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History Jeopardy. By Jessica Farley ETEC 546 Assignment 3. American Revolution. Politics for $100. This document signed in 1763 by King George III of England prohibited any English settlement west of the Appalachian Mts. Politics for $100. Answer: What was the Proclamation of 1763?.

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History jeopardy

History Jeopardy

By Jessica Farley

ETEC 546

Assignment 3


American revolution

American Revolution


Politics for 100

Politics for $100

  • This document signed in 1763 by King George III of England prohibited any English settlement west of the Appalachian Mts.


Politics for 1001

Politics for $100

  • Answer: What was the Proclamation of 1763?


Politics for 200

Politics for $200

  • This official document was approved and officially adopted in Philadelphia by the Continental Congress in 1776.


Politics for 2001

Politics for $200

  • Answer: What was the Declaration of Independence?


Politics for 300

Politics for $300

  • This man was considered the Commander in Chief of the Continental Army.


Politics for 3001

Politics for $300

  • Answer: Who was George Washington?


Politics for 400

Politics for $400

  • This military department was born on October 13, 1775.


Politics for 4001

Politics for $400

  • Answer: What was the United States Navy?


Politics for 500

Politics for $500

  • This underground organization opposed the Stamp Act and used violence and intimidation to force all of the British stamp agents to resign.


Politics for 5001

Politics for $500

  • Answer: Who were the Sons of Liberty?


Act now for 100

“Act” Now for $100

  • This act forbade the import of foreign rum and French wines.


Act now for 1001

“Act” Now for $100

  • Answer: What was the Sugar Act?


Act now for 200

“Act” Now for $200

  • This act prohibited the colonists from issuing any legal tender paper money.


Act now for 2001

“Act” Now for $200

  • Answer: What was the Currency Act?


Act now for 300

“Act” Now for $300

  • This act maintains a three penny per pound import tax on a particular beverage arriving in the colonies.


Act now for 3001

“Act” Now for $300

  • Answer: What was the Tea Act of 1773?


Act now for 400

“Act” Now for $400

  • This act required colonists to house British troops and supply them with food.


Act now for 4001

“Act” Now for $400

  • Answer: What was the Quartering Act?


Act now for 500

“Act” Now for $500

  • In 1765, this Act was passed by the English Parliament imposing the first direct tax on the American Colonies.


Act now for 5001

“Act” Now for $500

  • Answer: What was the Stamp Act?


Conflict for 100

Conflict for $100

  • This title was given to an event in which a mob harassed British soldiers and fired their muskets into the crown, killing three people instantly.


Conflict for 1001

Conflict for $100

  • Answer: What was the Boston Massacre?


Conflict for 200

Conflict for $200

  • This battle had General Thomas Gage ordering to destroy the rebel’s military at Concord.


Conflict for 2001

Conflict for $200

  • Answer: What was the Battle of Lexington and Concord?


Conflict for 300

Conflict for $300

  • This battle between the Americans and the British began with the Americans marching from Cambridge to Charlestown in 1775 and ending on Breeds Hill.


Conflict for 3001

Conflict for $300

  • Answer: What was the Battle of Bunker Hill?


Conflict for 400

Conflict for $400

  • This battle occurred after the Battle of Trenton and had Britain's General Cornwallis marching along the Delaware to counterattack Washington’s troops and retake Trenton.


Conflict for 4001

Conflict for $400

  • Answer: What was the Battle of Princeton?


Conflict for 500

Conflict for $500

  • These battles permanently ended the British hopes of dividing the colonies along the Hudson River.


Conflict for 5001

Conflict for $500

  • Answer: What were the Battles of Saratoga?


Music for 100

Music for $100

  • “My eyes have seen the glory of the coming of Lord…”


Music for 1001

Music for $100

  • Answer: What is the Battle Hymn of the Republic?


Music for 200

Music for $200

  • “O’re the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming..”


Music for 2001

Music for $200

  • Answer: What is the Star Spangled Banner?


Music for 300

Music for $300

  • This song was a parody proclaiming the colonials as country bumpkins.


Music for 3001

Music for $300

  • Answer: What was Yankee Doodle?


Music for 400

Music for $400

This song was played on drums and fifes for George Washington,

But is being played on this instrument.


Music for 4001

Music for $400

  • Answer: What is the piano?


Music for 500

Music for $500

  • This song, written by Katherine Lee Bates, was not written until much later, 1893, but has a lot of historical importance in America.


Music for 5001

Music for $500

  • Answer: What is “America the Beautiful”?


Quotes for 100

Quotes for $100

  • He said “These are the times that try men’s souls.”


Quotes for 1001

Quotes for $100

  • Answer: Who is Thomas Paine?


Quotes for 200

Quotes for $200

  • “..but as for me, give me liberty or give me death.”


Quotes for 2001

Quotes for $200

  • Answer: Who was Patrick Henry?


Quotes for 300

Quotes for $300

  • “We hold these truths to be self-evident – that all men are created equal.”


Quotes for 3001

Quotes for $300

  • Answer: Who was Thomas Jefferson?


Quotes for 400

Quotes for $400

  • “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.”


Quotes for 4001

Quotes for $400

  • Answer: Who was Nathan Hale?


Quotes for 500

Quotes for $500

  • “There never was a good war or a bad peace.”


Quotes for 5001

Quotes for $500

  • Answer: Who was Benjamin Franklin?


Act now for 1002

“Act” Now for $100

  • In 1765, this Act was passed by the English Parliament imposing the first direct tax on the American Colonies.


Act now for 1003

“Act” Now for $100

  • Answer: What was the Stamp Act?


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