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2 WHAT IT IS? The Who, What, When, Where, Why and How Game of THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION!!!! Developed by Mr. Durbin and Mr. Lenz

3 #1 What famous colonial rebel is coined with saying, “Taxation without representation is tyranny!”

4 #1 What famous colonial rebel is coined with saying, “Taxation without representation is tyranny!” James Otis Jr.

5 #2 What were British soldiers called, because of the color of their jackets?

6 #2 What were British soldiers called, because of the color of their jackets? The Redcoats

7 #3 What event led to the meeting of the First Continental Congress?

8 #3 What event led to the meeting of the First Continental Congress? The closing of the Port of Boston

9 #4 What was the main issue debated during the Second Continental Congress?

10 #4 What was the main issue debated during the Second Continental Congress? Whether to seek a peaceful or violent solution.

11 #5 How did King George’s reaction to the Declaration of Rights affect the relationship between Britain and the colonies?

12 #5 How did King George’s reaction to the Declaration of Rights affect the relationship between Britain and the colonies? It proved to the colonists that Britain would not listen to reason.

13 #6 On the night of April 18, 1775, a force of 700 British soldiers left Boston in search of a major colonial weapons storehouse rumored to be located where?

14 #6 On the night of April 18, 1775, a force of 700 British soldiers left Boston in search of a major colonial weapons storehouse rumored to be located where? Concord, Massachusetts

15 #7 Why did the captain of the Minutemen, yell out to his troops, “Don’t fire unless fired upon” at the Battle of Lexington?

16 #7 Why did the captain of the Minutemen, yell out to his troops, “Don’t fire unless fired upon” at the Battle of Lexington? He wanted to defend against an attack, not start a war.

17 #8 How would the opinions of delegates to the Second Continental Congress be best characterized?

18 #8 How would the opinions of delegates to the Second Continental Congress be best characterized? Delegates were far from unified, but were open to compromise.

19 #9 What did Congress do while George Washington was trying to prepare his army for war?

20 #9 What did Congress do while George Washington was trying to prepare his army for war? They made a last ditch effort to make peace with King George III

21 #10 What effect did Thomas Paine’s pamphlet Common Sense have on colonial leaders?

22 #10 What effect did Thomas Paine’s pamphlet Common Sense have on colonial leaders? It inspired them to challenge British authority

23 #11 Why did Thomas Paine think that citizens should make laws?

24 #11 Why did Thomas Paine think that citizens should make laws? He felt people had a natural right to govern themselves

25 #12 How did ideas that developed during the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening influence the colonists’ view of government?

26 #12 How did ideas that developed during the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening influence the colonists’ view of government? They began to desire political equality.

27 #13 Why might the ideas in Thomas Paine’s Common Sense have been considered bold at the time it was written?

28 #13 Why might the ideas in Thomas Paine’s Common Sense have been considered bold at the time it was written? Most of the world was still ruled by Monarchs

29 #14 Why did Thomas Jefferson feel the colonists had the right to break away from Great Britain?

30 #14 Why did Thomas Jefferson feel the colonists had the right to break away from Great Britain? Because Great Britain did not protect the rights of the colonists.

31 #15 “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights…” According to this passage from the Declaration of Independence, how were natural laws different from the laws imposed by Great Britain?

32 #15 “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights…” According to this passage from the Declaration of Independence, how were natural laws different from the laws imposed by Great Britain? Natural laws valued a shared sense of humanity over written legislation.

33 #16 Why was the phrase, “taxation without representation” so important to the revolutionary cause?

34 #16 Why was the phrase, “taxation without representation” so important to the revolutionary cause? Colonists did not wish to support a government in which they had no voice.

35 #17 The Declaration of Independence raised questions about slavery because

36 #17 The Declaration of Independence raised questions about slavery because Its message was not consistent with the practice of slavery.

37 #18 Which group of people felt the colonies did not need independence?

38 #18 Which group of people felt the colonies did not need independence? Loyalists

39 #19 Why did thousands of African-American slaves sign on with the British Army?

40 #19 Why did thousands of African-American slaves sign on with the British Army? The British offered freedom to any slave who served in their army.

41 #20 Before the battle in New Jersey, why did many Patriot leaders favor a defensive war?

42 #20 Before the battle in New Jersey, why did many Patriot leaders favor a defensive war? They were low on supplies and fighting a defensive war would save them.

43 #21 Why was winning the battle in New Jersey so important to George Washington?

44 #21 Why was winning the battle in New Jersey so important to George Washington? The one-year contract many of his soldiers were fighting under was due to expire, and he knew soldiers would not reenlist in a losing army.

45 #22 Why was the Battle of Trenton different from previous battles fought by the Patriots?

46 #22 Why was the Battle of Trenton different from previous battles fought by the Patriots? They went on the offensive.

47 #23 Why was the Battle of Saratoga a turning point for the Patriots?

48 #23 Why was the Battle of Saratoga a turning point for the Patriots? The Patriots gained support from the French and the Spanish.

49 #24 Why was the Marquis de Lafayette interested in the American Revolution?

50 #24 Why was the Marquis de Lafayette interested in the American Revolution? He believed in the rights of all nations to govern themselves.

51 #25 Why was the winter at Valley Forge such different time for the Continental Army?

52 #25 Why was the winter at Valley Forge such different time for the Continental Army? The army lacked protection and supplies.

53 #26 What challenges did the Patriots face at sea?

54 #26 What challenges did the Patriots face at sea? They had too few ships to fight large battles against the British.

55 #27 What was the importance of the War in West during the American Revolution?

56 #27 What was the importance of the War in West during the American Revolution? Though they were not able to take the British strongholds(forts or area), but they were able to undermine the British support system.

57 #28 Who was nicknamed “The Swamp Fox”, and why?

58 #28 Who was nicknamed “The Swamp Fox”, and why? Francis Marion, because of his stealth and lightening speed in carrying out guerrilla warfare in the South.

59 #29 What was the first event that led to the Patriots’ defeat of the British at Yorktown?

60 #29 What was the first event that led to the Patriots’ defeat of the British at Yorktown? British general, Charles Cornwallis moved his troops in hopes of maintaining communication with the British navy.

61 #30 All of the following were reasons the British set their sights on the South EXCEPT? a)Fighters in the northern colonies were giving the British unanticipated difficulty. b) Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia had large populations of pro-British Loyalists. c) They could use brutal tactics, because it would take longer for news to reach the capital. d) Slaves could be turned against the colonists with guns and the promise of freedom.

62 #30 All of the following were reasons the British set their sights on the South EXCEPT? a) Fighters in the northern colonies were giving the British unanticipated difficulty. b) Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia had large populations of pro-British Loyalists. c) They could use brutal tactics, because it would take longer for news to reach the capital. d) Slaves could be turned against the colonists with guns and the promise of freedom. c) They could use brutal tactics, because it would take longer for news to reach the capital.

63 #31 What was the primary reason why the British entered into peace talks with America after the Battle of Yorktown?

64 #31 What was the primary reason why the British entered into peace talks with America after the Battle of Yorktown? The British could afford to spend years on writing an agreeable treaty, but could not afford to spend more money on its army.

65 #32 What was the main reason that the colonists felt Great Britain had no right to tax them?

66 #32 What was the main reason that the colonists felt Great Britain had no right to tax them? Because they felt it was wrong for them to be taxed, since they were not represented in Parliament.

67 #33 What would best describe the Continental Army at the beginning of the American Revolution?

68 #33 What would best describe the Continental Army at the beginning of the American Revolution? They were a poorly trained militia that was going against a professional army.

69 #34 What was the main importance of the pamphlet Common Sense?

70 #34 What was the main importance of the pamphlet Common Sense? It convinced many colonists that the colonies should declare their independence from Great Britain.

71 #35 Who primarily wrote the Declaration of Independence?

72 #35 Who primarily wrote the Declaration of Independence? Thomas Jefferson

73 #36 What English philosopher believed that people had natural rights and laws and influenced the writing of the Declaration of Independence?

74 #36 What English philosopher believed that people had natural rights and laws and influenced the writing of the Declaration of Independence? John Locke

75 #37 Which of the following had once helped in the invasion of Canada, but later became a traitor and tried to sell out his country by giving up a fort?

76 #37 Which of the following had once helped in the invasion of Canada, but later became a traitor and tried to sell out his country by giving up a fort? Benedict Arnold

77 #38 Who was the famous member of the Virginia House of Burgesses that once Said, “Give me liberty or give me death”?

78 #38 Who was the famous member of the Virginia House of Burgesses that once Said, “Give me liberty or give me death”? Patrick Henry

79 #39 Who was the Virginian that was serving in the Second Continental Congress and then chosen to be the leader of the Continental Army?

80 #39 Who was the Virginian that was serving in the Second Continental Congress and then chosen to be the leader of the Continental Army? George Washington

81 #40 Who was the President of the Continental Congress and became the first signer of The Declaration of Independence?

82 #40 Who was the President of the Continental Congress and became the first signer of The Declaration of Independence? John Hancock

83 #41 What was the central idea of the Declaration of Independence that could NOT be taken away by the government?

84 #41 What was the central idea of the Declaration of Independence that could NOT be taken away by the government? That all people had natural rights or unalienable rights such as freedom.

85 #42 Which group of colonists that supported the British, left Boston at the same time that the British troops did?

86 #42 Which of the following groups of colonists that supported the British, left Boston at the same time that the British troops did? Loyalists

87 #43 What was the name of the colonial militia that resisted British troops at Lexington and Concord and were ready to fight quickly?

88 #43 What was the name of the colonial militia that resisted British troops at Lexington and Concord and were ready to fight quickly? The Minutemen

89 #44 Who became famous because of his participation in a ride through the countryside to warn colonists about British troop movements?

90 #44 Who became famous because of his participation in a ride through the countryside to warn colonists about British troop movements? Paul Revere

91 #45 Where did thousands of British loyalists that had been living in the colonies flee to during the American Revolution?

92 #45 Where did thousands of British loyalists that had been living in the colonies flee to during the American Revolution? Canada

93 #46 Who was the 19-year-old French noble who served in the Patriot army and convinced his father, the king, to send 6000 more troops to America?

94 #46 Who was the 19-year-old French noble who served in the Patriot army and convinced his father, the king, to send 6000 more troops to America? The Marquis de Lafayette

95 #47 All of the following statements are TRUE about the pamphlet The American Crisis EXCEPT? a.It was written while the British was winning the war b.It criticized American soldiers who quit in hard times as not being true patriots c.It encouraged Americans to continue fighting for independence d.It was written by Patrick Henry of the House of Burgesses

96 #47 All of the following statements are TRUE about the pamphlet The American Crisis EXCEPT? It was written by Patrick Henry Of the House of Burgesses a.It was written while the British was winning the war b.It criticized American soldiers who quit in hard times as not being true patriots c.It encouraged Americans to continue fighting for independence d.It was written by Patrick Henry of the House of Burgesses

97 #48 What were the two reasons that the British decided to invade the South after The Battles of Saratoga?

98 #48 What were the two reasons that the British decided to invade the South after The Battles of Saratoga? They had not been able to win battles in the Northern colonies or stay in control of those areas they had taken and they knew that there were more loyalists in the South and believed that they would help the British in the fight.

99 #49 Who was the American that had the most influence in getting France’s help in the war effort?

100 #49 Who was the American that had the most influence in getting France’s help in the war effort? Benjamin Franklin

101 #50 Whose victories west of the Appalachian Mountains, helped give the United States a claim to these lands?

102 #50 Whose victories west of the Appalachian Mountains, helped give the United States a claim to these lands? George Rogers Clark

103 #51 How did the geography of America Help the Patriots win the America Revolution?

104 #51 How did the geography of America Help the Patriots win the America Revolution? It was too large of an area for the British army to conquer and control as they had to move to new locations to fight

105 #52 Even though he was a Quaker and a pacifist, this general put aside his personal beliefs, because he believed so strongly in independence and became one of Washington’s best leaders?

106 #52 Even though he was a Quaker and a pacifist, this general put aside his personal beliefs, because he believed so strongly in independence and became one of Washington’s best leaders? Nathaniel Greene

107 #53 Which of the following helped lead Parliament to repeal the Stamp Act in the colonies?

108 #53 Which of the following helped lead Parliament to repeal the Stamp Act in the colonies? London merchants were complaining to Parliament that the boycott of goods in the colonies was hurting their business

109 #54 Who was the main naval leader of the American forces during the War for Independence against Britain?

110 #54 Who was the main naval leader of the American forces during the War for Independence against Britain? John Paul Jones

111 #55 On what date was the Declaration of Independence formally adopted?

112 #55 On what date was the Declaration of Independence formally adopted? July 4, 1776

113 #56 All of the following groups were left out of the Declaration of Independence EXCEPT? a) African Americans b) Native Americans c) White male Americans d) Women

114 #56 All of the following groups were left out of the Declaration of Independence EXCEPT? a) African Americans b) Native Americans c) White male Americans d) Women c) White male Americans

115 #57 What was the name of the colonial army during the American Revolution?

116 #57 What was the name of the colonial army during the American Revolution? Continental Army

117 #58 What document did the First Continental Congress send to King George III that consisted of 10 resolutions that included the right to “life, liberty, and property”?

118 #58 What document did the First Continental Congress send to King George III that consisted of 10 resolutions that included the right to “life, liberty, and property”? The Declaration of Rights

119 #59 What was the battle that George Washington won after he rowed across the Delaware River on the evening of Dec 25 th, 1776?

120 #59 What was the battle that George Washington won after he rowed across the Delaware River on the evening of Dec 25th, 1776? The Battle of Trenton

121 #60 Who was the Continental Army Officer who went behind enemy lines to get secrets and said at his execution after being captured “I regret that I have but one life to lose for my country” ?

122 #60 Who was the Continental Army Officer who went behind enemy lines to get secrets and said at his execution after being captured “I regret that I have but one life to lose for my country” ? Nathan Hale

123 #61 What were the name of the mercenaries from Germany called, that helped the British fight against the colonist?

124 #61 What were the name of the mercenaries from Germany called, that helped the British fight against the colonist? The Hessians

125 #62 Who was the leader that stepped up and helped General Washington command the troops at the Battle of Yorktown?

126 #62 Who was the leader that stepped up and helped General Washington command the troops at the Battle of Yorktown? Comte de Rochambeau

127 #63 What was the last major battle Of the American Revolution?

128 #63 What was the last major battle Of the American Revolution? The Battle of Yorktown

129 #64 What was the name of the treaty that ended the American Revolution?

130 #64 What was the name of the treaty that ended the American Revolution? The Treaty of Paris of 1783

131 #65 All of the following were reasons the Americans won the American Revolution over the British EXCEPT?

132 #65 All of the following were reasons the Americans won the American Revolution over the British EXCEPT? The Americans had a superior Army

133 #66 All of the following were conditions of the treaty that ended the Revolutionary War EXCEPT?

134 #66 All of the following were conditions of the treaty that ended the Revolutionary War EXCEPT? The Americans agreed not to form a New Plan of Government

135 #67 All of the following were conditions of the treaty that ended the Revolutionary War EXCEPT? a. The boundaries of the United States would be the Mississippi River on the west, Canada to the North, and Spanish Florida in the South b. That Britain would recognize the United States as independent c. That the United States would have to give Native Americans the right to vote, because of their support for the United States during the American Revolution d. The British would return any enslaved persons back to slave owners that they had captured during the war

136 #67 All of the following were conditions of the treaty that ended the Revolutionary War EXCEPT? That the United States would have to give Native Americans the right to vote, because of their support for the United States during the American Revolution

137 #68 Which of the following was a member of The Second Continental Congress and A major leader of the Boston Sons of Liberty?

138 #68 Which of the following was a member of The Second Continental Congress and A major leader of the Boston Sons of Liberty? Samuel Adams

139 #69 What was the name of the last ditch Effort for peace from the colonist That was sent to King George III of Great Britain?

140 #69 What was the name of the last ditch Effort for peace from the colonist That was sent to King George III of Great Britain? The Olive Branch Petition

141 #70 Which area of the colonies included a lot Of guerilla style warfare and some Of the most vicious fighting of the war?

142 #70 Which area of the colonies included a lot Of guerilla style warfare and some Of the most vicious fighting of the war? ? The Southern Colonies

143 #71 All of the following were results of the Battle of Saratoga EXCEPT?

144 #71 All of the following were results of the Battle of Saratoga EXCEPT? a. The British were prevented from gaining control of the Hudson River Valley in New York b. Spain and France agreed to openly aid the Americans c. The Continental Army achieved a great victory d. The entire British army surrendered to Washington and his forces The entire British Arm surrendered To Washington and his forces

145 #72 What was the primary way most women Helped the Patriot cause during the war?

146 #72 What was the primary way most women Helped the Patriot cause during the war ? They cooked for the soldiers And provided care for the sick and wounded

147 #73 Which of the following was an idea that the British believed would happen if they could win a decisive or major battle in the early years of the war?

148 #73 Which of the following was an idea that the British believed would happen if they could win a decisive or major battle in the early years of the war? They thought the colonist would quit

149 #74 What were the British soldiers called Because of the color of their jackets?

150 #74 What were the British soldiers called Because of the color of their jackets ? Redcoats

151 #75 Which woman sent her husband a letter At the Second Continental Congress And asked him to include women’s rights In the Declaration of Independence?

152 #75 Which woman sent her husband a letter At the Second Continental Congress And asked him to include women’s rights In the Declaration of Independence ? Abigail Adams

153 #76 All of the following were things The Second Continental Congress did EXCEPT? a. They sent a petition to London asking for a peaceful settlement b. They voted to ban all trade with Britain until the Intolerable Acts were repealed c. The authorized the printing of paper money to pay for the troops d. They sent a bill to Parliament that said the King and Parliament were evil and that only war could solve their problems.

154 #76 All of the following were things The Second Continental Congress did EXCEPT? They sent a bill to Parliament that said the King and Parliament were evil and that only war could solve their problems.

155 #77 Who was he leader of the Green Mountain Boys that helped take Fort Ticonderoga?

156 #77 Who was he leader of the Green Mountain Boys that helped take Fort Ticonderoga ? Ethan Allen

157 #78 Where was the Battle of Bunker Hill Actually fought?

158 #78 Where was the Battle of Bunker Hill Actually fought? Breeds Hill

159 #79 How did General Washington drive the British out of Boston in March of 1776?

160 #79 How did General Washington drive the British out of Boston in March of 1776? His placement of the large guns or heavy artillery that was captured at Fort Ticonderoga onto the hills at Dorchester Heights forced the British to retreat to the sea and up to Canada

161 #80 Why was the Stamp Act of 1765 Particularly upsetting to the colonist?

162 #80 Why was the Stamp Act of 1765 Particularly upsetting to the colonist? It was the first time Parliament tried to tax the colonist directly.

163 #81 Why did Parliament repeal almost all of the Townshend Acts?

164 #81 Why did Parliament repeal almost all of the Townshend Acts? It wanted to reduce the tension between the colonist and Britain

165 #82 What did the colonist call the Coercive Acts passed by Parliament in the Spring Of 1774?

166 #82 What did the colonist call the Coercive Acts passed by Parliament in the Spring Of 1774? The Intolerable Acts

167 #83 Who was the English philosopher who Believed people had natural rights such As equality and liberty?

168 #83 Who was the English philosopher who Believed people had natural rights such As equality and liberty? John Locke

169 #84 The famous saying “Taxation without representation is tyranny” was coined by who?

170 #84 The famous saying “Taxation without representation is tyranny” was coined by who? James Otis Jr.

171 #85 Who was the most famous person killed At the Boston Massacre who was part Native American part African American?

172 #85 Who was the most famous person killed At the Boston Massacre who was part Native American part African American? Crispus Attucks

173 #86 The British East India Company was in charge of what type of trade based on an act passed in 1773?

174 #86 The British East India Company was in charge of what type of trade based on an act passed in 1773? Tea

175 #87 His famous engraving of the Boston Massacre from the colonial point of view helped incite many of the colonist to want Britain to pay for what they had done?

176 #87 His famous engraving of the Boston Massacre from the colonial point of view helped incite many of the colonist to want Britain to pay for what they had done? Paul Revere

177 #88 This act was passed by Britain when they repealed the Stamp Act to tell the colonies they had complete authority over them?

178 #88 This act was passed by Britain when they repealed the Stamp Act to tell the colonies they had complete authority over them? The Declaratory Act

179 #89 Samuel Adams put this organization together to communicate with people from all the colonies by letter to keep them informed of the goings on?

180 #89 Samuel Adams put this organization together to communicate with people from all the colonies by letter to keep them informed of the goings on? Committees of Correspondence

181 #90 All of the following were not a part of the Intolerable Acts EXCEPT?

182 #90 All of the following were part of the Intolerable Acts EXCEPT? a.The colonists were forced to pay a $ fine to King Ralph and Parliament for each day they did not pay for all the damaged tea b. The charter of Massachusetts was canceled and the legislature could only meet if the governor gave permission c. A new Quartering Act required colonists to house British soldiers d. British General Thomas Gage became the new governor of Massachusetts The colonists were forced to pay a $ fine to King Ralph and Parliament for each day they did not pay for all the damaged tea

183 #91 What do we call a form of protest in which you refuse to buy a certain good to force some kind of change?

184 #91 What do we call a form of protest in which you refuse to buy a certain good to force some kind of change? Boycott

185 #92 What secret society was formed by Samuel Adams to help organize protests and resistance to British laws and taxes?

186 #92 What secret society was formed by Samuel Adams to help organize protests and resistance to British laws and taxes? Sons of Liberty

187 #93 What would be taxed under the Stamp Act of 1865?

188 #93 What would be taxed under the Stamp Act of 1865? ALL PAPER OBJECTS Cards, marriage license newspapers etc

189 #94 How did the British soldiers use Writs of Assistance?

190 #94 How did the British soldiers use Writs of Assistance? It allowed British soldiers to enter colonist houses and search for smuggled goods.

191 #95 What group dressed as Indians, allegedly Led the Boston Tea Party on Dec 16, 1773?

192 #95 What group dressed as Indians, allegedly Led the Boston Tea Party on Dec 16, 1773? Sons of Liberty

193 #96 What was the name for people in the colonies that sided with the rebels that wanted to fight for independence?

194 #96 What was the name for people in the colonies that sided with the rebels that wanted to fight for independence? Patriots

195 #97 All of the following were challenges Washington had commanding the Continental Army EXCEPT? a.He was trying to avoid a major defeat until his army was large enough, trained better and more equipped to face the professional British troops b. He seldom had enough equipment, food or supplies for his troops c.Most of his troops were too old and had trouble trying to keep up with the marching, carrying of their supplies, the long hours and lack of adequate sleeping quarters d.Fighting with an army of volunteers who often went home when their time of service was up made it difficult to produce a cohesive professional army

196 #97 All of the following were challenges Washington had commanding the Continental Army EXCEPT? a.He was trying to avoid a major defeat until his army was large enough, trained better and more equipped to face the professional British troops b. He seldom had enough equipment, food or supplies for his troops c.Most of his troops were too old and had trouble trying to keep up with the marching, carrying of their supplies, the long hours and lack of adequate sleeping quarters d.Fighting with an army of volunteers who often went home when their time of service was up made it difficult to produce a cohesive professional army Most of his troops were too old

197 #98 What was the name of the fort that had several large cannons or heavy artillery that Benedict Arnold assisted in capturing In May of 1775?

198 #98 What was the name of the fort that had several large cannons or heavy artillery that Benedict Arnold assisted in capturing In May of 1775? Fort Ticonderoga

199 #99 How was George Rogers Clark’s battle strategy similar to that of John Paul Jones’s strategy at sea?

200 #99 How was George Rogers Clark’s battle strategy similar to that of John Paul Jones’s strategy at sea? Both tried to weaken the British by attacking their supply lines

201 #100 Which of the following showed that A majority of Americans were Probably not in support of the war at the onset of the American Revolution?

202 #100 What showed that most were against the war at the onset of the American Revolution ? Because loyalist and neutral colonist outnumbered the Patriots

203 #101 On what date was the Declaration of Independence formally adopted?

204 #101 On what date was the Declaration of Independence formally adopted? July 4, 1776

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