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3 1,000, ,000 10,000 5, Team #1Team #2Team #3Team #4 1,000, ,000 10,000 5, ,000, ,000 10,000 5, ,000, ,000 10,000 5,000, ,000, ,000 10,000 5, Team #5

4 Who was more powerful in the colonies, the royal governor, or the members of the colonial assemblies? Final?WrongCorrect Royal Governor

5 How did the colonists rebel against Britain’s Intolerable Acts? Final?WrongCorrect Colonists agreed to stop trade with Britain and gather minutemen to defend the cities.

6 Time is up!

7 Who are you going to ask?

8 Who was more powerful in the colonies, the royal governor, or the members of the colonial assemblies? Final?WrongCorrect Colonial Assemblies

9 Who did the royal governor support, Britain or the English colonies? Final?WrongCorrect Britain

10 John Peter Zenger established this freedom when he printed criticism about the royal governor of New York Final?WrongCorrect Freedom of Speech (or Press)

11 The first form of government in the colonies was called the house of ________? Final?WrongCorrect Burgesses

12 From where were the militia and the minutemen, English colonies or British? Final?WrongCorrect English Colonies

13 The name of the group that formed to protest the Stamp act was called ________? Final?WrongCorrect Sons of Liberty

14 She was an African American slave who published a book of poetry urging colonists to free their slaves. Final?WrongCorrect Phyllis Wheatley

15 What does the word Boycott mean? Final?WrongCorrect To refuse to do business or have contact with a person, group, or country.

16 The first battle of the Revolutionary War took place in ______. Final?WrongCorrect Lexington

17 On horseback, this man warned the colonists of a British attack in Concord. His cry was “The British are coming!” Final?WrongCorrect Paul Revere

18 Final?WrongCorrect How did the women help keep British soldiers from finding the colonists’ supplies in Concord? The women of concord kept the soldiers from finding most of the supplies. They had hidden them under straw in barns and freshly plowed fields.

19 Name one man who joined Paul Revere on his journey to warn the colonists about a British attack. Final?WrongCorrect William Dawes or Samuel Prescott

20 He said, “Give me Liberty or give me Death” when he argued that the British were trying to take away the colonists rights. Final?WrongCorrect Patrick Henry

21 Why were the Committees of Correspondence important in uniting the colonies? Final?WrongCorrect A unified group of colonies would be more powerful as they entered a war with Britain. Also, communication between the colonies helped keep people informed about political events

22 What was the name of the slave who yelled, “The way to get rid of these soldiers is to attack the main guard?” Final?WrongCorrect Crispus Attucks

23 What was the name of the acts that said colonists had to pay taxes on all the tea, paper, glass, lead, and paint that they imported from Britain? Final?WrongCorrect Townshend Acts

24 What was the result of the protesting of the Stamp Act by the Sons of liberty? Final?WrongCorrect Britain repealed the Stamp Act. However, parliament soon passed another law taxing the colonies called the Townshend Acts.

25 Why did the colonists attack Britain’s Fort Ticonderoga? Final?WrongCorrect Fort Ticonderoga was Britain main supply posts for their army.

26 Who fired the first shot of the Revolutionary War? Final?WrongCorrect No one knows

27 What is treason? Final?WrongCorrect The betrayal of one’s country by giving up help to one of its enemies.

28 Final?WrongCorrect Why did the colonists dump tea into Boston Harbor? To protest the tax Britain had put on all imported tea.

29 How were the colonists punished for the Boston Tea Party? Final?WrongCorrect British parliament imposed the Intolerable Acts and close the port of Boston.

30 Who was the man who printed stories that criticized New York’s Governor? His actions established freedom of speech and Press. Final?WrongCorrect John Peter Zenger

31 She was a poet and playwright who encouraged women to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect Mercy Otis Warren

32 How did the colonists react to the Townshend Acts? Final?WrongCorrect They boycotted British goods. Women formed the Daughters of Liberty and held “spinning bees” so that they wouldn’t have to import their own thread. They also stopped drinking tea.

33 Final?WrongCorrect She was a poet and playwright who encouraged women to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Mercy Otis Warren

34 What were the Intolerable Acts? Describe all of them in detail. Final?WrongCorrect Colonists had to feed and house the British Soldiers Town Meetings were banned

35 How were elections different in 1758 than they are today? Final?WrongCorrect Voters looked forward to cookies, coffee, and punch Loud cheers or boos followed each vote (No secret ballots) Candidates often personally thanked each person for his vote

36 At this meeting, delegates wrote a petition to King George III asking for a repeal of the Intolerable Acts. Final?WrongCorrect First Continental Congress

37 When the British would not repeal the Intolerable Acts, what did the colonists do? Final?WrongCorrect Colonists agreed to stop trade with Britain and gather minutemen to defend the cities.

38 Describe the Battle of Bunker Hill. How did it start, who won, etc. Final?WrongCorrect

39 Was the House of Burgesses a true representation of the colonies? Final?WrongCorrect No, only white, Protestant, land-owning men were elected

40 Why did the British Parliament enact the Stamp Act after the French and Indian War? Final?WrongCorrect To pay off their debts from the French and Indian War.

41 Put these events in order: Intolerable Acts, Battle of Lexington, Stamp Act, Boston Tea Party, Boston Massacre, Townshend Acts Final?WrongCorrect 1. Stamp Act 2. Townshend Acts 3. Boston Massacre 4. Boston Tea Party 5. Intolerable Acts 6. Battle of Lexington

42 What was the name of the militia that Ethan Allen led on Fort Ticonderoga? Final?WrongCorrect The Green Mountain Boys

43 Pass the question to another team. If they answer the question correctly, you both get the points. If they answer the question incorrectly, they lose the points.

44 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

45 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

46 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

47 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

48 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

49 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

50 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

51 He was a writer who encouraged colonists to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

52 She was a poet and playwright who encouraged women to give up tea and other goods from Britain. Final?WrongCorrect

53 Get out your slate. It’s time to vote!


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