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History: Test 1 Qrt2
|In the Second Continental Congress in May 1775, the new delegates included
|John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson
|Steps delegates they needed to take to prepare for war
|Forming an army. When Congress chose George Washington as commander. Paying for its army by printing paper money.
|Colonists who wanted independence were
|Colonists who were loyal to the British Crown were
|In May 10, 1775 who captured Fort Ticonderoga
|Ethan Allen and 83 men called the Green Mountain Boys
|The men (Green Mountain Boys) seized weapons, including what weapons, which were later moved to Boston.
|The Olive Branch Petition stated what
|The colonists were still the kings loyal subjects
|At the Battle of Bunker Hill, the British won after what numbered attack,
|The 3rd attack
|At the Battle of Bunker Hill, American militia ran out of what
|The Battle of Bunker Hill proved what to the Americans
|They could successfully fight the professional British soldiers
|In December 1775, two armies led by Benedict Arnold and Richard Montgomery invaded where and attacked the city of what. Did the attack succeed or fail.
|Invaded Canada and attacked the city of Quebec. The attack failed.
|Banned colonial settlement west of a line drawn along the Appalachian Mountains.
|Proclamation of 1763
|Put a duty (or import tax) on several products. It also called for harsh punishment of smugglers.
|Required colonists to quarter, or house British troops and provide them with food and other supplies. (even in private houses)
|Required that all colonists buy special tax stamps for all kinds of products and activities. (colonists protested)
|Said Parliament had total authority (or control) over the colonies.
|Britain would only tax products brought into the colonies. (would no longer tax products or activities inside the colonies)
|Court orders that allowed officials to make searches without saying for what they were searching.
|Writs of Assistance
|A protest including a crowd of workers and sailors in which troops killed 5 in the crowd, and wounded 6 while fighting back.
|A committee established by Samuel Adams with the aim being to keep colonists informed of British actions.
|Committees of Correspondence
|To protect Britain's claim to the Ohio River Valley, who built Fort Necessity south of France's Fort Duquesne.
|A large French army forced Washington to do what
|Surrender (return to virginia)
|During a meeting in Albany, New York, colonial leaders discussed how to win the war and forming an alliance with who
|The Iroquois, (who refused to ally with the British)
|Who drew up the Albany Plan of Union
|In the Albany Plan, a council would have authority over what and relations with who
|Authority over western settlements and relations with Native Americans
|In the Albany Plan, the council could organize armies and collect what
|Collect taxes (to pay expenses)
|Colonial assemblies did what to the Albany Plan of Union
|They rejected the plan
|Who was defeated at Fort Duquesne when he ignored warnings about the dangers of ambushes.
|In May 1765, Britain declared war on France, the official beginning of what (American colonists fought with the British against the french)
|7 Years War or French and Indian War (same war)
|French General Montcalm captured what on Lake Ontario and what on Lake George
|Fort Oswego on Lake Ontario and Fort William Henry on Lake George
|What British Prime Minister sent top generals to command the British
|In the fall of 1758, the British took what
|In 1759, the British captured what
|Quebec, the capital of New France
|The other major French city, what, fell in 1760
|Terms of the Treaty of Paris- Britain's new territories
|Spanish Florida, French Canada, Most French territories east of the Mississippi
|Terms of the Treaty of Paris-Spain's new territories
|New Orleans and all French territories west of the Mississippi
|The trial of who helped establish freedom of the press in America.
|John Peter Zenger
|The brutal voyage across the Atlantic by ships carrying enslaved Africans to the Americas was known as the
|The what trade was a series of trade routes that connected the colonies, the Caribbean islands, and africa
|The what was a period of religious revival by Jonathan Edwards and other preachers who urged Americans to commit to God.
|Under the terms of the treaty of Paris, who lost almost all of its North american possessions
|The British government believed the colonists should pay taxes to help pay part of Britain's what, from the war.
|Samuel Adams led an anti-British protest group called what
|Sons of Liberty
|Colonial leaders met in Philadelphia in 1774 in a meeting known as what, and demanded the repeal of those new laws.
|First Continental Congress
|The american attack on where, during a snowstorm in December 1775 was turned back, and they left Canada to the British