Causes for the Revolution 1
Causes for the Revolution 2
French and Indian War
Propaganda
Patriots
100

What was the first tax passed on the colonies?

Sugar Act

100

It said colonists could not move west of the Appalachian Mts

Proclamation of 1763

100

Who were the British fighting in this war?

The French and their Indian allies

100

Term that is used to influence someone’s opinion

Propaganda

100

What fraction of the colonists were patriots?

1/3 a third

200

Which tax was passed to be more fair than the Sugar Act?

Stamp Act

200

They were used to enforce the Townshend Acts

Writs of Assistance

200

What was the name of the treaty that ended the war?

The Treaty of Paris

200

What is the message of this drawing?

200

Secret society that terrorized tax collectors

Sons of Liberty

300

Lead, tea, paint, glass, and paper were tax under these laws

Townshend Acts

300

This stated that colonists had to house soldiers in their home

Quartering Act

300

Identify four future states that were obtained from the Treaty of Paris

Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida

300

Who drew the cartoon with the snake?

Benjamin Franklin

300

Way to protest by not buying goods

Boycott

400

Only tax from the Townshend Acts that was not taken away

Tea Act

400

342 crates were destroyed at this event

Boston Tea Party

400

What did the war do to the English economy that caused the first taxes passes in the American colonies?

Caused a large debt

400

What is this a drawing of?

Boston Massacre

400

Patriot act that caused Britain to pass the Intolerable Acts

Boston Tea Party

500

Passed as punishment for the Boston Tea Party

Intolerable Acts

500

Event that caused taxes to be passed in the first place

French and Indian War

500

What said that colonists could not move west of the Appalachian Mts?

Proclamation of 1763

500

Who made the engraving about the Boston Massacre?

Paul Revere

500

Famous statement that was the main argument for the patriots

No Taxation Without Representation

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