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5th SS Week 4

Tension in the Colonies

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This country needed land in the Ohio River Valley. They needed the fertile farmland. Great Britain
This country needed land in the Ohio River Valley. They had been trapping animals and trading furs for many years in Canada. They wanted to trap beaver furs. France
Great Britain captured the Canadian city of ___, and then went on to capture Montreal. Great Britain agreed to sign a peace treaty. Quebec
Great Britain fought along with the _____, while France fought alongside the Native American Indians. Colonists
Great Britain fought along with the colonists, while France fought alongside the ___ . Native American Indians
The British wore bright __ coats, and marched side by side by the beat of a drum. Red
The French and American Indians hid and ___ the British. ambushed
The French and Indian War ended with both sides, the British and the French, agreed to sign the ___. Treaty of Paris
This peace treaty ended the French and Indian War. Treaty of Paris
During the French and Indian War, Great Britain had more troops and the colonists had it own ___, or volunteer army. The colonists grew their own food, so the soldiers were well fed. The only problem was each colony had its own government. This meant that decisions were made very slowly. Militia
During the French and Indian War, France had many settlements near the Ohio River Valley, they had help quickly if needed. These settlements were all under the control of one government, so they made decisions quickly. The problem was the French settlements did not grow their own food, so sometimes the soldiers were ___. hungry
During the French and Indian War, ___ had more troops and the colonists had it own militia, or volunteer army. The colonists grew their own food, so the soldiers were well fed. The only problem was each colony had its own government. This meant that decisions were made very slowly. Great Britain
During the French and Indian War, ___had many settlements near the Ohio River Valley, they had help quickly if needed. These settlements were all under the control of one government, so they made decisions quickly. The problem was the settlements did not grow their own food, so sometimes the soldiers were ___. France
After the French and Indian War, the __ gave Great Britain control of Canada. As well as, the land between the Mississippi River and the Appalachian Mountains, and the Ohio River Valley. Treaty of Paris
After the French and Indian War, the __ meant that France lost control of almost all of the land they had once claimed. Treaty of Paris
After the French and Indian War, the Treaty of Paris gave ___ control of Canada. As well as, the land between the Mississippi River and the Appalachian Mountains, and the Ohio River Valley. Great Britain
After the French and Indian War, the Treat of Paris meant that lost control of almost all of the land they had once claimed. France
What is the mountain range mentioned in the Proclamation of 1763? Appalachian Mountains
This is the name given to those that stayed "true" to the kind of England. Loyalist
This is the name given to those that wanted the colonies to become an independent country. Patriots
This means to convince. Persuade
This is the branch of British government that made laws. Parliament
A volunteer army. The British colonies had a __, Militia
When people that cannot defend themselves are murdered it is called a ___. Massacre
Who was Great Britain's foe in the War of 1754? France
Which attorney defended the British soldiers after the Boston Massacre? John Adams
The ___ stated that the American Indians had a right to all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains. The Settlers were not allowed to move there anymore. Proclamation of 1763
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that the ___ had a right to all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains. The Settlers were not allowed to move there. American Indians
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that the American Indians had a right to all the land ___ of the Appalachian Mountains. The Settlers were not allowed to move there. West
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that the American Indians had a right to all the land west of the ___. The Settlers were not allowed to move there. Appalachian Mountains
The Proclamation of 1763 stated that the American Indians had a right to all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains. The Settlers were not allowed to move there anymore. Were the colonists happy or mad about this? Mad
After the Proclamation of 1763, why were the colonists mad? The land west of the Appalachian Mountains was fertile farmland that is good for growing crops.
After the French and Indian War, Britain was still afraid of the colonists being attacked. Great Britain sent thousands of British soldiers to protect the colonists. Britain wanted the colonists to support these soldiers, so Parliament passed a new law called the ___. Which stated that colonists had to provide soldiers with places to live, with food, transportation and supplies. Quartering Act
After the French and Indian War, Britain was still afraid of the colonists being attacked. Great Britain sent thousands of British soldiers to protect the colonists. Britain wanted the colonists to support these soldiers, so Parliament passed a new law called the Quartering Act. Which stated that colonists had to provide soldiers with places to ___, with food, transportation and supplies. Live
The Quartering Act which stated that who had to provide soldiers with places to live, with food, transportation and supplies. Colonists
First the colonists were mad at Great Britain for the Proclamation of 1763. Then the colonists were mad because Great Britain made them allow soldiers live in their homes. This second act was called ___. The Quartering Act
The colonists thought it was unfair that they had no representative to vote in ____. Parliament
The ___ was passed by Great Britain to help pay off its debts. This act stated that every piece of paper the colonists used had to be marked with a large stamp to prove someone had paid taxes for that paper. This included legal papers, newspapers, magazines and even playing cards. Stamp Act
Nine colonies held a special meeting called the ___ to let Parliament know they didn't think it was fair for the colonists to pay taxes without having representatives to vote. Stamp Act Congress
The ___ occurred in Boston, Massachusetts when soldiers and colonists got into a fight. The British soldiers fired their muskets into the crowd killing and wounding several colonists. The colonists called this a massacre because it means the murder of people who cannot defend themselves. Boston Massacre
The Boston Massacre occurred in Boston, Massachusetts when soldiers and colonists got into a fight. The British soldiers fired their muskets into the crowd killing and wounding several colonists. The colonists called this a ___ because it means the murder of people who cannot defend themselves. massacre
The Boston Massacre occurred in__ when soldiers and colonists got into a fight. The British soldiers fired their muskets into the crowd killing and wounding several colonists. The colonists called this a massacre because it means the murder of people who cannot defend themselves. Boston, Massachusetts
Who was the lawyer that finally agreed to represent the British soldiers that were involved in the Boston Massacre? John Adams
Some people thought it was better for the colonies to stay under the rule of Great Britain. They wanted to remain loyal, or true, to the Kind of England. These people became known as ___. Loyalist
Some people were mad at Great Britain because of the all of the laws they were passing without allowing the colonists to have representation. They wanted to become independent of Great Britain. These people wanted did not like the way Great Britain treated the colonies. They became known as the __. Patriots
Some colonists did not want to take sides between the loyalist and the patriots. They were known as __. Neutralists
___ was an inventor, scientists, writer, patriot and one of the Founding Fathers of America. Benjamin Franklin
__ worked hard to gain America's freedom from Great Britain. Founding Fathers
Benjamin Franklin became a very famous inventor because he invented the ___ glasses, medical equipment, a wood burning stove, a lightning rod and the odometer. Bifocal
A tool invented by Benjamin Franklin that measures distance traveled is called an __. Odometer
A penny saved is a penny earned. Was written by ___ one of America's Founding Fathers. Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin went to Great Britain to try to __, or persuade Parliament to repeal or cancel, unfair laws. convince
Benjamin Franklin went to Great Britain to try to convince, or persuade Parliament to __ or cancel, unfair laws. repeal
After trying to convince Parliament to work with America to solve their differences, he realized that Great Britain still believed they were right to ___ the colonists. Benjamin Franklin came home ready to fight for the right to govern themselves. tax
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