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American Revolution

Quiz by Steven Hirsch

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43 questions
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  • Q1
    Freedom
    Liberty
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  • Q2
    To withdraw or cancel.
    Repeal
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  • Q3
    The refusal to buy, sell, or use certain goods.
    Boycott
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  • Q4
    Well-trained volunteer soldiers who defended the American colonies against the British at a minutes notice.
    Minutemen
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  • Q5
    A colonist who supported Great Britain in the American Revolution.
    Loyalist
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  • Q6
    An American colonist who supported the fight for independence.
    Patriot
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  • Q7
    The war between Great Britain and it's 13 American colonies from 1775 to 1783 that led to the founding of the United States of America.
    American Revolution/Revolutionary War
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  • Q8
    The first battles of the American Revolution
    Battle of Lexington and Concord.
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  • Q9
    The turning point of the American revolution. The battle proved to the Europeans that the patriots could beat the British
    Battle of Saratoga
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  • Q10
    The final battle of the American Revolution.
    Battle of Yorktown
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  • Q11
    Chosen to lead the Continental Army against the British in the American Revolution.
    George Washington
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  • Q12
    Gave speeches against the Stamp Act and convinced many in the House of Burgesses to make a final break with Great Britain. "Give me Liberty, or give me death!"
    Patrick Henry
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  • Q13
    Groups of colonists who organized themselves to protest against the British government.
    Sons of Liberty
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  • Q14
    Group of women colonists who refused to buy goods from Britain
    Daughters of Liberty
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  • Q15
    Was a lawyer who defended British soldiers after the Boston Massacre.
    John Adams
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  • Q16
    Wrote the Declaration of Independence. "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal." "We all have the right to Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness."
    Thomas Jefferson
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  • Q17
    Ruler of Britain during the French and Indian War and the American Revolution.
    King George III
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  • Q18
    Boston Patriot and Silversmith who, on the night of April 18, 1775, rode to warn the people of Lexington that British troops were coming.
    Paul Revere
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  • Q19
    Was a British law placing taxes on newspapers, or signed legal documents.
    Stamp Act
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  • Q20
    Colonist had to pay taxes on all the tea, paper, glass, lead, and paint imported from Britain.
    Townshend Act
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