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$100 Question from Causes The two main opponents in the French and Indian War are
$100 Answer from Causes French and British(England)
$200 Question from Causes What were some of the England’s reasons for taxation of the American colonies?
$200 Answer from Causes To pay off the British War debt from the French and Indian War
$300 Question from Causes The main reason colonial dissatisfaction of the Sugar and Stamp Acts
$300 Answer from Causes Taxation without representation
$400 Question from Causes What is purpose of the Proclamation Line of 1763
$400 Answer from Causes Colonist cannot go past the Appalachian Mountains, which is the western border of the colonies
$500 Question from Causes The purpose of the Declaration of Independence was to:
$500 Answer from Causes Proclaim independence and to explain why separation from Britain was necessary.*
$100 Question from Key People Who wrote Common Sense
$100 Answer from Key People Thomas Paine
$200 Question from Key People Who was an outspoken member of the House of Burgesses who inspired colonial patriotism with the, “Give me liberty or give me death” speech?
$200 Answer from Key People Patrick Henry
$300 Question from Key People Who is the leader of Sons of Liberty
$300 Answer from Key People Samuel Adams
$400 Question from Key People Who wrote the Declaration Of Independace
$400 Answer from Key People Thomas Jefferson
$500 Question from Key People Who surrendered at Yorktown resulting in the Treaty of Paris (1783)
$500 Answer from Key People Lord Cornwallis
$100 Question from Battles What is the First Battle of the American Revolution
$100 Answer from Battles Lexington and Concord
$200 Question from Battles What Battle is the Shot Heard ‘Round the World
$200 Answer from Battles Lexington and Concord
$300 Question from Battles What battle is the Turning Point of the American Revolution?
$300 Answer from Battles Saratoga
$400 Question from Battles At what place did the Contintal Army Winter in 1777, where they did not have winter clothing and shoes?
$400 Answer from Battles Valley Forge
$500 Question from Battles What Battle convinced British leaders to have peace talks, the last battle of the American Revolution
$500 Answer from Battles YorkTown
$100 Question from Key Events After the Battle of Saratoga, what nation becomes an ally of the United States, and what do the bring with them?
$100 Answer from Key Events France; supplies and a Navy
$200 Question from Key Events What was the result of the Boston Tea Party, by the King
$200 Answer from Key Events The Intolerable Acts.
$300 Question from Key Events Who proposes The Albany Plan, Join or Die (a common defense)
$300 Answer from Key Events Ben Franklin
$400 Question from Key Events What Act Forced the colonist to house British Soldiers
$400 Answer from Key Events The Quartering Act
$500 Question from Key Events British Soldiers Fired on unarmed colonist, where Crispus Attucks died
$500 Answer from Key Events Boston Masacre
$100 Question from Misc What was the role of native Americans in the American Revolution?
$100 Answer from Misc They joined the British, but stayed out of the war
$200 Question from Misc Who is “HE” in the Declaration of Independence?
$200 Answer from Misc King George III
$300 Question from Misc What is an Unalienable Right? Name them
$300 Answer from Misc A right possessed by all people; Life Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
$400 Question from Misc What Colony are Jefferson and Washington From
$400 Answer from Misc The Virginia Colony
$500 Question from Misc What is a Milita
$500 Answer from Misc a group of civilians trained to fight in emergencies
Final Jeopardy What three advantages helped the American colonists win the Revolutionary War?
Final Jeopardy Answer Colonists’ defense of their own land, principles and beliefs Immediate Communication Strong leadership
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The American Revolution. What are we learning until September 5, 2013? Unit 2 is the American Revolution. We are studying this unit until September 5,
Essential Questions: 1. Who were some of the key individuals in the Revolutionary War? 2. What role did key individuals play in the Revolutionary War?
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Wife of John Adams, she wrote a lot of letters to him, and she called for women’s equal rights.
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Revolutionary War Study Guide 4 th grade. Militia-a group of citizens trained to serve as soldiers as needed. In 1775, many colonists joined a militia.
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