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  • A term that means “control”. The king gave his colonial governments greater __________ over the colonies. A.) taxes B.)power C.) authority D.) officers L C.) correct answer F
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  • A term that means “ friends in war”. The British colonists were helped by their Indian _______. A.) cousins B.) family C.) allies D.) supervisors L C.) correct answer F
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  • A term that means “a government in which the people take part”. A.) democracy B.) Anarchy C.) tyranny D.) monarchy L F A.) correct answer
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  • The colonists thought they should be able to make their own decisions, they thought they should have a _______________? A.) Parliament B.) self-government C.) democracy D.)no government L B.) correct answer F
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  • The people of British elected leaders to speak for them in the part of the government called ________? A.) Parliament B.) public opinion C.) allies D.) authority L F A.) correct answer
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  • People serving in _______, which are like small, local Parliaments, made most of the decisions. A.) cities B.) government C.) legislatures D.) villages L C.) correct answer F
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  • A term that means “ money paid to a government to run the country .” A.) taxes B.) credits C.) products D.) insurance L A.) correct answer F
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  • A requests for action signed by many people. Some colonists held public meetings and sent long _______ asking the King change the Stamp Act. A.) letters B.) petitions C.) requests D.) stamps L B.) correct answer F
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  • To most colonists _____ means freedom to make their own laws. A.) liberty B.) jail C.) right D.) patriot L F A.) correct answer
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  • A tax on goods brought into a country. A.) tax B.) quarter C.) tariff D.) consequence L C.) correct answer F
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  • Colonists that held British views were called Tories or ________________. A.) Loyalist B.) boycott C.) Patriots D.) repeals L A.) correct answer F
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  • The colonists had no _______ in Parliament- no one speaking for them. A.) liberty B.) representation C.) consequences D.) ally L B.) correct answer F
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  • Being accused of working against the government is called ______. A.) boycott B.) public opinion C.) authority D.) treason L D.) correct answer F
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  • A term that means “refusing to buy”. A.) boycott B.) Loyalist C.) treason D.) consequence L F A.) correct answer
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  • A meeting of representatives who have authority to make decisions. A.) repeal B.)congress C.) public opinion D.) legislature L B.) correct answer F
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  • The killing of a number of people who can not defend themselves. A.) blockade B.) treason C.) consequence D.) massacre L D.) correct answer F
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  • Fighters who could be ready in a minute. A.) brothers B.) hourman C.) minute man D.) allies L C.) correct answer F
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  • Colonist who were against the British called themselves __________. A.) Patriots B.) minute man C.) colonists D.) Loyalist L F A.) correct answer
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  • Freedom is also called ________. A.) laws B.) consequences C.) boycott D.) right L D.) correct answer F
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  • The first meeting of representatives from different colonies was called _____________. A.) democracy B.) Continental Congress C.) Patriots D.) legislature L B.) correct answer F
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  • To use warships to prevent other ships from entering or leaving a harbor. A.) repeal B.) boycott C.) tariff D.) blockade L D.) correct answer F
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  • Colonists knew that their actions could have Serious results or _________. A.)rights B.) problems C.) freedoms D.) consequences L D.) correct answer F
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  • A term that means to pay for one’s housing. The colonists were ordered to ______ British soldiers. A.) quarter B.) tax C.) tariff D.) boycott L A.) correct answer F
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  • Groups that were set up to write letters to one another about what is being done in their colonies to protest British laws. A.) legislatures B.) Committees of correspondence C.) minute man D.) Continental Congress L B.) correct answer F
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  • What people think can also be called ______________. A.) authority B.) liberty C.) public opinion D.) repeal L C.) correct answer F
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  • When Parliament heard about the Stamp Act and the angry colonists , it ____ the Stamp Act- the Stamp Act was No longer a law. A.) massacre B.)stamped C.) repealed D.) quarreled L C.) correct answer F
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  • Crispus Attucks a runaway slave was the first to be killed for American Indepence during what significant event? A.) Boston Massacre B.) Stamp Act C.) Boston Tea Party D.) Intolerable Acts L A.) correct answer F
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  • In 1764 Parliament passed a law that said the colonists must pay a tax on many goods coming to the colonies from other places. A.) Boston Massacre B.) Stamp Act C.) Sugar Act D.) Intolerable Act L C.) correct answer F
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  • More than 300 chest of tea were dumped into the Boston Harbor on December 1773 during what significant event? A.) Boston Tea PArt B.) Boston Massacre C.) Townshend Acts D.) Intolerable Acts L A.) correct answer F
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  • ___________ most famous ride was the one he made to Lexington on the night of April 18,1775, carrying the News “the British are coming!”. A.) King George B.) Ben Franklin C.) Crispus Attucks D.) Paul Revere L D.) correct answer F
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