Paul Revere and the Thirteen colonies. Review. What is an immigrant?. A. A person who stays in one place. B. A person who lives in a country. C. A person who moved to a new country. D. A type of animal. Where did colonist immigrate from?. A. Australia B. England C. Georgia D. Europe.
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A. A person who stays in one place.
B. A person who lives in a country.
C. A person who moved to a new country.
D. A type of animal.
A. Prisoners were forced to live in the colonies.
B. People wanted to find jobs and land.
C. People wanted to live the same life they lived in England.
D. People wanted religious freedom.
B. something you pay at grocery stores.
D. a fee citizens and others pay to local, state, or national government.
A. They traded with others.
B. They stole the goods.
C. They just didn’t purchase anything.
D. They always had to pay the taxes.
A. The colonist all sat down for tea.
B. King George came over for tea with the colonist.
C. This is not a real part of history.
D. The Sons of Liberty dumped hundreds of pounds of tea into the harbor to protest the tea tax.
A. He passed the intolerable acts, which shut down Boston Harbor.
B. He gave up and allowed the colonist to be free.
C. He thought the tea party was fun and they should have another one.
D. He did nothing.
B. South Carolina
D. New York
A. He yelled.
B. He hung lanterns in the North Church Tower.
C. He sent a note.
D. He hung signs.