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France and Britain’s competing for a global empire caused which conflict?
The French & Indian War was fought between who?
After the French & Indian War the British began to _________ the Colonist to pay for the debt.
This Proclamation prevented colonist To move west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Massachusetts Rhode Island New Hampshire Connecticut makeup the?
New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware makeup?
MarylandVirginia South Carolina North Carolina Georgia makeup?
Prior to British intervention in the Colonies, the British practiced _________________?
Tax placed on sugar and molasses because colonists are British subjects in 1764.
A tax on any item that was made of paper in 1765
Tax on glass, lead, paper, paint and tea in 1767
Required colonies to provide British troops with quarters and supplies in 1765
Event that left five men dead in Boston, Mass.
Tax on tea, it is a plan to bail out East India Tea company through tax on tea in 1773
A number of acts passed by Britain in reaction to the Colonist uprising, also known as the Coercive Acts?
Colonists on a signal from Sam Adams disguised themselves as Mohawks, boarded the ship and heaved 342 chests of tea into the harbor is known as?
Author of Common Sense.
Author of the speech “Give me Liberty or Give me Death!”
Army regulars, top Navy, and 30,000 Hessians are all advantages of?
3,000 miles of ocean, fighting a defensive war, and fighting for Liberty are all advantages of?
The Battle of Saratoga was an important turning point for the colonist because?
At Valley Forge one of the biggest problems facing Washington and his troops was?
The last major battle of the Revolutionary War was?
The Treaty of Paris did what?
What ideals lead to the American Revolution? What document laid out these ideals?
By 1776, colonists belonged to 1 of 3 groups based on view of British rule. Loyalists – supported the British government Patriots – against British rule.
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