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Ch. 5 Terms Pt. 1

Quiz by Mary Purdy

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  • Q1
    Incoming money from taxes or other sources
  • Q2
    Court document allowing customs officers to enter any location to search for smuggled (stolen) goods
    Writ of Assistance
  • Q3
    An official expression of opinion
  • Q4
    A mocking figure representing an unpopular individual
  • Q5
    To refuse to buy items in order to protest certain actions or to force acceptance of one's terms
  • Q6
    To cancel an act of law
  • Q7
    An organization that spread political ideas and information through Britain's American colonies
    Committee of Correspondence
  • Q8
    Open defiance of authority
  • Q9
    Issued by King George, this prohibited colonists from living west of the Appalachian Mountains, on Native American land
    Proclamation of 1763
  • Q10
    This was passed in 1764. It lowered the tax on the molasses the colonists imported in order to stop smuggling.
    Sugar Act
  • Q11
    This was passed in 1765. This taxed almost all printed materials.
    Stamp Act
  • Q12
    Parliament passed this in 1766. This stated that Parliament had the right to tax and make decisions for the British colonies "in all cases"
    Declaratory Act
  • Q13
    Parliament passed this in 1767. They taxed imported goods such as glass, tea, and paper at the port of entry instead of in the colonies.
    Townshend Acts
  • Q14
    A violent and tragic encounter between the Bostonians and soldiers. The angry townspeople started throwing sticks and stones at the soldiers. This caused the soldiers to fight back and kill 5 colonists.
    Boston Massacre
  • Q15
    Parliament passed this to help save the British East India Company. This act gave the company nearly total control of the market for tea in the colonies. It also removed some, but not all of the taxes on tea.
    Tea Act

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