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Servidio S.S. Chap 5

Servidio Review for Chapter 5 MC/CR Test

QuestionAnswer
What caused the French and Indian War? Land
Which two countries fought in the French and Indian War? England and France
Why is the war called the French and Indian War? We are studying British history
Who were England’s allies during the French and Indian War? Iroquois
Who were France’s allies during the French and Indian War? Algonquians and Hurons
What role did George Washington play in the French and Indian War? Built Fort Necessity
Who created the Albany Plan of Union? Benjamin Franklin
What were the two parts of the Albany Plan of Union? Iroquois and the Colonists should unite to fight France
Who won the French and Indian War? England
What is another name for England? Britain
What was the name often treaty that ended the French and Indian War? Treaty of Paris
What did the Treaty of Paris say? That England was to get all the French land in North America
How did the French and Indian War cause the American Revolution? Can’t move west and must pay for war
How are the colonists going to pay for the French and Indian War? Through taxes
What was the goal of the Proclamation of 1763? Keep the colonists in the east for better control and trade
Sugar Act Tax on molasses used to sweeten beverages and food
Stamp Act Placed a tax on wills, diplomas, newspapers, playing cards, dice and almanacs
What type of tax is the Stamp Act? Direct Tax
What type of tax is the Townshend Act? Indirect Tax
Townshend Act Tax on glass, paper, tea, paint, and lead
Petition A formal written request to someone in authority to make a change in policy
Parliament British government
Boycott To refuse to buy a certain good
Repeal To cancel
Nonimportation agreements Refuse to import British goods
Sons of Liberty Staged mock hangings, tarred and feathered tax collectors and participate in Tea Party
Daughters of Liberty Paraded, signed petitions, organized boycotts and made our clothing
Boston Massacre An event where snowballs were thrown by Patriots and British shot five colonists
Committee of Correspondence Wrote letters to Britain about changes that need to be made
Mercantilism When raw materials are exported to England and the colonies import manufactured goods Britain only benefits.
Navigation Acts The Colonist can only trade with England
Tea Act Tax on tea
Boston Tea Party Colonists dressed as Natives threw British tea into the Harbor
Four Parts of Intolerable Acts Close Boston Harbor so no importing or exporting, No Town Meetings, Quartering Act, pay, for tea dumped into harbor
Militia An army of citizens gathered to fight the British
Lexington and Concord The first battle of the American Revolution
England is like a mother, as the colonies is like a Daughter
The colonies are like a daughter, as England is like a Mother
Who did the colonists fight against for independence? England/Britain
Where do the colonists want representation? Parliament
What slogan did the colonists use to protest Britain? No Taxation Without Representation
What caused the French and Indian War? Land
Which two countries fought in the French and Indian War? England and France
Why is the war called the French and Indian War? We are studying British history
Who were England’s allies during the French and Indian War? Iroquois
Who were France’s allies during the French and Indian War? Algonquians and Hurons
What role did George Washington play in the French and Indian War? Built Fort Necessity
Who created the Albany Plan of Union? Benjamin Franklin
What were the two parts of the Albany Plan of Union? Iroquois and the Colonists should unite to fight France
Who won the French and Indian War? England
What is another name for England? Britain
What was the name often treaty that ended the French and Indian War? Treaty of Paris
What did the Treaty of Paris say? That England was to get all the French land in North America
How did the French and Indian War cause the American Revolution? Can’t move west and must pay for war
How are the colonists going to pay for the French and Indian War? Through taxes
What was the goal of the Proclamation of 1763? Keep the colonists in the east for better control and trade
Sugar Act Tax on molasses used to sweeten beverages and food
Stamp Act Placed a tax on wills, diplomas, newspapers, playing cards, dice and almanacs
What type of tax is the Stamp Act? Direct Tax
What type of tax is the Townshend Act? Indirect Tax
Townshend Act Tax on glass, paper, tea, paint, and lead
Petition A formal written request to someone in authority to make a change in policy
Parliament British government
Boycott To refuse to buy a certain good
Repeal To cancel
Nonimportation agreements Refuse to import British goods
Sons of Liberty Staged mock hangings, tarred and feathered tax collectors and participate in Tea Party
Daughters of Liberty Paraded, signed petitions, organized boycotts and made our clothing
Boston Massacre An event where snowballs were thrown by Patriots and British shot five colonists
Committee of Correspondence Wrote letters to Britain about changes that need to be made
Mercantilism When raw materials are exported to England and the colonies import manufactured goods Britain only benefits.
Navigation Acts The Colonist can only trade with England
Tea Act Tax on tea
Boston Tea Party Colonists dressed as Natives threw British tea into the Harbor
Four Parts of Intolerable Acts Close Boston Harbor so no importing or exporting, No Town Meetings, Quartering Act, pay, for tea dumped into harbor
Militia An army of citizens gathered to fight the British
Lexington and Concord The first battle of the American Revolution
England is like a mother, as the colonies is like a Daughter
The colonies are like a daughter, as England is like a Mother
Who did the colonists fight against for independence? England/Britain
Where do the colonists want representation? Parliament
What slogan did the colonists use to protest Britain? No Taxation Without Representation
Created by: Suzanne Servidio
 

 



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