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  1. Welcome to Jeopardy!

  2. FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2 Team One Team Two

  3. Boston Brits ACT up Colonist React Important People Vocab Wild Card Round 2 Final Jeopardy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  4. $100 A famous protest by the Sons of Liberty against the Tea Act

  5. $100 What is the Boston Tea Party? Scores

  6. $200 Parliament’s response to the Boston Tea Party.

  7. $200 What are the Intolerable Acts? Scores

  8. $300 The shooting of 5 unarmed colonists by British soldiers.

  9. $300 What is the Boston Massacre? Scores

  10. $400 He was an African American sailor killed in the Boston Massacre.

  11. $400 Who was Crispus Attucks? Scores

  12. $500 He drew the famous picture of the Boston Massacre which made the British look like murderers .

  13. $500 Who was Paul Revere? Scores

  14. $100 This Act placed a tax on all paper products, including all legal documents.

  15. $100 What is the Stamp Act? Scores

  16. $200 This Act taxed glass, paper,silk, lead, and tea.

  17. $200 What is the Townshend Act? Scores

  18. $300 This Act limited town meetings to one a year, shut down Boston Harbor, and forced colonists to house even more British soldiers.

  19. $300 What are the Intolerable Acts? Scores

  20. Daily Double

  21. $400 This Act required Colonists to pay for housing British soldiers.

  22. $400 What is the Quartering Act? Scores

  23. $500 This law forbade colonists to move west of the Appalachian Mountains in order to avoid further war with Native Americans.

  24. $500 What was the Proclamation of 1763? Scores

  25. $100 This protest group liked to tar and feather tax collectors.

  26. $100 Who were the Sons of Liberty? Scores

  27. $200 Members that belonged to this group passed resolutions stating that only colonists had the right to place a tax on the colonies.

  28. $200 What was the House of Burgesses? Scores

  29. $300 This group encouraged colonists to make their own goods at home rather than buy goods imported from Britain.

  30. $300 Who were the Daughters of Liberty? Scores

  31. $400 This protest Group was made up of delegates from 9 colonies who wrote a petition to King George III and Parliament.

  32. $400 Who was the Stamp Act Congress? Scores

  33. $500 This group signed the Non-Importation Agreements pledging not to trade with Britain.

  34. $500 Who were the Colonial Merchants? Scores

  35. $100 He was the King of England during the American Revolution

  36. $100 Who was King George III? Scores

  37. $200 This famous patriot started the Sons of Liberty.

  38. $200 Who is Sam Adams? Scores

  39. $300 He is a famous member of the House of Burgesses who said “Give me liberty or give me death.”

  40. $300 Who is Patrick Henry? Scores

  41. $400 He was a young, colonial soldier who fought in the French and Indian War, who advised General “Bull Dog” Braddock not to attack Fort Duquesne

  42. $400 Who was George Washington? Scores

  43. $500 He defended Captain Preston and the British Soldiers in their trial following the Boston Massacre.

  44. $500 Who was John Adams? Scores

  45. $100 To refuse to buy goods.

  46. $100 What is a boycott? Scores

  47. $200 A small army of citizens.

  48. $200 What is a militia? Scores

  49. $300 To cancel

  50. $300 What does it mean to repeal? Scores