French and Indian War
French and Indian War Continued
Those Guys and some Common Sense
Acts of Parliament
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100

The area claimed by France and England where the French and Indian War was fought. 

Ohio River Valley 

100

French and Indians vs. Colonists and ____________.

British

100

Political cartoon designed to unite the colonies.

Join or Die cartoon 

100

Demanded that colonists house and provide for British troops in the colonies. 1765

Quartering Act

100

Event where British soldiers shot, wounded, and killed several colonists who were throwing rocks and snowballs at them. 1770

Boston Massacre

200

The imaginary line along the Appalachian Mountains that the colonists were told not to cross after the French and Indian War.

Proclamation Line of 1763 

200

Expensive resources trapped in the Ohio River Valley

Fur

200

Ben Franklins plan that the Join or Die cartoon was designed to support. 

Albany Plan of Union 

200
Placed a tax on all paper goods as well as any other product with the British tax stamp.  1765

Stamp Act

200

New system to enforce import duties (taxes) and support customs officers. 

Townshend Acts

300

Most Native American tribes allied themselves with this country during the French and Indian War. 

France

300

Name of the river running through the Ohio River Valley.

Ohio River

300

Men who joined together to oppose British laws and taxes in the colonies.

Sons of Liberty

300

Result of events such as the Stamp Act, Boston Tea Party, and the Intolerable Acts

Unified the colonists against the British.

300

Lowered the cost of tea but gave the East India Tea Company a monopoly over tea. 1773

Tea Act

400

The territories given to England as a result of the war. 

Ohio River Valley (French) 

Florida Territory (Spain)

400
Number of British colonies in North America at the time of the French and Indian War.

13

400

Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and through tea from British ships into the Boston Harbor.

Boston Tea Party

400

Stated that England was still in charge of the colonies and that the colonies must pay taxes and follow the law. 

Declaratory Act

400

Network created to allow colonists to communicate about British actions.

Committees of Correspondence

500

Built to protect colonists from the French and serve as a trading post. It was capture by Cherokee warriors.

Fort Loudoun

500

Debtor Colony

Georgia

500

Author of Common Sense.

Thomas Paine

500

One reason that the colonists believed that England should no longer have any authority over the colonies. 

British Government was too far away from the colonies.

500

Result of the Acts of Parliament and taxation without representation.

American Revolutionary War

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