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This American, a Virginian, was sent by the British to stop the French from building forts near modern day Pittsburgh.
During the War, this colonist traded blankets infected with smallpox virus to the OV Indians; they never recovered.
These were the possessions of the French and the British, respectively, in North America in 1754.
What are French: Quebec & Ontario, US west of Appalachians and past Mississippi; English: 13 colonies
This was the name for the area that the British told the colonists they could not cross; it cut through the Appalachian Mnts.
These are the three kinds of taxes we discussed in class, applied by the British against the colonists at one time or another.
These were the three missions of the British soldiers stationed in the Colonies.
What were protecting tax collectors, enforcing the Proclamation Line, & protecting colonists from indians?
This was the name of the French negotiator of the end of the F & I war who foresaw the colonies’ breaking away from England.
According to Mr. Duffy, this is what the Revolution was really about, and here are three examples of it.
What are loss of real or perceived freedoms & loss of home rule, tax enforcement, quartering of troops, limits on trade, limits on expansion?
This was the location of the first battle of the Revolutionary War.
This American revolutionary was born in the West Indies and rose to become Washington’s trusted aide; he would later be shot in a duel with the VP of the USA.
These are three material disadvantages that the colonists had when compared to the British military.
What is not enough muskets, few cannon, no navy, no uniforms, little training & no bayonets?
These are two key battles of the Revolution; the first concerned the surrender of John Burgoyne’s troops in NY while the second involved General Cornwallis’ surrender.
What were political independence, economic freedom from mercantilism, social advancement of Americans, western migration, and religious separation?
What are three words to remember about the Articles of Confederation?
Who were Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, John Adams, William Sherman, and Robert Livingston?
This was the law passed by the AOC legislature that established the means by which territories could become states.
These are the four compromises in the Constitution that we discussed in class.
What were the Connecticut Compromise, the Electoral College, the makeup of the Supreme Court, and the 3/5 Compromise (or other slave compromises)?
These are the four ways power is distributed between states and the central government, in America.
This was the name of the British General who was killed in 1755 in a French ambush, accelerating the F & I War.
This founding father, a future president, was known as “the father of the constitution.”
What are how a bill becomes a law, how war is declared, how a treaty is approved, how an appointment is made, etc.?
These are three civil liberties protected by the Constitution, with their definitions.
What are ex post facto law (can’t punish something that wasn’t criminal when it happened), bill of attainder (people must have a trial), & habeus corpus (must tell people why arrested)?