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Period 3 Vocab

Quiz by Leslie Schaffer

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  • Q1
    Conflict lasting from 1754-1763
    Revolutionary War
    Pontiac's Rebellion
    The French and Indian War
    Bacon's Rebellion
  • Q2
    Who were the combatants in the French and Indian War?
    War between French and Native Americans in American colonies
    War between British and Spanish in American colonies
    War between British and American colonists in American colonies
    War between French and British in American colonies
  • Q3
    Line drawn by British Parliament, colonists not allowed to settle past Appalachian mountains
    Treaty of Greenville
    The Proclamation of 1763
    Pickney's Line
    Northwest Ordinance
  • Q4
    1765 direct tax on a stamp that must be put on paper, office documents, etc.
    Stamp Act
    Townshend Acts
    Intolerable Acts
    Coercive Acts
  • Q5
    Punitive acts applied to Massachusetts in retaliation for the Boston Tea Party; referred to by colonists as the Intolerable Acts
    Quartering Act
    The Intolerable Acts
    Townshend Acts
    Stamp Act
  • Q6
    1776: a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that claimed the colonies had a right to be an independent nation
    Common Sense
    Federalist 51
    Two Treatise on Government
  • Q7
    1776 statement, issued by the Second Continental Congress, explaining why the colonies wanted independence from Britain.
    The Declaration Of Independence
    Common Sense
    Letter from a Pennsylvania Farmer
    Olive Branch Petition
  • Q8
    American victory over British troops in 1777 that was a turning point in the American Revolution.
    Battle of Ticonderoga
    Battle of Yorktown
    Battle of Saratoga
    Lexington and Concord
  • Q9
    Treaty ending the Revolutionary War
    Treaty of Ghent
    Treaty of Paris, 1783
    Treaty of Paris, 1763
    Treaty of Guadalupe Hildago
  • Q10
    First government of the United States; extremely weak government that gave most of the power to states
    Second Continental Congress
    Bill of Rights
    Articles of Confederation
  • Q11
    A law that established a procedure for the admission of new states to the Union and set the boundary for slavery at the Ohio River
    The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
    The Land Ordinance of 1785
    Executive Authority
    Homestead Act
  • Q12
    A 1787 rebellion in which ex-Revolutionary War soldiers attempted to prevent foreclosures of farms as a result of high interest rates and taxes
    Pontiac Rebellion
    Stono Rebellion
    Shay's Rebellion
    Bacon's Rebellion
  • Q13
    A compromise between the New Jersey and Virginia plans that created the Senate and the House of Representatives; each state received equal number of senators, states received representatives based on population
    The Great Compromise
    Missouri Compromise
    3/5 Compromise
    Interstate Commerce Compromise
  • Q14
    Agreement at the creation of the Constitution that each slave counted as three-fifths of a person in determining representation in the House for representation and taxation purposes
    Interstate Commerce Compromise
    The Three-Fifths compromise
    Slave Trade Compromise
    Great Compromise
  • Q15
    This collection of essays by John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison; explained the importance of a strong central government; published to convince New York to ratify the Constitution
    The Federalists Papers
    John Peter Zenger Papers
    Common Sense
    The Cato Papers

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