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French and Indian War

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Taxes and more taxes!

Trouble in Boston

The First Battles

A Colonial Army

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In the 1700s, colonies and colonists that had once been called English, were now called this.

A 100

Who are the British?

A 100

These people were allies to the French during the French and Indian War.

A 200

Who are the Native American Indians?

A 200

Britain and France fought for control over this piece of land.

A 300

What is the Ohio River Valley?

A 300

This agreement was signed at the end of the French and Indian War between France and Britain to make peace.

A 400

What is the Treaty of Paris?

A 400

This public statement was made that promised that colonists would not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.
A 500

What is the Proclamation of 1763?

A 500

George Washington and General Braddock planned to seize this fort from the French.

B 100

What is Fort Duquesne?

B 100

George Washington leads this army into the Revolutionary War.

B 200

What is the Continental Army?

B 200

George Washington’s bravery made him a hero in this state.

B 300

What is Virginia?

B 300

George Washington sent this man to Fort Ticonderoga in New York.

B 400

Who is Henry Knox?

B 400

This was the year George Washington was elected as the first president of the United States.

B 500

What is 1789?

B 500

This word means the illegal importing of goods.

C 100

What is smuggling?

C 100

This man made an angry speech against the Stamp Act.

C 200

Who is Patrick Henry?

C 200

This man, along with British Parliament, decided the American colonists should help pay for the costs of the French and Indian War.
C 300

Who is King George III?

C 300

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C 400

Samuel Adams organized this event for people to complain about the Stamp Act.

C 400

What is a protest?

C 400

These were the acts that placed a tax on tea, as well as many other goods imported into North America from Britain.
C 500

What are the Townshend Acts?

C 500

This event happened on March 5, 1770, in which 5 colonists were shot and killed on the streets of Boston by British soldiers.
D 100

What is the Boston Massacre?

D 100

This man was an African American sailor who is known as a hero and was killed in the Boston Massacre.
D 200

Who is Crispus Attucks?

D 200

This man was a member of the Sons of Liberty who created a drawing that gave a false impression of the Boston Massacre.
D 300

Who is Paul Revere?

D 300

This man was a Boston lawyer who defended the British soldiers to prove that the justice system in North America was fair.
D 400

Who is John Adams?

D 400

These were committees set up to share news with the other colonies.

D 500

What are Committees of Correspondence?

D 500

This is a group of ordinary people who train for battle.

E 100

What are the militia?

E 100

This is the city where Patriots were hiding weapons and the British soldiers planned to secretly attack.

E 200

What is Concord?

E 200

Paul Revere rode, along with this man, ahead of the British army to warn the minutemen and militia that the British were coming.
E 300

Who is William Dawes?

E 300

This is where the Battle at Bunker Hill was actually fought.

E 400

What is Breed’s Hill?

E 400

This is what Paul Revere yelled as he rode the streets ahead of the British army.

E 500

What is “The Regulars are coming out!”

E 500

This is the name of the meeting of the congress that took place where they decided they would need an actual trained army.
F 100

What is the Second Continental Congress?

F 100

This is the name of the final attempt at peace that was sent to King George III.

F 200

What is the Olive Branch Petition?

F 200

This is the name of the city where the Second Continental Congress met.

F 300

What is Philadelphia?

F 300

This is the name of the fort that was captured from the British in 1775, whose canons were drug to Boston to help the Continental Army.
F 400

What is Fort Ticonderoga?

F 400

This is the name of the officer in charge of an army.

F 500

What is a commander?

F 500

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This was the command given to the Patriot militia at the Battle of Bunker Hill.

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What is “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes.”

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