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Chapter 5 Quiz 2 review. What “world war” brought an end to French power in the New World? French and Indian war King George’s War King William’s War Queen Anne’s War. French and Indian war. What event sparked the French and Indian War?

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Chapter 5 Quiz 2 review


  • What “world war” brought an end to French power in the New World?

    • French and Indian war

    • King George’s War

    • King William’s War

    • Queen Anne’s War


  • French and Indian war


  • What event sparked the French and Indian War?

    • A force commanded by George Washington clashed with the French near the forks of the Ohio River

    • The colonists called the Albany Congress

    • The British attacked Quebec

    • The French refused to honor the Treaty of Utrecht


  • A force commanded by George Washington clashed with the French near the forks of the Ohio River


  • What advantage did the French have over the British throughout the French and Indian War?

    • Stronger Indian allies

    • Larger population in North America

    • Better fleet

    • Popular support for the war


  • Stronger Indian allies


  • What was Britain’s chief disadvantage during the French and Indian War?

    • Lack of money

    • Lack of sufficient ships

    • Poorly trained soldiers

    • Lack of colonial unity


  • Lack of colonial unity


  • Why was Franklin’s Albany Plan a failure?

    • The colonists were suspicious of Franklin.

    • The colonists feared centralized government.

    • Not enough delegates showed up at the Albany Congress.

    • The King outlawed the Albany Congress.


  • The colonists feared centralized government.


  • Who were the Acadians?

    • Indians who allied with the British

    • Indians who joined Pontiac against the British

    • Canadians who joined the French Army

    • French settlers who were forcibly removed from Nova Scotia


  • French settlers who were forcibly removed from Nova Scotia


  • The British three-part plan to win the Seven Years’ War included all of the following except to

    • Leave fighting in Europe to its ally, Prussia

    • Leave fighting in America to the colonists

    • Use its fleet to isolate the French colonies

    • Replace old, incompetent commanders


  • Leave fighting in America to the colonists


  • the key campaign of the French and Indian War was the capture of

    • Fort Duquesne

    • Louisburg

    • Montreal

    • Quebec


  • Quebec


  • Why was the Battle of the Plains of Abraham important

    • The American colonists proved their military skills

    • The British capture the French Canadian capital

    • The French stopped the British invasion of Canada

    • Pontiac’s rebellion was crushed


  • The British capture the French Canadian capital


  • What peace treaty brought an end to the French and Indian War?

    • Albany Congress

    • Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle

    • Treaty of Paris

    • Treaty of Utrecht


  • Treaty of Paris


  • One of the major reasons that the colonies were taxed after the French and Indian war was that the British

    • Wanted to punish the colonies for failing to help during the war

    • Wanted the colonies to rebel

    • Needed money to pay for the war

    • Wanted to ruin the colonial economy


  • Needed money to pay for the war


  • What important fort did the French build on the Ohio River at the outset of the French and Indian War?


  • Fort Duquesne


  • What colonial Congress attempted unsuccessfully to unite the colonies during the French and Indian War?


  • Albany Congress


  • A) Edward Braddock

  • B) George III

  • C) Louis XIV

  • D) Marquis de Montcalm

  • E) Pontiac

  • F) James Wolfe

  • G) Benjamin Franklin

  • H) William Pitt

  • I) George Washington

  • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ British Commander who was badly defeated by French Forces


    • A) Edward Braddock


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ talented French leader during the French and Indian War


    • D) Marquis de Montcalm


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ talented British general who died capturing Quebec


    • F) James Wolfe


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ British king who antagonized the colonists


    • B) George III


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ Indian chief whose confederacy devastated the frontier


    • E) Pontiac


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ colonial commander who fought the first skirmish of the French and Indian War


    • I) George Washington


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ proposal to unite the colonies against France


    • G) Benjamin Franklin


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ Prime minister of Great Britain who won the Seven Years’ War


    • H) William Pitt


    • A) Edward Braddock

    • B) George III

    • C) Louis XIV

    • D) Marquis de Montcalm

    • E) Pontiac

    • F) James Wolfe

    • G) Benjamin Franklin

    • H) William Pitt

    • I) George Washington

    • J) guerilla warfare

  • ___ surprise attack by a small, hidden group


    • J) guerilla warfare


    • T/F The frontier fighting between the French and British followed a strict European code of honor.


    • False


    •  T/F The British army proved its value to the colonists by soundly defeating Pontiac.


    • False


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