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Ch 5 Test

HISTORY

QuestionAnswer
what was the first act pontiac's rebellion
what was the second act proclamation of 1763
what was the third act sugar act
what was the fourth act quartering act
what was the fifth act stamp act
what was the sixth act repeal of stamp act
what was the seventh act declaratory act
what was the eigth act townshend acts
what was the ninth act boston massacre
what was the tenth act tea act
what was the eleventh act boston tea party
what was the twelth act coercive acts
what was the thirteenth act quebec act
what was the coercive acts called by the parliament intolerable acts
after which act do you end the first paragraph declaratory act
what year was the proclamation of 1763 passed 1763
what were one of the provisions of the proclamation of 1763 colonists could not move west of the Appalachian Mountains
what were one of the provisions of the proclamation of 1763 only colonial government, can buy Indian land, not private individuals
what was the colonial reaction to the proclamation of 1763 went against both demands
what year was pontiac's rebellion 1763
what were one of the rules of pontiac's rebellion reject all European technology
what were one of the rules of pontiac's rebellion do not become dependent on white men
what were one of the rules of pontiac's rebellion drive out British from area, using force if necessary
what was the colonial reaction to pontiac's rebellion they went with it
what year was the sugar act 1764
what was one of the provisions of the sugar act increased tax on sugar imported in west indies
what was one of the provisions of the sugar act established courts to try smugglers
what was the colonial reaction to the sugar act they were enraged
what year was the quartering act 1765
what were the provisions of the quartering act required certain colonies to provide supplies, food, shelter, and other living conditions to Britain Stations in area
what was the colonial reaction to the quartering act they were enraged
what year was the stamp act 1765
what were the provisions of the stamp act put taxes on legal documents, stamps, diplomas, marriage licenses, playing cards, and newspapers
where did the money made from the stamp act go to new military
what was the colonial reaction to the stamp act rebelled against parliament
what year was the repeal of the stamp act 1766
what resulted from the repeal of the stamp act declaratory act
what was the colonial reaction to the repeal of the stamp act they were happy
what year was the townshend acts 1767
what was the provisions to the townshend acts taxed paper, glass, lead, paint, and tea
where did the money made from the townshend acts go royal governors and judges in America
what was one of the colonial reactions to the townshend acts more non-importation agreements
what was one of the colonial reactions to the townshend acts smuggled tea as rebellion
what was the date of the Boston Massacre march 5, 1770
what was one of the results of the Boston Massacre townshend acts was repealed
how many people died in the Boston Massacre 5
what was the name of the first victim of the Boston Massacre Crispus Attucks
what was the race of Crispus Attucks half black, half native american
what was one of the results of the Boston Massacre British troops removed from Boston
what year was the tea act 1773
what was the provisions to the tea act parliament gave monopoly of tea to bankrupted British East India company
what was the colonist reaction to the tea act Boston Tea Party
what year was the Boston Tea Party 1773
what was the Boston Tea Party colonists through ten thousand pounds of tea into the river
how much money was the ten thousand pounds of tea equivalent to four million dollars
what year was the coercive acts 1774
how many parts were there to the coercive acts 3
what was the first part of the coercive acts boston port act (closing boston ports)
what was the second part of the coercive acts town meetings were restricted
what was the third part of the coercive acts if british soldiers kill people, they ere sent to Great Britain for trial (probably found not guilty)
what was the colonial reaction to the coercive acts First Continental Congress
what year was the quebec act 1774
how many parts were there to the quebec act 3
what was the first part of the quebec act gave French-Indians own religions and traditions
what was the second part of the quebec act added a lot of land to Quebec (taking away from colonies)
what was the third part of the quebec act told colonists could not move to Quebec, they could not go past the border
what was the colonial reaction to the quebec act were mad they were not getting equal rights
what were the acts George Grenville passed sugar, quartering, and stamp acts
what was George Grenville's beliefs colonists should pay their fair share
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