French and Indian War Facts
French and Indian War Results
Patriots V. Loyalists
Taxes/Events
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Who fought in the French and Indian War?

French, British and Native Americans

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Who won the French and Indian War?

The British

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Were Patriots on the side of the colonists or the British?

Colonists.

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What is the name of the event that took place on March 5, 1770 in Boston that ended with several colonists killed by British soldiers?

The Boston/Bloody Massacre.

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What is the famous line that Patriots would shout out to protest their not having any say in British Parliament?

"No taxation without representation"

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What side did Native Americans fight on?

Both sides, but mostly for the French.


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What was the name of the peace treaty which ended the war?

The Treaty of Paris 1763.

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Were Loyalists on the side of the colonists or British?

British.

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What is the name of the tax that put a tax on most paper goods in the 13 colonies?

The Stamp Act.

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This "line" established by the British angered colonists because it meant that they could not expand their territory past the Appalachian Mountains.

The Proclamation Line of 1763

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What piece of land was the French and Indian War primarily fought over?

The Ohio River Valley

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What territory did Britain gain as a result of the war?

All land east of the Mississippi river.
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Give two arguments the Patriots would have made against the British.

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What is the name of the law which allowed British soldiers to demand to be housed and fed by colonists?

The Quartering Act.

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Why did the British have to start taxing the colonists?

To pay off debts from the French and Indian War.

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This man fought in the French and Indian War on the side of the British and went on to become a president of a new nation decades later.

George Washington

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Why were American colonists upset about the results of the French and Indian War?

Increased taxes, Proclamation Line of 1764
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Give two arguments that the Loyalists would have made against the colonists.

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What is the name of the law which put a tax on things such as molasses, rum and other types of sweet food and beverages?

The Sugar Act.

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This secretive group of Patriots participated in the Boston Tea Party and tarred and feathered many different British tax collectors.

The Sons of Liberty.

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Who was the king of Britain at the time of the French and Indian War?

King George III

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What is another name that the French and Indian War was known as?

The Seven Years' War.

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This person was most famous for his quote "Give me liberty, or give me death!"

Patrick Henry.

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During this event, Patriots stormed a British ship and dumped out hundreds of pounds worth of a very expensive good, all while dressed up as Native Americans.

The Boston Tea Party.

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After the Sugar, Tea and Stamp Acts were passed, colonists decided to "_________" goods made by the British, in other words to refuse to buy them.

Boycott.

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