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100
My not guilty verdict allowed colonists to speak out against government?
John Peter Zenger
100
This act placed a tax on tea.
The Tea Act.
100
The first British victory in the Revolutionary War was....
Battle of Lexington
100
This was issued by King George after the French & Indian War. It set aside all land in the Ohio River Valley for Native Americans.
Proclamation of 1763
100
Who fought with the British in the French and Indian War?
American colonists and Iroquois
200
I was the leader of the Sons of Liberty?
Samuel Adams
200
This act placed a tax on imported lead, glass, paper, paint and tea.
The Townshend Act
200
This war was fought between the British, colonists, French and Native Americans.
The French and Indian War
200
The French and British fought over the _____________in the French and Indian War?
Ohio River Valley.
200
The British soldiers were called ________ or _______ by the colonists.
Lobsterbacks, Regulars, Redcoats or Bloodybacks
300
I warned the people of Lexington that the British soldiers were coming?
Paul Revere
300
This act required colonists to house and feed British soldiers.
The Quartering Act
300
This was the first colonial or American victory in the Revolutionary War.
Battle of Concord
300
Colonists fought in the Revolutionary War to________
gain their independence or freedom from Britain.
300
The _____________ fought with the French in the French and Indian War?
Algonquins
400
I died in the Boston Massacre and was the first African American hero of the war?
Crispus Attucks
400
This act required colonists to pay taxes on sugar, coffee, molasses, indigo and whale fins.
Sugar Act
400
During this event, colonists dressed as Native Americans to board British ships and dumped tea into the Boston harbor.
Boston Tea Party
400
What was the main reason why colonists needed to pay taxes after the French and Indian War?
Britain wanted them to help pay off the war debt.
400
During the Revolutionary War, the American colonists were called ___________ or ___________ .
Rebels, Patriots, or Sons of Liberty
500
Who said, "Give me liberty, or give me death."
Patrick Henry
500
This act required colonists to buy stamps or seals for most paper goods, playing cards, pamphlets, calendars, documents, etc.
The Stamp Act
500
During this event, colonists protested the collection of taxes and threw snowballs at British guards. Five colonists were killed and many others were wounded in this event.
Boston Massacre
500
How did the colonists feel after seeing Paul Revere's engraved picture of the Boston Massacre?
They were mad or angry.
500
This act that closed the Boston harbor after the Boston Tea Party.
The Intolerable Acts
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