LG 2: Tensions Taxes/Government Acts
LG 2: Tensions
LG 4: Punishment Boston Tea Party
LG 3: Patriot/Loyalist
LG 1:State of Nature
100
This said colonist couldn't move west of the Appalachian mountains. This really ticked off the colonist
Proclamation of 1763
100
A shot heard "round the world"
What was Lexington and Concord.
100
342 chest overboard
What was the Boston Tea Party
100
She became a famous African American poet during the late 1700s who was also a poet.
Who is Phillis Wheatly
100
If you have no government you are . . . .
Living in a state of nature.
200
this meant that colonists could not buy a cheaper type of beverage, but must buy from British sources (British East Indian Company)
What was the tea tax
200
This war helped put the British into debt.
What was the French and Indian War or 7 year war
200
These orders allowed the British to search any location for smuggled goods
What were the writs of assistance?
200
The belief that the colonies should break away from the British.
Who is a Patriot
200
The purpose of government is to . . . . .
protect your natural rights.
300
This "sweet" substance had a tax placed on it that many people did not like
What is the Sugar Act
300
This man was known for his ideas about the Albany Plan of Union and his United or Die Flag
Who was Benjamin Franklin
300
This was a secret organization of Patriot men who helped during the Boston Tea Party.
Sons of Liberty
300
This boy was shot because he was "protesting" in front of Richardson's house. People believed he died a Patriot martyr.
Who is Christopher Seider
300
What are your 3 natural rights.
Life, liberty, and property
400
This gave Canada the colonies west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Quebec
400
This man did a famous engraving of the "Boston Massacre" Although he wasn't there.
Paul Revere
400
This man lead the Boston Tea Party with the Sons of Liberty.
Who was Samuel Adams
400
People who believe the British parliament is looking out for your best interests.
Who is a loyalist
400
What of the three rights do you think colonist of Boston were being denied and why?
Life- soldiers shot them at Boston Massacre Liberty- right to participate in government, forcing to pay taxes property- can't think of an example, but if you do let me know
500
This stated that a tax was placed every day items such as. (Glass, tea, lead, paint)
What was the Townsend (taxes) Act
500
Famous young commander during the French and Indian War. He made a couple of mistakes though.
Who was George Washington
500
This was the act that punished the Boston colonist after the Tea party. Name the act and the four punishments.
Intolerable acts 1) Quartering Act- troops leave with people 2) Shutting down the ports till tea is repaid 3) Trials in England for officers 4) No more town meetings (ending any involvement in gov.)
500
This was a patriot man who was the first to be killed in Boston Massacre.
Who was Crispus Attucks?
500
This man was a great philosopher and thought about what life would be like in a state of nature and what rights people were entitled to.
Who was John Locke
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