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Constitution Quiz #2

The second quiz for Constitution.

Describe what happened on Lexington Common and how many casualties there were on both sides. The colonists were told to lay down their arms, a shot was fired which triggered a war. 8 colonists were dead, 2 wounded, and only one British soldier was wounded.
Why did the Americans cling to the British in the 1750’s. They were afraid of French invasion of their land with the help of the Indians.
Who was sent in 1754 to warn the French they were encroaching on British territory? George Washington.
Who were the Whigs? Political radicals. (Patriots)
Who were the Torries? Loyalists who wanted peaceful change.
What famous Sons of Liberty action protested the British tax on tea? The Boston Tea Party.
Why couldn’t Washington threaten the British in Boston from his army’s position on Dorchester Heights before May 1775. He had no heavy weaponry.
Who was responsible for bringing the guns of Ticonderoga to Dorchester Heights? Henry Knox.
Describe Arnold’s trek to take Quebec. Describe Arnold’s trek to take Quebec. He went through the main wilderness. The men suffered winter, sickness, and many of nature's forces, and half or more of them died along the way.
What happened at the Battle of Quebec? (outcome, generals, what happened to each general) Generals- Benedict Arnold, and Richard Montgomery. What happened to each general- Montgomery was shot with a cannonball and immediately died, Arnold was shot as well and couldn't advance. Outcome- they had to retreat with General's help.
Created by: gamergirl13