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2 Chapter 7 and 8 Test Review Revolutionary America

3 Football Review Game Rules Select the level of question you would like to attempt (10, 20, 30, or 40 yards, there is also a bomb question that allows you to score from anywhere on the field) You have 4 downs to cover 70 yards and score a touchdown After your 4 downs, if you have not scored (covered 70 yds) the ball is turned over to the other team

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5 Select a Level 10 yards 11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, yards 11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, yards 11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, yards 11, 2, 3, 4, Bomb 11, 2, 3, 4234

6 Completed Pass!

7 Incomplete

8 10 Yard Question # 1 The French and Native Americans were ____________________ in the French and Indian War. AlliesAllies Blockade Prime minister Primary SourceBlockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare

9 10 Yard Question # 2 If information is gathered from a person who witnessed the event, then that person is a _____________ source. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare

10 10 Yard Question # 3 People who felt the need to fight for the American Colonies' independence were known as _______________. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare PatriotsLoyalists

11 10 Yard Question # 4 A government will ______________ acts of legislation, or do away with, if they feel they are no longer necessary. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare

12 10 Yard Question # 5 The Sugar Act included these which allowed the searching of boats and warehouses _________________. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare Patriots

13 10 Yard Question # 6 The Daughters of Liberty refused to purchase certain materials in protest of Britain, this is known as a _________________. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare Patriots

14 10 Yard Question # 7 To prevent trade by shutting of a place is known as a ________________. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare Patriots

15 10 Yard Question # 8 An official government announcement is known as a/an _______________________. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare PatriotsLoyalists

16 10 Yard Question # 9 Those who felt the need to be loyal to the crown, and who did not fight for independence, were known as _________________________. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare PatriotsPatriots LoyalistsLoyalists

17 10 Yard Question # 10 These men had to be ready at a minute's notice ________________________. Allies Blockade Prime minister Primary Source Secondary Source Proclamation Writs of assistance Repeal Boycott Monopoly MinutemanProfiteer Mercenary Guerilla Warfare PatriotsPatriots LoyalistsLoyalists

18 10 Yard Question # 11 Lost over 2000 men due to the weather A) Bunker Hill B) Saratoga C) Valley Forge D) Lexington/Concord

19 10 Yard Question # 12 “Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes!" A) Bunker Hill B) Saratoga C) Valley Forge D) Lexington/Concord

20 10 Yard Question # 13 Cold, long, snowy winter A) Bunker Hill B) Saratoga C) Valley Forge D) Lexington/Concord

21 20 Yard Question # 1 Blockaded Boston Harbor until tea was paid for. A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

22 20 Yard Question # 2 Gave a monopoly to the British East India Tea Company A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

23 20 Yard Question # 3 Stated you could not settle west of Appalachian Mountains A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

24 20 Yard Question # 4 Actually cut the tax on molasses in half. A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

25 20 Yard Question # 5 Duties on paint, lead, glass, and paper. A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

26 20 Yard Question # 6 Had to buy stamps to place on legal documents, dice, playing cards, and newspapers. A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

27 20 Yard Question # 7 Forced colonies to quarter (house) troops. A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

28 20 Yard Question # 8 Created the writs of assistance. A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

29 20 Yard Question # 9 Placed a military government in charge of Massachusetts. A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

30 20 Yard Question # 10 Created an income tax on all those making over $750 A) Proclamation of 1763 B) Sugar Act C) Stamp Act D) Townshend Acts E) Tea Act F) "Intolerable Acts" (Coercive Acts) G) none of these

31 20 Yard Question # 11 The French and Indian war was fought between a) British and Americans b) French/Indians and British c) French and Indians

32 20 Yard Question # 12 The American victory at Saratoga was a turning point because it led to a) the declaration of independence b) showed France that the Americans could be victoriousb) showed France that the Americans could be victorious c) the Treaty of Paris d) final victory for the Americans

33 30 Yard Question # 1 The French and Indian War ended with a) the signing of the Treaty of Quebec b) signing of the Treaty of Paris c) Declaration of Independence d) none of these is correct

34 30 Yard Question # 2 These men were mercenaries brought in by the British a) Lobsterbacks b) patriots c) loyalists d) Hessians

35 30 Yard Question # 3 What document did the colonist offer to the King in order to solve the problems peacefully? a) Declaration of Independence b) Olive Branch Petition c) Common Sense d) the Crisis

36 30 Yard Question # 4 Thomas Paine authored this important work that rallied the American people, and unified them against England a) Common Sense b) Declaration of Independence c) the Crisis d) Olive Branch Petition

37 30 Yard Question # 5 Who is the author of the Declaration of Independence? a) Thomas Jefferson b) Thomas Paine c) George Washington d) James Madison

38 30 Yard Question # 6 Who was the leader of the Sons of Liberty? a) John Adams b) Patrick Henry c) Sam Adams d) Ben Brady

39 30 Yard Question # 7 Which of the following is a strength of the Colonial Army/Navy? a) trained soldiers b) leadership c) reason to fight d) all three

40 30 Yard Question # 8 According to our Declaration of Independence, from where does the government get its powers? a) the people b) its strength c) a constitution d) congress

41 30 Yard Question # 9 Showed to the French, that the Americans could beat the British. A) Bunker Hill B) Saratoga C) Valley Forge D) Lexington/Concord

42 40 Yard Question # 1 Was fought on Breed's Hill A) Bunker Hill B) Saratoga C) Valley Forge D) Lexington/Concord

43 40 Yard Question # 2 British were looking for artillery supplies (ammo, guns, etc.) A) Bunker Hill B) Saratoga C) Valley Forge D) Lexington/Concord

44 40 Yard Question # 3 First shots of the war A) Bunker Hill B) Saratoga C) Valley Forge D) Lexington/Concord

45 40 Yard Question # 4 What was so significant about the founding fathers signing their names to the Declaration of Independence?

46 40 Yard Question # 5 From the Declaration of Independence, what are the "unalienable rights of people?"

47 Bomb Question # 1 Please Summarize Genesis 41:33 and explain what it has to do with our unit of study.

48 Bomb Question # 2 What was England's excuse for the creation of the various acts and taxes following the French and Indian war?

49 Bomb Question # 3 Describe some of the actions Colonists took to show their displeasure for British policies.

50 Bomb Question # 4 What advantages did the British Army/Navy have over the Colonial Army/Navy?


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