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8 th Grade U.S. History Chapter 5

8 th Grade U.S. History Chapter 5

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  1. 8th Grade U.S. History Chapter 5

  2. #1 Forbade settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains Stamp Act Proclamation of 1763 A: B: Intolerable Acts Quebec Acts C: D:

  3. B. Proclamation of 1763

  4. #2 Imposed duties on legal documents Quebec Act Intolerable Acts A: B: Proclamation of 1763 Stamp Act C: D:

  5. D. Stamp Act

  6. #3 Taxed goods such as paper, paint, glass, and lead Townshend Acts Intolerable Acts A: B: Stamp Act Proclamation of 1763 C: D:

  7. C. Townshend Acts

  8. #4 Retaliated for the Boston Tea Party Proclamation of 1763 Intolerable Acts A: B: Quebec Act Stamp Act C: D:

  9. B. Intolerable Acts

  10. #5 Established protection for rights of French Catholics Quebec Act Townshend Acts A: B: Proclamation of 1763 Stamp Act C: D:

  11. A. Quebec Act

  12. #6 Reason for British-French conflict in the Ohio Valley French attacked English colonies English built forts along the Ohio River A: B: French wanted to stop British westward expansion Pontiac asked for French help in fighting British C: D:

  13. C. French wanted to stop British westward expansion

  14. #7 What best describes conditions in 1750 North America? Both French and English sought Native American allies French troops took over New England A: B: British controlled both the East Coast and the Ohio River Valley French fought against the Native Americans C: D:

  15. A. Both French and English sought Native American allies

  16. #8 One way Britain punished colonists after the Tea Party Parliament limited rights to call town meetings Parliament outlawed colonial militias A: B: Parliament imposed new taxes on glass, paper and paint British troops hung Sam Adams and his followers C: D:

  17. A. Parliament limited rights to call town meetings

  18. #9 How were British troops able to surprise the French at Quebec? • By climbing city walls before dawn By climbing a steep cliff at night? A: B: By climbing the French Alps By rowing into the city’s seaport C: D:

  19. B. By climbing a steep cliff at night

  20. #10 Which contributed to early British defeats in the French and Indian War? Inexperienced military leadership French alliance with the Iroquois A: B: Failure to form any Native American alliances Too many generals in charge C: D:

  21. A. Inexperienced military leadership

  22. #11 Which new colonial leaders emerged as tensions with Britain grew? Samuel Adams, John Adams, George Grenville John Adams, Charles Townshend, Patrick Henry A: B: Patrick Henry, George Grenville, Charles Townshend Samuel Adams, John Adams, Patrick Henry C: D:

  23. D. Samuel Adams, John Adams, Patrick Henry

  24. #12 Why did Parliament raise taxes in the colonies after 1763? Colonists were ignoring the Proclamation Line Colonists should help pay for the French & Indian War A: B: Colonists should be punished for protesting taxes British were building up their war machine C: D:

  25. A. Colonists should help pay for the French & Indian War

  26. #13 Why did fighting break out at Lexington and Concord in April 1775? British troops tried to seize colonists’ weapons Minutemen attacked a British fort A: B: French and Indian troops attacked the British British troops tried to break up a meeting at the Old North Church C: D:

  27. B. British troops tried to seize colonists’ weapons

  28. #14 What was the historical significance of the Battles of Lexington and Concord?. Britain gave up any attempt to keep its colonies Colonists gave up resisting to British authority A: B: The battles started the American Revolution The battles led to the Proclamation of 1763 C: D:

  29. C. The battles started the American Revolution

  30. #15 In 1750, which country posed the most serious threat to the British colonies in North America? France Spain A: B: Holland Portugal C: D:

  31. A. France

  32. #16 What value did the Ohio River Valley have for France? It linked French settlements in Canada and along the Mississippi River It linked French settlements in Canada and Florida A: B: It linked French settlements in Canada and Louisiana It linked New France and the Atlantic Ocean C: D:

  33. A. It linked French settlements in Canada and along the Mississippi River

  34. #17 Two women who organized colonial resistance through their writings Molly Brant & Mercy Otis Warren Mercy Otis Warren & Abigail Adams A: B: Molly Brant & Abigail Adams Molly Brant & Mercy Otis Adams C: D:

  35. B. Mercy Otis Warren & Abigail Adams

  36. #18 Britain did NOT punish the colonists in this way after the Boston Tea Party. British soldiers were housed in colonists’ homes Parliament passed the Tea Act A: B: Parliament passed the Intolerable Acts Parliament shut down the port of Boston C: D:

  37. B. Parliament passed the Tea Act

  38. #19 What led to the fall of New France in the French & Indian War? French failure to capture Fort Pitt in Canada French loss of islands in the West Indies A: B: British capture of Quebec British capture of the West Indies C: D:

  39. C. British capture of Quebec

  40. #20 What happened when British troops tried to seize colonists’ weapons in Concord? The colonial militia drove the troops back to Boston. The colonial militia gave up its weapons. A: B: The colonists sent a new petition to the king. C: D: Parliament passed the Intolerable Acts.

  41. A. The colonial militia drove the troops back to Boston.

  42. #21 What was William Pitt’s strategy for winning Britain’s war with France? To use Britain’s best generals in North America To adopt the Albany Plan of Union A: B: To focus on victories in Europe and Asia C: D: All of these above

  43. B. To use Britain’s best generals in North America

  44. #22 What was the purpose of the Proclamation of 1763? To avoid conflicts with Native Americans in the Ohio Valley To prevent the smuggling of molasses into the British colonies A: B: To avoid conflicts with French traders in the Ohio Valley To avoid conflicts with the Spanish in the West Indies C: D:

  45. A. To avoid conflicts with Native Americans in the Ohio Valley

  46. #23 Where did the first battles of the American Revolution take place? New York and Philadelphia Boston and Quebec A: B: Boston and Ohio River Valley Lexington and Concord C: D:

  47. C. Lexington and Concord

  48. #24 What was the purpose of the Proclamation Line of 1763? To protect French lands To protect Native American lands A: B: To collect fines from settlers who crossed the line To increase British Power in the colonies C: D:

  49. A. To protect Native American lands

  50. #25 Where did the heaviest fighting between Pontiac’s forces and the British occur? Near Hudson Bay In the Missouri River valley A: B: In the Red River valley In the Ohio River valley C: D: