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-Name the event when colonists dressed as Indians through valuable British property into the harbor? Row 1---100 Question
-Boston Tea Party Row 1---100 Answer
-This was the act passed to punish Boston after the harbor incident? Row 1---200 Question
-Coercive Act Row 1---200 Answer
-This was the name given by the colonists to the act which punished Boston? Row 1---300 Question
-Intolerable Act Row 1---300 Answer
-These were the first two battles of the Revolutionary War? Row 1---400 Question
-Lexington and Concord Row 1---400 Answer
-This was the deadliest battle of the Revolution as British troops had to charge a hill over looking Boston three times to defeat a colonial force? Row 1---500 Question
-Bunker Hill (Breed’s Hill) Row 1---500 Answer
-Name the attempt by the colonists to repair the damage between the King and the colonists? Row 2---100 Question
-Olive Branch Petition Row 2---100 Answer
-This was the pamphlet that urged colonists to support the independence movement? Row 2---200 Question
-Common Sense Row 2---200 Answer
Row 2---300 Question -Who was the author of the pamphlet?
-Thomas Paine Row 2---300 Answer
Row 2---400 Question -What do you call someone who wanted independence?
-Patriot Row 2---400 Answer
-What don you call someone who still supported the King? Row 2---500 Question
-Loyalist Row 2---500 Answer
-Name of the war that broke out between Britain and France that began in 1754 and resulted in France losing all their claims in America? Row 3---100 Question
-French and Indian Row 3---100 Answer
-This was a plan proposed by Ben Franklin during the war for the colonies to unite as one to help win the war? Row 3---200 Question
-Albany Plan Row 3---200 Answer
-This post-war law forbid colonists from crossing the Appalachian Mtns? Row 3---300 Question
-Proclamation of 1763 Row 3---300 Answer
-This phrase became the protest slogan of the colonists when British taxation began? Row 3---400 Question
-No Taxation without Representation Row 3---400 Answer
-This was the first direct tax that nearly all colonists would have to pay? Row 3---500 Question
-Stamp Act Row 3---500 Answer
-This was the first successful English colony in America? Row 4---100 Question
-Jamestown Row 4---100 Answer
-This was the first government in the new colony and it was a form of representative democracy? Row 4---200 Question
-House of Burgesses Row 4---200 Answer
-What was the agreement signed by the Massachusetts colonists that created a direct democracy for the colony? Row 4---300 Question
-Mayflower Compact Row 4---300 Answer
-He was a Puritan dissenter who wanted separation of church and state? Row 4---400 Question
-Roger Williams Row 4---400 Answer
-These are colonies that are owned by the king? Row 4---500 Question
-Royal Colonies Row 4---500 Answer
-In what type of government does the government own and control all aspects of life for its citizens. Row 5---100 Question
-Communist Row 5---100 Answer
-This term that describes a person who acts in an unfair manner toward a particular group of people? Row 5---200 Question
-discrimination Row 5---200 Answer
-What government program was designed to help women and minorities gain access to jobs in order to compensate for past discrimination?. Row 5---300 Question
-Affirmative Action Row 5---300 Answer
-What religious group was the Pennsylvania colony founded to welcome? Row 5---400 Question
-Quakers Row 5---400 Answer
-Name the term that describes when a person has unfair thoughts or beliefs about a particular group of people? Row 5---500 Question
-Prejudice Row 5---500 Answer
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