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Grade 4 :: American Revolution by jenningsa
Grade 4 :: American Revolution by hbednar
Grade 4 :: American Revolution by jenningsa
People who wanted independence from Britain
  1. tax
  2. Patriots
  3. leap year
  4. Loyalists
Grade 4 :: American Revolution by jenningsa
Grade 4 :: American Revolution by hbednar
Grade 11 :: American Revolution by Jurneesmom
Why was the phrase “taxation without representation” so important to the revolutionary cause?
  1. Colonists did not wish to support a government in which they had no voice.
  2. Great Britain would have ended taxation if colonists had kept the peace.
  3. Colonists believed that Great Britain should only tax certain items.
  4. Great Britain only taxed the colonists to force them into war
Grade 11 :: American Revolution by Jurneesmom
What was the Quartering Act?
  1. Every colonist had to pay a quarter a month in taxes
  2. Taxes on the colonists were one quarter of their earnings
  3. Every colonist had to cut his quarters in half by order of the King
  4. Every colonist had to feed, cloth, and house British soldiers
Grade 11 :: American Revolution by LorrieHerz
One direct result of the Intolerable Acts was
  1. the Boston Tea Party
  2. the formation of the First Continental Congress
  3. The Battle of Bunker Hill
  4. outrage over the Boston Masscre
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by amandaesmith5
As a result of the Boston Tea Party,
  1. Massachusetts was given a charter.
  2. the colonial legislatures passed the Intolerable Acts.
  3. Parliament passed the Coercive Acts.
  4. Britain repealed the Quartering Act.
Grade 4 :: American Revolution by jenningsa
The early American colonies gained independence after defeating the British in which war?
  1. Revolutionary War
  2. French and Indian War
  3. Boston Massacre
  4. Civil War
Grade 2 :: American Revolution by Clau7
What is another name for the Fourth of July?
  1. Labor Day
  2. Independence Day
  3. Flag Day
  4. Liberty Bell Day
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by amandaesmith5
Who defended the British soldiers after the Boston Massacre?
  1. John Adams
  2. Samuel Adams
  3. Thomas Preston
  4. George Washington
Grade 2 :: American Revolution by Clau7
What special bell rang out on July 8, 1776, to proclaim liberty?
  1. the Liberia Bell
  2. the Free Bell
  3. the Lamb Bell
  4. the Liberty Bell
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by Andrewteachhistory
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by amandaesmith5
Colonial women played a key role in the boycott of British goods by
  1. buying all the British cloth and other goods they could afford.
  2. throwing British cloth and food into the Boston Harbor.
  3. buying French food and cloth instead.
  4. forming a group called the Daughters of Liberty.
Grade 8 :: American Revolution by tab698
Where did the Second Continental Congress convene?
  1. New York
  2. Boston
  3. London
  4. Philidelphia
  5. Indianapolis
Grade 8 :: American Revolution by tab698
What was Valley Forge?
  1. A Military Camp
  2. A Battle Site
  3. A Fort
  4. A City
  5. A Valley
Grade 8 :: American Revolution by tab698
Grade 8 :: American Revolution by tab698
Where were the first shots fired in the Revolutionary War?
  1. Boston
  2. Concord
  3. Luxembourg
  4. Charleston
  5. Indianapolis
Grade 8 :: American Revolution by tab698
Which battle was a major turning point during the war?
  1. Valley Forge
  2. Saratoga
  3. Boston
  4. Tippecanoe
  5. Toronto
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