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History Warm-Ups Week # 8 Dates : Oct. 14-18 Monday: 1. 2. (Count down 5 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday: 3. 4. (Count down 5 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________ Wednesday: 5. 6. (Count down 5 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________ Thursday: 7. 8. (Count down 5 lines and draw a line) _______________________________________________________________________________ Friday: 9. 10. (Count down 5 lines and draw a line)
Warm-Ups # 8 Monday: HOLIDAY Tuesday: 1. Paul Revere is to drawing the Boston Massacre sketch as Thomas Paine is to _______________? A. Writing the Olive Branch Petition B. Writing ‘Common Sense’ C. Drawing the ‘Join or Die’ picture D. Drafting the Declaration of Independence 2. At the Second Continental Congress, George Washington was asked to – A. Run the new postal system B. Write the Declaration of Independence C. Command the Continental Army D. Be the King of the United States
Wednesday: 3. The Declaration of Independence states that all people have rights that cannot be taken away, what are these rights called? A. intolerable B. undeniable C. unalienable D. unpredictable 4. An important effect of Common Sense was that it persuaded many – A. ordinary people to support independence from Great Britain B. rich merchants to leave the colonies C. loyalists to support the king D. loyalists and patriots to unite against Great Britain My motive and object in all my political works, beginning with Common Sense, the first work I ever published, have been to rescue man from tyranny and false systems… of government, and enable him to be free… -- Thomas Paine, 1806
Thursday: 5. The “shot heard ‘round the world” at Lexington and Concord may have started the American Revolution, but what was the first true battle? A. Yorktown B. Saratoga C. Bunker Hill D. Philadelphia 6.“No taxation without representation” was the response of many colonists to the – A. Sharing of tax revenues with Native Americans B. Provision of the Treaty of Paris of 1783 C. Calling of the First Continental Congress D. British policies in the colonies after 1763
Friday: 7.Based on this excerpt, a reader can conclude that Patrick Henry believed – A. the colonists would be labeled traitors B. negotiating with Great Britain was necessary C. freedom was worth dying for D. loyalists would join the patriot cause 8. Which item would best complete the list? A. Fighting on home ground B. Relied on mercenaries C. Greater Population D. Fighting for a cause Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?... I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death! — Patrick Henry, 1775 Advantages of the British During the America Revolution *Greater Wealth *Experienced Army *???
: 9. Which event in U.S. history would best complete the box above? A. Nullification Crisis B. American Revolution begins C. Purchase of the Louisiana Territory D. Completion of the Erie Canal 10. During the American Revolution, Patriot troops had a geographic advantage over the British because -- A. They had control of the Atlantic coastline and forced the British navy to retreat. B. They had secure supply routes and a greater amount of supplies. C. The distance from Great Britain made it difficult for the British to replace troops. D. The British Redcoats surrendered after only one year of fighting. French & Indian War 1754 Stamp Act 1765 ? U. S. Constitution written 1787