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Chapter 10 Review

Social Studies chapter 10 test review

Samuel Adams Leader of The Sons of Liberty
Quartering Act Required colonists to offer housing and food for British soldiers
Sons of Liberty Most likely planned the Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts Laws that controlled the actions of the colonists (also called the Coercive Acts)
French and Indian War Britain wanted more land and won the war. Britain ended up with lots of land and huge debts.
Repeal Overturn a law
Boston Massacre Soldiers and colonists fighting against each other with rocks, snowballs, and guns
King George III Leader of Great Britain
Boston Tea Party Protest where tea was dumped into Boston Harbor.
Stamp Act Tax on paper, books, legal documents, and newspapers
Explain the Stamp Act and the colonists reactions to the law: The Stamp Act was a law passed by Britain taxing paper, books, legal documents, and newspapers. The colonists were very upset about the tax.
What items were the colonists taxed on? Glass Lead Paint Paper Tea
List the events in order leading up to the American Revolution: French and Indian War Proclamation of 1763 Quartering Act Stamp Act Boston Massacre Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts
Explain what "taxation without representation" means: Taxation without representation means that colonists were being taxed by Britain, but they were not allowed to have representatives in the British government. The colonists did not have a voice in decisions that were affecting them.
Explain what the Proclamation of 1763 did and how the colonists reacted: The Proclamation of 1763 was created by the British government to protect the colonists from the Native Americans. A law was passed that the colonists could not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains. The colonists were very upset by this new law.
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