGEST PROBLEM.

99 Back to Game debt

100 8 Letter Words $200 SAMUEL ADAMS USED THIS WORD TO DESCRIBE THE KILLING OF 5 CIVILIANS IN FRONT OF THE THE BOSTON CUSTOM'S HOUSE.

101 massacre Back to Game

102 8 Letter Words $400 THESE (PLURAL) ARE ORGANIZED REFUSALS TO BUY CERTAIN PRODUCTS THAT WERE TAXED.

103 boycotts Back to Game

104 THIS FRENCH CITY WAS CAPTURED BY THE BRITISH SHORTLY AFTER QUEBEC NEAR THE END OF THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR. 8 Letter Words $600

105 Montreal Back to Game

106 IF YOU WERE WEARING DRESSES MADE OF HOMESPUN CLOTH, YOU WOULD BE A "THIS" OF LIBERTY. 8 Letter Words $800

107 Daughter Back to Game

108 THE STAMP ACT ________ WAS WHEN COLONISTS SIGNED A PETITION CALLING THE STAMP ACT UNJUST. 8 Letter Words $1000

109 Congress Back to Game

110 Ends with “T”ea $200 THIS ACT WAS NOT A HIGH TAX, BUT ACTUALLY LOWERED THE PRICE OF A GOOD BUT PUT MERCHANTS OUT OF BUSINESS.

111 Tea Act Back to Game

112 Ends with “T”ea $400 THIS PRIME MINISTER PLANNED TO WIN THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR BY FOCUSING ON NORTH AMERICA.

113 William Pitt Back to Game

114 Ends with “T”ea $600 MOLASSES WAS ONE OF THE TAXED GOODS UNDER THIS LAW.

115 Sugar Act Back to Game

116 Ends with “T”ea $800 THIS WAS A SLANG TERM FOR A BRITISH SOLDIER.

117 A Red Coat Back to Game

118 Ends with “T”ea $1000 THIS BRITISH LAW ALLOWED FRENCH CANADIANS TO SET UP THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT IN CANADA AND MOVE TO THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY.

119 Quebec Act Back to Game

120 Stupid Answers $200 GEORGE WASHINGTON STARTED THIS WAR BY FIGHTING AGAINST THE FRENCH AND SOME INDIANS.

121 Back to Game The French and Indian War

122 Stupid Answers $400 THIS ACT REQUIRED COLONISTS TO PAY FOR THE QUARTERING OF BRITISH SOLDIERS.

123 Back to Game Quartering Act

124 Stupid Answers $600 THIS TREATY ENDING THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR WAS SIGNED IN PARIS IN 1763.

125 Treaty of Paris, 1763 Back to Game

126 Stupid Answers $800 THIS ACT REQUIRED COLONISTS TO PAY FOR A STAMP TO PUT ON ALL LEGAL DOCUMENTS AND SOME EVERYDAY ITEMS.

127 Stamp Act Back to Game

128 Stupid Answers $1000 CHARLES TOWNSHEND HELPED PASS THESE TAXES ON LEAD, SILK, PAINT, AND TEA.

129 Townshend Acts Back to Game


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