Question Answer Colonial Period-100 This existed in the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies because there was a need for labor. What is slavery?
Question Answer Colonial Period- 200 This person headed the colonies, but appointed a governor to represent him and rule the colony directly. Who was the British King?
Question Answer Colonial Period-300 This war was fought in the thirteen colonies and was bought between the French and Indians versus the British and the colonists. What was the French and Indian War?
Question Answer Colonial Period-400 The British imposed taxes on the colonists after the French and Indian War for this reason. What was to raise money to pay back their debts caused by the war?
Question Answer Native Americans-500 The thirteen colonies were only allowed to trade with each other and England, the colonist sold their raw materials to England at a low price, and the colonists were expected to buy more expensive manufactured goods from England are all characteristics of this economic term. What is Mercantalism?
Question Answer This act taxed newspapers and official documents. What was the Stamp Act? Period of Discontent-100
Question Answer Period of Discontent-200 This act taxed paint, glass, and tea. What was the Townshend Acts?
Question Answer Period of Discontent-300 Colonist refused to purchase goods from England as a form of protest, this is known as a ________. What is a boycott?
Question Answer Period of Discontent-400 During this event colonists threw snowballs and chunks of ice at Redcoats in front of a tax collection office. During this event Redcoats opened fire and killed 5 colonists. What was the Boston Massacre?
Question Answer Period of Discontent- 500 The quote used by colonists to show that they should have a say in the creation of taxes. What was “no taxation without representation”?
Question Answer American Revolution-100 By fighting in the revolution the colonists were hoping to gain this from Britain. What was independence?
Question Answer American Revolution- 200 Name given to colonists who wanted to gain independence from Britain. Who were the Patriots?
Question Answer American Revolution- 300 Name given to the colonists who favored British rule over the colonies. Who were the Loyalists?
Question Answer American Revolution- 400 Representatives from each of the colonies met to discuss colonists concerns at this meeting. What was the First Continental Congress?
Question Answer American Revolution- 500 This document was written by Thomas Jefferson and signed at the Second Continental Congress. What is the Declaration of Independence?
Question Answer Articles of Confederation- Constitution This document created the first independent federal (national) government in America. What is the Articles of Confederation?
Question Answer Articles of Confederation- Constitution This agreement decided that slaves would count as 3/5 of a person in determining representation in the House of Representatives What is the 3/5 Compromise?
Question Answer Articles of Confederation- Constitution A major argument against the ratification of the Constitution was that it did not include a ______________. What is a Bill of Rights?
Question Answer Articles of Confederation- Constitution This agreement created a two-body legislature, Congress included the Senate and House of Representatives, and settled the dispute over representation in Congress between large and small states. What is the Great Compromise?
Question Answer Articles of Confederation- Constitution The colonists created a weak central government in the Articles of Confederation, because they feared this happening. What was the development of a monarchy?
Question Answer Constitution-100 This branch of government has the Power to make laws, and includes the House of Representatives and Senate. What is the Legislative Branch?
Question Answer Constitution-200 This branch of government has the power to interpret laws, and is headed by the Supreme Court. What is the Judicial Branch?
Question Answer Constitution- 300 This branch of government has the power to carry out laws, and is headed by the president. What is the Executive Branch?
Question Answer Constitution-400 Congress overriding the President’s veto with 2/3 majority vote, the president appointing new members to the Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court declaring laws made by Congress unconstitutional are all examples of this constitutional principle. What is Checks and Balances?
Question Answer Constitution -500 This process requires ¾ of the states to ratify this idea to make an addition to the Constitution. What is the Amendment Process?
Question Answer Final Jeopardy This case established the power of judicial review which allows the Supreme Court to determine if laws are constitutional. What is Marbury vs Madison?