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Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic. Topic 1: 200. Question: The Event which took place on the Lexington Green Answer The Shot Heard ‘round The World. Back. Topic 1: 400. Question: The Sons of Liberty d ressed like Native Americans Answer The Boston Tea Party. Back.

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Welcome the topic for today is

Welcome!

The Topic For Today Is…



Topic 1 200
Topic 1: 200

  • Question:

  • The Event which took place on the Lexington Green

  • Answer

  • The Shot Heard ‘round The World

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Topic 1 400
Topic 1: 400

  • Question:

  • The Sons of Liberty dressed like Native Americans

  • Answer

  • The Boston Tea Party

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Topic 1 600
Topic 1: 600

  • Question:

  • Paul Revere, William Dawes and Prescott rode across the country side alerting people that the British were coming

  • Answer

  • The Shot Heard ’round the World

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Topic 1 800
Topic 1: 800

  • Question:

  • 5 patriots were shot and killed in the streets of Boston

  • Answer

  • Boston Massacre

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Topic 1 1000
Topic 1: 1000

  • Question:

  • ChrispusAttickus was killed

  • Answer

  • The Boston Massacre

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Topic 2 200
Topic 2: 200

  • Question:

  • Was the General of the Continental Army, and became the 1st US president

  • Answer

  • George Washington

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Topic 2 400
Topic 2: 400

  • Question:

  • Was captured by British soldiers while trying to alert the country side

  • Answer

  • Paul Revere

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Topic 2 600
Topic 2: 600

  • Question:

  • People of Boston who were willing to fight for their liberty

  • Answer

  • Sons of Liberty

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Topic 2 800
Topic 2: 800

  • Question:

  • Signer of the Declaration of Independence, also has the same a teacher

  • Answer

  • John Hancock

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Topic 2 1000
Topic 2: 1000

  • Question:

  • King of England who placed taxes on the Colonies

  • Answer

  • King George III

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Topic 3 200
Topic 3: 200

  • Question:

  • The date of the signing of the Declaration of Independence

  • Answer

  • July 4, 1776

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Topic 3 400
Topic 3: 400

  • Question:

  • The city that the Continental Congress was held and wrote the Declaration of Independence

  • Answer

  • Philadelphia, PA

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Topic 3 600
Topic 3: 600

  • Question:

  • The Declaration of Independence is important because it

  • Answer

  • Declares our freedom and separation from Brittian

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Topic 3 800
Topic 3: 800

  • Question:

  • If a government violates the rights of the people, it is there job to

  • Answer

  • Overt throw it and replace it

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Topic 3 1000
Topic 3: 1000

  • Question:

  • Your Natural Rights as stated in the Declaration of Independence

  • Answer

  • Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

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Topic 4 200
Topic 4: 200

  • Question:

  • the overthrow of a ruler or political system

  • Answer

  • Revolution

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Topic 4 400
Topic 4: 400

  • Question:

  • a proud supporter or defender of his or her country and its way of life

  • Answer

  • Patriot

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Topic 4 600
Topic 4: 600

  • Question:

  • A required payment to the government by the citizens used to run the government

  • Answer

  • Tax

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Topic 4 800
Topic 4: 800

  • Question:

  • a slogan in the period 1763-1775 that summarized a primary grievance of the American colonists in the 13 colonies. The colonists complained that taxes were imposed by Parliament without the consent of the colonists, which violated the traditional rights of Englishmen dating back centuries

  • Answer

  • No Taxation Without Representation

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Topic 4 1000
Topic 4: 1000

  • Question:

  • a person, group, or state that is joined in an association with another or others for a common purpose

  • Answer

  • Ally

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Topic 5 200
Topic 5: 200

  • Question:

  • April 19th, 1775

  • Answer

  • Shot Heard ‘round the World

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Topic 5 400
Topic 5: 400

  • Question:

  • March 5, 1770

  • Answer

  • Boston Massacre

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Topic 5 600
Topic 5: 600

  • Question:

  • December 16, 1773

  • Answer

  • Boston Tea Party

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Topic 5 800
Topic 5: 800

  • Question:

  • Who won the Revolution

  • Answer

  • The American Colonists/Patriots

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Topic 5 1000
Topic 5: 1000

  • Question:

  • The Revolution lasted for_______ many years

  • Answer

  • 8 years

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Bonus question 5000 pts
Bonus Question: 5000 pts.

  • Question:

  • The name of the treaty which ended the Revolution

  • Answer

  • The Treaty of Paris, 1783

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