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1. Who led the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War?
2. Who were the minutemen?
well-trained volunteers who could be ready on short notice to defend the American colonies against the British
3. If you were a member of this group, you did not agree with the Stamp Act, and might have been involved in the Boston Tea Party. One of your leaders was Samuel Adams.
Sons of Liberty
4. Who was the Virginia Burgess who made speeches against the Stamp Act? One of his speeches included the phrase, “Give me liberty, or give me death!”
5. Who was a member of the Continental Congress, and was the lawyer who defended the British soldiers during their trial after the Boston Massacre?
6. In what two cities were the first battles of the Revolutionary War fought?
Lexington & Concord, Massachusetts
7. What land did the British gain after the French & Indian War?
the Ohio River Valley
8. Where was the Battle of Bunker Hill fought? Why was this location chosen?
Breed’s Hill; it was higher than Bunker Hill, and closer to Boston
9. What was the purpose of the Proclamation of 1763?
To prevent the colonists from moving into the Ohio River Valley, which the British had set aside for the Native Americans
10. What did Britain do in response to the Boston Tea Party?
They passed the Intolerable Acts which ended trade with Boston, ended town meetings, and required Bostonians to quarter soldiers if necessary
11. Why did the colonists smuggle goods into the colonies?
to avoid paying the taxes
12. What was the name of the act that taxed written documents like newspapers, licenses, playing cards, and other items printed on paper?
the Stamp Act
13. Although the patriots lost this battle, which was fought two months into the war, it proved the colonists could put up a good fight. What was the name of the battle?
The Battle of Bunker Hill
14. Which of these was NOT a CAUSE of the Revolutionary War? A. taxation without representation B. Boston Massacre C. Boston Tea Party D. Committees of Correspondence
Committees of Correspondence
15. Place these events in the order they occurred: A. Boston Tea Party B. Battles of Lexington & Concord C. Stamp Act D. Boston Massacre
1765 – Stamp Act 1770 – Boston Massacre 1773 – Boston Tea Party 1775 – Battles of Lexington & Concord
16. What is the difference between a militia and an army?
An army has well- trained, full-time soldiers instead of volunteer, part-time soldiers
17. A person elected to represent others is called a __________
18. How did the Daughters of Liberty help support the boycott of British goods after the Townshend Acts?
They wove their own cloth and made their own sassafras tea
19. Why did the British need to tax the colonies?
The French & Indian War had cost them a lot of money, and they needed to keep soldiers in the Ohio River Valley
20. Who made the midnight ride with Paul Revere?
William Dawes & Samuel Prescott
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