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Unit 2 Review

Review Unit 2 Post Assessment

The original colonies were organized into what three regions: Northern, Middle, and Southern
How would you classify the relationship between England and the colonists? Parent and Child
What was the function of the Mayflower Compact of 1620? An agreement between the Pilgrims that listed the rules for how they wanted to live. It gave all people a say about the decisions in the colony.
The Boston Tea Party took place in which region: Northern
England stopped using Salutary Neglect and started using ______________with the colonies. Mercantilism
The Battles of Lexington and Concord became known as this? The Shot Heard 'Round the World
What was the final battle of the American Revolution. The Battle of Yorktown
The French and Indian War left England with little money and a lot of bills. This is also known as being in __________> Debt
This slogan meant that colonists didn't want to pay taxes if they didn't get a say in government. No taxation without representation
Tobacco, rice, and indigo were the main crops of the _______________ colonies. Southern
This battle caused other countries to think America could win the war. The Battle of Saratoga
Who was the leader of the Continental Army? George Washington
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