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Unit 2 Review Game. REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Things to remember for the test. 1. Review the BIG SIX dates 2. The colonists called the Coercive Acts the Intolerable Acts Coercive means: using force or threat

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Unit 2 review game

Unit 2 Review Game

REVOLUTIONARY WAR


Things to remember for the test
Things to remember for the test.

  • 1. Review the BIG SIXdates

  • 2. The colonists called the Coercive Actsthe Intolerable Acts

  • Coercive means: using force or threat

  • 3. The Battle of Lexington and Concord made an impact around the world because the rest of the world wanted to see if the colonists could do it.

  • 4. Paul Revere was not the only night rider! Don’t forget William Prescott and William Dawes.


Question 1 3 points
Question 1 3 Points


3 points
3 points

  • B Deigned the rights of citizens that lived in England


Question 2 1 point
Question 2 1 POINT


1 point
1 POINT

  • J. Unrestricted search of ships


Question 3 3 points
Question 3 3 POINTS


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3 POINTS

  • C. Recruit and train local militia


Question 4 3 points
Question 4 3 POINTS



Question 5 1 point
Question 5 1 POINT


Question 5 2 points
Question 5 2 POINTS


1 point1
1 POINT

  • LOYALISTS


Question 6 1 point
Question 6 1 POINT


1 point2
1 POINT

  • C. Organized boycotts of British goods.


Question 7 1 point
Question 7 1 POINT


1 point3
1 POINT

  • B. Increase in taxes colonists had to pay


Question 8 2 points
Question 8 2 POINTS


2 points
2 POINTS

  • D. A deeper divide between loyalists and patriots.


Question 9 1 point
Question 9 1 POINT


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1 POINT

  • A. Thomas Jefferson


Question 10 3 points
Question 10 3 POINTS


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3 POINTS

  • D. Colonists became allies with France


Question 11 3 points
Question 11 3 POINTS


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3 POINTS

  • C. Naval victories


Question 12 2 points
Question 12 2 POINTS


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2 POINTS

  • D. unalienable rights


Question 13 2 points
Question 13 2 POINTS


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2 points

  • D. Their actions supported American independence.


Question 14 3 points
Question 14 3 POINTS


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3 POINTS

  • A. colonists declare independence



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3 POINTS

  • D. Professionalism and unification


Question 16 3 points
Question 16 3 POINTS


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3 POINTS

  • A. mercantilism


Question 17 4 points
Question 17 4 POINTS


4 points
4 POINTS

  • B. convinced colonists who were undecided to support independence


Question 18 2 points
Question 18 2 Points

  • What was the British name for the Intolerable Acts?

  • A. Cruel Acts

  • B. Coercive Acts

  • C. Tea Acts

  • D. Townshend Acts


Answer to 18
Answer to #18

  • B. Coercive Acts

  • 2 POINTS


Question 19 2 points
Question 19 2 POINTS

  • In addition to Paul Revere and William Dawes, who was the third night rider that rallied the minute men?

  • A. Wentworth Cheswell

  • B. John Adams

  • C. George Washington

  • D. Sam Prescott


Answer to 19 2 points
Answer to #19 2 Points

  • A. Wentworth Cheswell


Question 20 4 points
Question 20 4 Points

  • Why was the Lexington Concord Battle referred to the shot heard around the world?

  • A. Because the gun was really loud

  • B. The rest of the world wanted to see what the colonists would and could do.

  • C. No one knows who shot first

  • D. Because it was such a bloody fight.


20 4 points
#20 4 Points

  • B. The rest of the world wanted to see what the colonists would and could do.


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