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Unit 4 Review The American Revolution. Question 1 Conflict between France and Great Britain where both sides allied with several Native American Tribes.

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1 Unit 4 Review The American Revolution

2 Question 1 Conflict between France and Great Britain where both sides allied with several Native American Tribes. The French & Indian War

3 Question 2 This law forbade English colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains. Proclamation of 1763Proclamation of 1763

4 Question 3 The method by which Great Britain planned to pay off its debt from the war with France.The method by which Great Britain planned to pay off its debt from the war with France. TAXESTAXES

5 Question 4 Law that placed taxes sugar and molasses. Sugar Act

6 Question 6 Law that placed taxes on all paper goods, playing cards and dice.Law that placed taxes on all paper goods, playing cards and dice. Stamp ActStamp Act

7 Question 6 Law that placed taxes on paper, paint, lead, glass, and tea.Law that placed taxes on paper, paint, lead, glass, and tea. Townshend ActTownshend Act

8 Question 7 This event began as a snowball fight and resulted in the death of 5 colonists.This event began as a snowball fight and resulted in the death of 5 colonists. The Boston MassacreThe Boston Massacre

9 Question 8 Who created the engraving of the Boston Massacre as a form of propaganda against the British?Who created the engraving of the Boston Massacre as a form of propaganda against the British? Paul ReverePaul Revere

10 Question 9 This protest resulted in the destruction of over $3 million of British goods.This protest resulted in the destruction of over $3 million of British goods. The Boston Tea PartyThe Boston Tea Party

11 Question 10 The name for the set of four laws created to punish the Massachusetts colony for the Boston Tea Party.The name for the set of four laws created to punish the Massachusetts colony for the Boston Tea Party. The Intolerable ActsThe Intolerable Acts

12 Question 11 Which law required colonists to provide food & shelter to British soldiers (part of the Intolerable Acts).Which law required colonists to provide food & shelter to British soldiers (part of the Intolerable Acts). The Quartering ActThe Quartering Act

13 Question 12 Document that stated the colonies were free of British control.Document that stated the colonies were free of British control. The Declaration of IndependenceThe Declaration of Independence

14 Question 13 The primary author of the Declaration of Independence.The primary author of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas JeffersonThomas Jefferson

15 Question 14 Georgia’s 3 signers of the Declaration of Independence.Georgia’s 3 signers of the Declaration of Independence. Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall & George WaltonButton Gwinnett, Lyman Hall & George Walton

16 Question 15 Three unalienable rights listed in the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence.Three unalienable rights listed in the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence. LIFE, LIBERTY & THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESSLIFE, LIBERTY & THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS

17 Question 16 Female Georgia patriot who captured and killed a group of Tories (Georgians loyal to Britain) during the Revolution.Female Georgia patriot who captured and killed a group of Tories (Georgians loyal to Britain) during the Revolution. Nancy HartNancy Hart

18 Question 17 African American soldier wounded in the Battle of Kettle Creek; responsible for saving Elijah Clarke.African American soldier wounded in the Battle of Kettle Creek; responsible for saving Elijah Clarke. Austin DabneyAustin Dabney

19 Question 18 A unit of citizen soldiers.A unit of citizen soldiers. MilitiaMilitia

20 Question 19 Led Georgia’s militia to victory over 800 British soldiers.Led Georgia’s militia to victory over 800 British soldiers. Colonel Elijah ClarkeColonel Elijah Clarke

21 Question 20 Colonists who disagreed with England’s tax policies, and wanted to fight for independence.Colonists who disagreed with England’s tax policies, and wanted to fight for independence. PatriotsPatriots –Whigs, Sons/Daughters of Liberty, Liberty Boys

22 Question 21 Colonists who favored remaining under British control.Colonists who favored remaining under British control. LoyalistsLoyalists –Tories, Kings’ Friends, Lobsterbacks

23 Question 22 American Revolution battle in GA; first colonial victory for Georgia as the militia were able to defeat and gain supplies from the British.American Revolution battle in GA; first colonial victory for Georgia as the militia were able to defeat and gain supplies from the British. Battle of Kettle CreekBattle of Kettle Creek

24 Question 23 American Revolution battle in GA; loss for Georgia as the militia and continental army failed to retake GA’s capital city from British control.American Revolution battle in GA; loss for Georgia as the militia and continental army failed to retake GA’s capital city from British control. Siege of SavannahSiege of Savannah

25 Question 24 The name for the national government during the Revolution.The name for the national government during the Revolution. Continental CongressContinental Congress

26 Question 25 The commander of the Colonial Army during the Revolution.The commander of the Colonial Army during the Revolution. George WashingtonGeorge Washington

27 Question 26 In what year did Georgia adopt its first state Constitution?In what year did Georgia adopt its first state Constitution?

28 Question 27 How were governors selected under the first state Constitution?How were governors selected under the first state Constitution? By the LegislatureBy the Legislature

29 Question 28 What was the first constitution of the United States called?What was the first constitution of the United States called? The Articles of ConfederationThe Articles of Confederation

30 Question 29 Which two branches of government were not created through the first constitution of the United States?Which two branches of government were not created through the first constitution of the United States? Executive & JudicialExecutive & Judicial

31 Question 30 Why were government leaders hesitant to change the Articles of Confederation?Why were government leaders hesitant to change the Articles of Confederation? A.They were afraid people would panic B.They did not have the support to make changes C.They believed it was too soon to make changes D.They were afraid foreign countries would view changes as a weakness

32 Short Answer Question Topics Boston MassacreBoston Massacre Declaration of IndependenceDeclaration of Independence Articles of ConfederationArticles of Confederation Constitutional ConventionConstitutional Convention


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