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What was the second name for the French and Indian War? Seven Years War.
What was the peace treaty that ended the war? Treaty of Paris 1763.
What Proclamation was used to help Georgia after the war? Proclamation of 1763.
What was the "event" used to protest the tax on tea? Boston Tea Party.
Who was the king of England during this time? King George III.
What was the Stamp Act? England made colonist buy a government stamp for almost every paper document to get money to recover from the war.
What group was created to oppose the Stamp Act? The "Liberty Boys".
Who were the three delegates from Georgia who signed the Declaration of Independence? Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, and George Walton.
Who was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence? Thomas Jefferson.
What was the stamp act? An act that required you to buy a stamp for almost any paper document.
Why was the stamp act a thing? The British needed money to recover from the war.
How did Georgia feel about the stamp act? They thought that it wasn't fair but stayed calm under their governor.
What was the only colony that sold the hated stamps? Georgia.
What part of the Declaration of Independence formed the United States of America Declaration .
Which part of the Declaration of Independence stated that "all men are created equal"? Preamble.
What was the first known conflict of the American Revolution? "Shot Heard Around the World"
Where was the first known conflict of the American Revolution? Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts
What was one of the main goals with the proclamation? Defend and maintain colonies better.
What was the act that hurt trade? Boston Port Act
What ended the American Revolution? Treaty of Paris 1815
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