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1. Which one of the three signers was a lawyer? George Walton
2.Which one of the three singers was a doctor and a minster? Lyman Hall
3.Which one of the three signers was a merchant & plantation owner Button Gwinnett
4.What ended the French and Indian war? The treaty of Paris 1763
5.Who won the French and Indian war? The England
6.Who issued the Proclamtion of 1763? King George III
7.Why did they want to make peace with the American Indians? can’t afford another war
8.What is the stamp act? Required colonist to buy a government stamp for almost every paper document
9.Why did the stamp act happen? Needed to raise money to pay for the french & indians war
10.Groups opposing England were called_____? Sons of Liberty
11. What is a Preamble? Reasons behind the colonist decision to separate
12. What is the Grievances? Complaints againest the British
13. What is the Declaration? Officialy declared the colonies free from the British rule
14. Patriots wanted what? Wanted indepence
15. Loyalist were loyal to who? Loyal to england
16. Nickname for Patriots? Whigs
17. Nickname for loyalist? Tories
18. Where did the 1st Continental Congress meet? Philadelphia
19. Every colony was there except for Georgia
20.What granted us independence? The Treaty of Paris 1783
21.The Declaration of Independence was adopted when? The Declaration of Independence was adopted when?
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