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History Quiz on p. 2

History Quiz on p. 295-308

a tax on British imports such as glass,paint,tea,and paper Townshend Acts
a tax on paper items such as legal documents,newspapers,and playing cards Stamp Act
a tax on sugar and molasses Sugar Act
to refuse to buy Boycott
to take back Repeal
a group of Patriots who protested against Parliament and tax collectors Sons of Liberty
a formal meeting of representatives Congress
a public announcement proclamation
the lawmaking branch of the British government Parliament
a formal agreement between groups or individuals alliance
the peace treaty signed at the end of the French and Indian War that gave much of France's land to Britain Treaty of Paris
George Washington was sent with 150 soldiers to ask the French to leave what region that the British claimed was theirs? Ohio Valley
What was the name of the fort that George Washington and his men needed to build when attacked by the French in the Ohio Valley Fort Necessity
Who organized the Committee of Correspondence which was formed to get information to all colonies quickly Samuel Adams
On the night of March 5,1770,five colonists were killed by British soldiers when a angry mob provoked the soldiers. What was this event called? Boston Massacre
How many soldiers did King George 3 send to the colonies after the Townshend Act? 9,000
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that all the land between what two landmarks was reserved for Native Americans? The Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River
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