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“ War”time : 200. 1775 to 1783, Patriots fought for Independence from Great Britain. What is the Revolutionary War?. Back. “ War”time : 400. The results of this conflict gave Great Britain control of North America. What is the French and Indian War?. Back. “ War”time : 600.

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War time 200

“War”time: 200

  • 1775 to 1783, Patriots fought for Independence from Great Britain.

  • What is the Revolutionary War?

Back


War time 400

“War”time: 400

  • The results of this conflict gave Great Britain control of North America.

  • What is the French and Indian War?

Back


War time 600

“War”time: 600

  • Metacomet, son of Massasoit, waged war on New Englanders in the 1670’s

  • What is King Philips War?

Back


War time 800

“War”time: 800

  • This conflict is also known as the “War of Jenkin’s Ear”

  • What is King George’s War?

Back


War time 1000

“War”time: 1000

  • The result of this 1702 war gave Great Britain present day Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and the Hudson Bay area from France.

  • What is Queen Anne’s War?

Back


The lady doth protest too much 200

The Lady Doth Protest Too Much: 200

  • A form of protest where goods and services are not purchased from particular vendors.

  • What is boycott?

Back


The lady doth protest too much 400

The Lady Doth Protest Too Much: 400

  • The use of stories or images designed to support a particular point of view.

  • What is propaganda?

Back


The lady doth protest too much 600

The Lady Doth Protest Too Much: 600

  • An act of violence in which hot material and poultry pieces are used to shame and embarrass wrong-doers.

  • What is to tar and feather?

Back


The lady doth protest too much 800

The Lady Doth Protest Too Much: 800

  • The largest destruction of private property happened in the middle of the night perpetrated by faux Native Americans

  • What is the Boston Tea Party?

Back


The lady doth protest too much 1000

The Lady Doth Protest Too Much: 1000

  • A list of persons who are disapproved of or are to be punished or boycotted

  • What is blacklist?

Back


Propaganda 200

Propaganda: 200

  • The famous woodcut of this incident sparked controversy and anger amongst colonists.

  • What is the Boston Massacre?

Back


Propaganda 400

Propaganda: 400

  • The two choice slogan of the Sons of Liberty and later the American Revolution itself.

  • What is “Join or Die”?

Back


Propaganda 600

Propaganda: 600

  • Beware: a famous flag that still exists in New England cautions this

  • What is “Don’t Tread on Me”

Back


Propaganda 800

Propaganda: 800

  • Group of vigilante Patriots fed up with British taxation

  • Who are the Sons of Liberty?

Back


Propaganda 1000

Propaganda: 1000

  • This man made a famous woodcut and will later be immortalized in a poem about his job as a lookout for British troops.

  • Who is Paul Revere?

Back


John or samuel 200

John or Samuel: 200

  • Lawyer

  • Who is John Adams?

Back


John or samuel 400

John or Samuel: 400

  • Married to Abigail Adams

  • Who is John Adams?

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John or samuel 600

John or Samuel: 600

  • Leader of the Sons of Liberty

  • Who is Samuel Adams?

Back


John or samuel 800

John or Samuel: 800

  • Uses logical, reasoning and the law to deal with taxation from the British

  • Who is John Adams?

Back


John or samuel 1000

John or Samuel: 1000

  • Uses passion, violence and persuasion to fight British taxation.

  • Who is Samuel Adams?

Back


Act ing 200

“Act”ing: 200

  • A tax on paper, playing cards and legal documents.

  • What is the Stamp Act?

Back


Act ing 400

“Act”ing: 400

  • A tax on a very important and common afternoon beverage.

  • What is the Tea Act?

Back


Act ing 600

“Act”ing: 600

  • Allowed soldiers room and board in colonist’s homes and buildings

  • What is the Quartering Act?

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Topic 5 800

Topic 5: 800

  • A thick tax on this important ingredient in rum.

  • What is the Molasses Act?

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Act ing 1000

“Act”ing: 1000

  • Taxes levied on the colonists after the Boston Tea Party

  • What are the Intolerable (Coercive) Acts?

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Bonus question

Bonus Question

  • Benjamin Franklin modeled this after the Iroquois League in New York: the proposal was never passed.

  • What is the Albany Plan of Union?

Back


Daily double

Daily Double

The Winner Of The Last Round

Write Down How Much Money

You Are Willing To Risk

If You get the Question write you win that money

If you get it wrong you Loss the money!


Daily double1

Daily Double

The Winner Of The Last Round

Write Down How Much Money

You Are Willing To Risk

If You get the Question write you win that money

If you get it wrong you Loss the money!


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