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SS8 H3 American Revolutionary Era

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  • Q1
    Who fought France during the French and Indian War?
    American Indians
  • Q2
    What area of North America was being fought over during the French and Indian War?
    Ohio Valley
    Everything east of the Appalachian Mountains
    Mississippi Delta
  • Q3
    What happened to Georgia as a result of the French and Indian War?
    Georgians were unhappy with the results of the war
    There was no change in Georgia
    Georgia's new borders of the Mississippi River and the St. Mary's River meant the state grew in size
    Georgia's new borders of the Chattahoochee River and the Appalachian Mountains meant the state grew smaller
  • Q4
    As a result of the Proclamation of 1763, Georgians could not
    settle west of the Appalachian Mountains
    own slaves
    trade with Britain
    settle east of the Mississippi River
  • Q5
    What was the purpose of the Proclamation of 1763?
    The King wanted to make peace and trade deals with American Indians and establish forts along the Appalachian Mountains
    The King felt that it was only fair that colonists leave American Indian territory alone
    The King wanted to show the colonists who was in charge
    The King wanted to punish the American Indians for siding with the French
  • Q6
    What did the Stamp Act tax?
    paper for legal documents, playing cards
    rum and spices
    tobacco and rice
    tea and coffee
  • Q7
    How did northern colonists react to the Stamp Act?
    Anger, violence
    Not strong; they bought some stamps
    They voted against the tax during the next election
    They staged protests in London
  • Q8
    How did Georgians react to the Stamp Act
    They held a protest and threw paper into the Savannah River
    They decided to rebel against the King and began attacking soldiers
    They were just as angry as the Northern colonists, but they showed their anger in different ways
    They were not as angry; some stamps were sold
  • Q9
    Which part of the Declaration of Independence states that all men are created equal and have unalienable rights?
    formal declaration
  • Q10
    Who supported the King and wanted the colonies to remain a part of Britain
    American Indians
  • Q11
    Who wanted the colonies to become independent?
    American Indians
  • Q12
    During which battle did Elijah Clarke lead Patriots against the Loyalists in Wilkes County (near Augusta)?
    Battle of Manassas
    Siege of Augusta
    Battle of Kettle Creek
    Siege of Savannah
  • Q13
    In which battle were Patriots unsuccessful in taking the city from Britain?
    Siege of Savannah
    Siege of Augusta
    Battle of Kettle Creek
    Battle of Mannassas
  • Q14
    During which battle did Patriots break the British strong-hold on Georgia?
    Battle of Kettle Creek
    Siege of Savannah
    Siege of Augusta
    Battle of Bull Run
  • Q15
    During which battle did Patriots gain needed supplies
    Battle of Kettle Creek
    Siege of Savannah

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