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Who said give me Liberty or give me death Answer:
Who was king when the colonies were taxed? Answer:
The Stamp act taxed which items? Answer:
Why did Britain Start taxing the colonies? Answer:
This Cartoon was made by who? Answer:
Parliament is… Answer:
Name one punishments the sons of liberty gave to stamp agents Answer:
Who Organized the sons of liberty? Answer:
What is a Tariff? Answer:
What did the Daughters of Liberty do? Answer:
What is a boycott? Answer:
Fill In the blank The boycott of goods was hurting _______ businesses. The _______ government decided to take stronger action. In 1768 ______ warships arrived in _______ harbor. Answer:
What Organization organized the Boston Tea Party Answer:
The Colonist Dressed up as Answer:
Why did Colonist do the Boston Tea Party? Answer:
According to Parliament what should have been the only company to export tea to the colonies Answer:
Who was king of England at the time of the Boston Tea Party Answer:
How many ships did the colonist break into and dump out the tea? Answer:
BONUS: Fill in the Blank “Rally ______! Bring out your ________ and tell king ________, we’ll pay no __________!” Answer:
Crispus Attucks was the first ________. You should probably fill in the blank Answer:
This soldier was the First soldier, who called for back up from the other soldiers. Answer:
Who defended the British soldiers in court. Answer:
What is the definition of Massacre? Answer:
Who were the British going to arrest in Lexington Answer:
The goal of the British soldiers was to get to which city? Answer:
The Shot heard round the world was in which city? Answer:
Which colonist on the night of April 18, 1775 actually got to concord? Answer:
Which Colonist during April 18, 1775 went completely by land to Lexington Answer:
When the British arrived in Concord they were defeated by the Colonist. The British Retreated to which city Answer:
This person was Captain of the Lexington Minutemen. Answer:
The Battle of Bunker Hill
Which hill did the Colonist set up a fort on? Answer:
William Prescott led his men up which hills? Answer:
Which city did the want to colonist fire down at? Answer:
The British succeeded on taking over Bunker Hill on which try? Answer:
How many British soldiers were wounded during the battle of Lexington? Answer:
Complete this famous quote DON’T FIRE UNTIL YOU SEE THE ________ OF THEIR EYES Answer:
Sources Building a Nation “scott foresmen” social studies Brainpop.com Discoveryeducation.com
Revolutionary War Click the picture to the right to listen to a song about the entire Revolutionary War!
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Daughters of Liberty Sons of Liberty.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION CAUSES AND EVENTS King George III: King of Great Britain (England) Parliament: the government in England.
The Revolutionary War. Events leading to war The French and Indian War England helped the colonists fight on the frontier Expensive England wanted the.
FROM PROTEST TO REVOLUTION Ch. 5 section 3. A DISPUTE OVER TEA British East India Company sold tea to merchants The tea merchants then sold the tea to.
Chapter 8 The Road to War. Britain Taxes the Colonies Britain decides to tax the new colonies – Britain needs money to help pay for defending the colonies.
Chapter 8: “The Road to War”. Lesson 1: Trouble over Taxes King George wanted to tax the colonies to pay for the expenses of soldiers to protect the colonists.
Chapter 8 The Road to War. Britain Taxes the Colonies Britain decides to tax the new colonies – Britain needs __________ to help pay for defending the.
The French and Indian War This was a war between England and the French over the control of North America. This war is fought over the course of seven.
Boston Tea Party After Britain gave the British East India Company exclusive rights to import and tax tea to America, the colonists became upset. The.
Causes of the American Revolution 2. - Clash between colonists & British soldiers in Boston - British troops fired on crowd and five colonist died.
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THIS IS With Host... Your Vocabulary Who Am I QuotesYears/Date s Responses Battle Locations.
Men Women and African Americans TaxesBattlesEvents Start slideshow to start game.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION REVIEW. This man was general of the Continental Army.
Chapter 4 Sections 1 and 2 Causes of the American Revolution and the Beginning of the American Revolution.
Footsteps to Revolution The Causes of the American Revolution.
Road to the American Revolution The events that lead to the American Revolution.
Tighter British Control By: Jason O’Connor And Company.
Chapter 1, Section 4 What is one word to summarize the Enlightenment? REASON! Quick Write: Review.
People Acts And Events Places Vocabulary Misc 500.
The American Revolution Categories Grab BagLawsEventsPlacesPeople.
Chapter 8 The American Revolution. What do people believe is worth fighting for? Friction between Britain and the colonist developed as Britain imposed.
Homework: › Page 268 places, people and vocabulary Do Now: › Please start a new section in your notebooks or iPads, labeled Chapter 8 › What do you.
Road to Revolution 1 st 9 weeks Quartering Act A law passed that required the colonists to house and supply British soldiers.
The Road to Revolution Tighter British Control Colonial Resistance Grows The Road to Lexington & Concord Declaring Independence.
March 5, 1770 Culmination of tensions in the Colonies 5 Colonists died.
From Protest to Rebellion The Boston Tea Party. The Tea Act During the early 1770s, the colonies’ protests quieted down However, in 1773 England.
American Soldiers English Soldiers. The Causes of the American revolution British Government Versus British Colonists.
Lesson 2 Colonists Speak Out Review for Test. This act put a tax on paper items. Newspapers,legal documents, and even playing cards were taxed. The Stamp.
Section 2-25 Who said, “give me liberty or give me death”? What does the quote mean?
Name ____________________ Period_____ Date ________ Unit 1 – Road to Revolution – Page 1 of 16 Henderson Middle School 8 th Grade Social Studies.
Tuesday, Nov Update your table of contents DateTitle Entry # 11/4Boston Massacre written Primary Source 50 11/4Boston Massacre OPTIC 51 11/7 Colonial.
The Road to Revolution. The English colonies, 1763 The French and Indian War is over, and Britain is in deep debt American colonies had been left alone.
Placed a tax on printed materials in the colonies – newspapers, wills pamphlets, playing cards The Stamp Act Allowed the British East India Company to.
Starter Read the statement below and agree or disagree and explain why. In a democracy, individuals and groups have the right to use any means to protest.
Road to Independence:. The Continental Congress Colonial leaders realized they needed more than boycotts to gain the liberty they desired. In September.
People Places/ Miscellaneous Events Miscellaneous.
Jeopardy! ActsQuotesLeadersEventsPlaces Potpourri
The Proclamation of 1763 Colonists wanted to move past the Appalachian Mountain. Made on October 7, 1763 An O An Ottawa Chief from the great lakes region.
The Conflict Begins King George & Parliament vs. The Colonies.
Imagine that you are running errands and stop to buy a newspaper. When you buy the newspaper you have to pay extra money for it. The extra money is going.
Road to the Revolution. Colonists Reach Breaking Point * Relationship between Parliament and King Parliament: King:
The Colonies Unite Unit 1- 6 th grade social studies.
Path Towards Revolution EQ: What were the causes of the American Revolution? EQ: What were the causes of the American Revolution?
Chapter 5 Review Road to Independence. 1.The Proclamation of 1763 prohibited colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains. Colonists viewed.
Chapter 5, Section 3 A Call to Arms. The Continental Congress Who were they ? When did they meet? Where did the meet? Why did they establish it? Major.
Based on the slides, describe the and answer the terms and questions below. Define & Answer The Tea Act The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts The First.
The American Revolution Ms. Silgals’ 5 th Grade Social Studies Class.
The American Revolution America’s Fight for Independence,
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