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Race #4. 1) The Colonists and British Parliament disagreed over how the colonists should be _______________. governed. 2) Parliament believed it had the right to tax the colonies, while colonists believed they should not be taxed because they had ____ _____________ in Parliament.

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Race #4


1) The Colonists and British Parliament disagreed over how the colonists should be _______________.


governed


2) Parliament believed it had the right to tax the colonies, while colonists believed they should not be taxed because they had ____ _____________ in Parliament.


no representation


3) _________ ____________ provided military leadership by serving as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. He also was the first president of the United States of America.


George Washington


4) _________ __________ provided political leadership by expressing the reasons for colonial independence from Great Britain when he wrote the Declaration of Independence.


Thomas Jefferson


5) ___________ __________ inspired patriots from other colonies when he spoke out against taxation without representation by saying “…give me liberty or give me death.”


Patrick Henry


6) _________ _________ , an enslaved African American from Virginia, served in the Continental Army and successfully requested his freedom after the war.


James Lafayette


7) Virginians who remained loyal to Great Britain were called?


loyalists


8) Virginians who fought in the Continental Army were called?


patriots


9) __________ _________ fought on both sides hoping to be free once the war was over.


African Americans


10) _________ _________ fought alongside the Virginia patriots, while others fought with the British.


American Indians


11) The Battle of _________ ________ was the first land battle of the American Revolution fought in Virginia. The American victory forced the British colonial governor to flee the City of Norfolk.


Great Bridge


12) ________ ________ rode on horseback through the backwoods of Virginia to Charlottesville to warn Thomas Jefferson, then the governor of Virginia, that the British were coming to arrest him and members of the General Assembly.


Jack Jouett


13) The American Victory at ___________ resulted in the surrender of the British army, which led to the end of the war.


Yorktown


14) Who is referred to as the “Father of the Constitution?” He was a Virginian, who believed in the importance of having a United States Constitution. He kept detailed notes during the Constitutional Convention.


James Madison


15) The Virginia Declaration of Rights was written by whom?


George Mason


16) The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom states that all people should be free to worship as they please. Who wrote this document?


Thomas Jefferson


17) What are the three branches of government in Virginia?


Executive branch

Legislative branch

Judicial branch


18) The ___________ ___________ is the legislative branch of the Virginia Government that makes state laws. It is divided into two parts called ________ and _________.


General Assembly

Senate and House of Delegates


19) The ________ heads the executive branch of the state government. The executive branch makes sure that state laws are carried out.


governor


20) The ________ ________ is the state’s court system. This branch decides cases about people accused of breaking the law and whether or not a law agrees with Virginia's Constitution.


Judicial branch


21) After the American Revolution, many Virginians moved ________ and to the deep _____ in search of better farmland and new opportunities.


west and south


19) Settlers crossed the Appalachian Mountains through the ___________ ______ as they migrated to new lands in the west.


Cumberland Gap


22) The economy in the northern part of the United States was more ____________, while in the southern part, it was __________ and relied more on slave labor.


industrialized, agricultural


23) Northern states wanted the new states created out the western territories to be “________ _________,” while the southern states wanted the new states to be “_______ _________.”


free states

slave states


24) _________ __________ led a revolt against plantation owners in Virginia.


Nat Turner


25) _________ __________ supported a secret route that escaped enslaved African Americans took; it became known as the “Underground Railroad.”


Harriet Tubman


26) ________ ________ led a raid on the United States Armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia.


John Brown


27) After Abraham Lincoln was elected president, many southern states ________ from the Union and formed the “Confederate States of America.”


seceded


28) Conflict grew between the eastern and western counties of Virginia that relied on slavery and the western counties that did not favor slavery. This disagreement led to the formation of which state?


West Virginia


29) The ______ _________ ___ ____ ______ was the first major clash of the Civil War.


First Battle of Bull Run


30) ___________ ________ __ ________, defeated Union troops at Fredericksburg, Virginia.


General Robert E. Lee


31) ________ was the capital of the Confederacy.


Richmond


32) Richmond fell to General _____ __ _____ and was burned near the end of the war.


Ulysses S. Grant


33) The Civil War ended at ___________ _______ _______where Confederate general Robert E. Lee surrendered his army to Union general Ulysses S. Grant on April 1865.


Appomattox Court House


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