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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) US History Questions

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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 Britain repealed the Quartering Act.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 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 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 7 :: American Revolution by Andrewteachhistory
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by Poettgen
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by Poettgen
What was the agreement made at the 1st Continental Congress?
  1. Boycott British goods
  2. Asked Bostonian"s to arm themselves
  3. Drafted a petition for tax repeal to Parliament
  4. All of the above
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by Poettgen
What colony did not attend the 1st Continental Congress?
  1. Illinois
  2. Virgina
  3. Georgia
  4. Connecticut
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by Poettgen
The second Continental Congress met here:
  1. Boston, MA
  2. New York, NY
  3. Hartford, CT
  4. Philadelphia, PA
Grade 7 :: American Revolution by Poettgen
These allowed custom officials to enter any location to search for smuggled goods:
  1. Coercive Acts
  2. The Judges Orders
  3. Quartering Act
  4. Writs of Assistance
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
The "Grass Fight" was between
  1. Texas volunteers and General Cos's army
  2. scouts led by Frank Johnson and the Mexican calvary
  3. Ben Milam's troops and Mexican soldiers
  4. Texas volunteers and a mule train
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
Under the Texas constitution, a free African American who wanted to live in Texas needed to petition the
  1. Texas Supreme Court
  2. Texas President
  3. ad interim governemnt
  4. Texas Congress
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
The following are reasons why many of the original Texas volunteers returned to their homes in November 1835 EXCEPT
  1. many did not have coats
  2. winter was on the way
  3. General Cos's army had surrendered
  4. there was little military activity
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
The committee that crafted the Texas Constitution met at
  1. Washington-on-the-Brazos
  2. Mexico City
  3. San Antonio
  4. Nacogdoches
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
The slogan "On to San Antonio" was the cry of the texan soldiers after fighting at
  1. San Felipe
  2. Nacogdoches
  3. Gonzales and Goliad
  4. Washington on the Brazos
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
All of these are stated in the Texas Declaration of Independence EXCEPT
  1. Texas is a free, sovereign, and independent republic
  2. Mexico failed to provide Texas with a sound economic system
  3. Mexico sent an army against the Texans
  4. The Mexican government violated the Mexican constitution
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
The person who the Consultation selected as commander of the regular Texas army was
  1. Stephen F. Austin
  2. William H Wharton
  3. Sam Houston
  4. John H. Moore
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
The Texas Declaration of Independence was written by
  1. David G. Burnett
  2. George C. Childress
  3. Sam Houston
  4. Stephen F. Austin
Grade 7 :: The Frontier by Andrewteachhistory
The governor and council would not cooperate with one another in December 1835, preventing them from
  1. preparing for battle with Mexico
  2. planning the 1836 Convention
  3. setting up the provisional government
  4. approving the Texas regular army
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