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Chapter 5 – Road to Revolution Unit Test Review. A boycott is a(n) a. organized campaign to refuse to buy certain products b. a grant of land given to.

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1 Chapter 5 – Road to Revolution Unit Test Review

2 A boycott is a(n) a. organized campaign to refuse to buy certain products b. a grant of land given to an individual directly by a king c. time period when demand is high but supply is low d. a written request to a government

3 a. organized campaign to refuse to buy certain products

4 Which statement best describes the Tea Act? a. While it raised the price of tea, it lowered the tax on tea. b. While it lowered the price of tea, the tax on tea remained c. The Tea Act led directly to Paul Revere’s midnight ride d. none of the above

5 b. While it lowered the price of tea, the tax on tea remained

6 The First Continental Congress was held in what city? a. New York b. Boston c. Philadelphia

7 c. Philadelphia

8 Which statement best describes how the American colonists felt about the debt Britain owed after the French and Indian War? a. They were happy to help the English repay their debt b. They felt the Indians should have to help repay the debt c. They felt they had already paid any debt by fighting for the English d. They thought the taxes levied by the English were a great way to repay their debt

9 c. They felt they had already paid any debt by fighting for the English

10 . What key item was seized by the Green Mountain Boys at Ft. Ticonderoga? a. cannons b. British battle plans c. large sums of gold d. both A and B

11 a. cannons

12 . On March 5, 1767, this even took place where 5 unarmed citizens were killed by British soldiers. a. Boston Massacre b. Boston Tea Party c. Philadelphia Massacre d. the inciting incident

13 a. Boston Massacre

14 . Britain’s response to the Boston Tea Party was? a. Tea Act b. English Bill of Rights c. Intolerable Acts d. Olive Branch Petition

15 c. Intolerable Acts

16 What delegate was present at both the First and Second Continental Congresses? a. Thomas Jefferson b. Benjamin Franklin c. John Hancock d. George Washington

17 b. Benjamin Franklin

18 One of the colonists’ reactions to the Tea Act was? a. buying more tea from the East India Tea Company b. preventing East India Tea Company ships from unloading in cities like New York and Philadelphia c. dressing like Indians and catching a load of tea on fire d. both A and B

19 b. preventing East India Tea Company ships from unloading in cities like New York and Philadelphia

20 Which of the following statements is true concerning the Second Continental Congress? a. George Washington was named President of the United States b. Members of Parliament were present to discuss how to stop the war c. Benedict Arnold was placed in charge of the newly formed army d. They began acting like a government by printing money and forming an army

21 d. They began acting like a government by printing money and forming an army

22 This banned any colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains. a. Tea Act b. Mason-Dixon Line c. Demarcation Line of 1988 d. Proclamation Line of 1763

23 d. Proclamation Line of 1763

24 The Quebec Act reinforced what earlier act by parliament that went mostly ignored by colonists? a. Proclamation of 1763 b. Tea Act c. Committees of Correspondence d. Townshend Acts

25 a. Proclamation of 1763

26 Which of these acts required citizens to house and feed British soldiers? a. Townshend Acts b. Declaratory Act c. Quartering Act d. Treason Act

27 c. Quartering Act

28 How many of the Intolerable Acts can you list?

29 1. Closed the port of Boston 2. Increased powers of the Royal Governor 3. Abolished Upper House of the Massachusetts legislature 4. Cut powers of town meetings 5. Strengthened the Quartering Act

30 H0w many of the demands/actions of the First Continental Congress can you list?

31 1. Demanded repeal of Intolerable Acts 2. Declared colonies had the right to tax/govern themselves 3. Training of militias to stand up to Britain 4. Boycott of British goods

32 This group was in favor of independence.

33 Patriots

34 This group was loyal to the British crown.

35 Loyalists


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