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QUESTION The 1765 law requiring all legal documents to bear a stamp was: ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer

in bold) A Stamp Act B Quartering Act C Intolerable Acts D Sugar Act

QUESTION The British law requiring all colonists to house British soldiers was ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A Stamp Act B Tea Act C Quartering Act D Sugar Act

QUESTION The British law that led to the Boston Tea Party was ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A Sugar Act B Quartering Act C Stamp Act D Tea Act

QUESTION Which British Act did the colonists successfully get the British to get rid of? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A Quartering Act B Tea Act C Sugar Act D Stamp Act

QUESTION The Quartering Act was the law that: ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A required colonists to pay a tax on all imported goods B Required colonists to house British soldiers in their homes C required all legal documents to bear a stamp D Required colonists to house British tax collectors in their homes

QUESTION Who defended the British Soldiers in court after the Boston Massacre? A B C D John Adams Samuel Adams John Hancock Paul Revere

QUESTION A protest that is a refusal to buy goods is a(n) ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A Tea party B Act C Committee D Boycott

QUESTION The Boston Tea Party was the colonists’ response to: ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A British reducing colonist tea supply B British controlling colonist tea supply C British hogging colonist tea supply D British eliminating colonist tea supply

QUESTION “Quarter” in Quartering Acts means: ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A 25 cents B To house C 1/4 D Center of town

QUESTION Why did the British create the Intolerable Acts? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A To gain money to pay off its debt B To make peace with the people of Boston C To spy on the colonists D To punish Boston for its bad behavior

QUESTION What is the main reason colonists were so angry about British taxes? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A They had no representation in Parliament B They did not get the chance to negotiate the amount C Soldiers were already taking their jobs D It was unfair they were being taxed but Native Americans were’nt

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QUESTION How many chests of tea were destroyed in the Boston Tea Party? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A 342 B 432 C 234 D 324

QUESTION How did the 13 colonies communicate about relations with Britain? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A First Continental Congress B Spy networks C Committees of Correspondence? D Smuggling goods

QUESTION Why did colonists call the First Continental Congress? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A To create spy networks B To split from Britain C To punish Boston for bad behavior D Colonists were frustrated will all the British Acts

QUESTION Which of the following was not a part of the Intolerable Acts? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A Closing the port of Boston until the tea was repaid B Banning of the Committees of Correspondence C Quartering soldiers in colonists homes D Tar and feathering colonists who wont pay taxes

QUESTION Which of the following was not discussed at the First Continental Congress? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A Training troops B Becoming an independent country C Lexington’s minutemen D Boycotting British goods

QUESTION What was a colonist who wanted to stay loyal to Britain? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A Loyalist B Patriot C Traitor D Redcoat

QUESTION Perspective means ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A A British Act B One-sided C Communication D Point of view

QUESTION What were the two sides fighting in the French and Indian War? ANSWER OPTIONS (correct answer in bold) A French against the Indians B British against the French and the Indians C French against the British and the Indians D British against the Indians