Section 3- Wars for empires

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Question 1

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What law was not really enforced by the british because of their statutory neglect?
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  • Tea acts- where the british taxed tea
  • Navigation acts- made it illegal for colonists to trade with anyone but Britain
  • Stamp acts- Where the british taxed paper goods
  • Quebec act- Where the British took off some regulation for their new French colonists

Question 2

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Label each war with their European name King Williams war AKA [blank_start]War of the grand Alliance[blank_end] Queen Annes war AKA [blank_start]War of Spanish succession[blank_end] King Georges war AKA [blank_start]War of Austrian succession[blank_end] French and Indian war AKA [blank_start]7 years war[blank_end]
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  • War of the grand Alliance
  • War of Spanish succession
  • War of Austrian succession
  • 7 years war

Question 3

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Check the 2 factors of King Williams war.
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  • In Europe it was called the War of the grand alliance
  • It started in the colonies
  • It started because the protestant war in England angered France

Question 4

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Queen Annes war (aka: War of [blank_start]spanish[blank_end] succession) was started because the monarch of [blank_start]Spain[blank_end] died and King [blank_start]Louie XIV[blank_end] believed his grandson deserved the spanish throne. [blank_start]England[blank_end] didn't like it.
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  • Spanish
  • English
  • French
  • Spain
  • France
  • England
  • Louie XIV
  • James the third
  • George
  • Austrian

Question 5

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After each of the wars for empires, the status for the British colonies were allways [blank_start]Status Quo Ante bellum[blank_end]- meaning they wanted to leave things the way they were before the war.
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  • Status Quo: Ante bellum
  • Status Quo: Post bellium
  • Status Quo: Nequam
  • Status Quo: Tulit bellium

Question 6

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Is it true that after the war when the british left everything in the colonies to be Ante Bellum, the colonists were offended.
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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Each war pushed Britain further and further into debt.
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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The French and Indian war (AKA the 7 years war) was the only war that started in the colonies and spread to the rest of Europe.
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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A Militia is comprised of part time soldiers
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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[blank_start]Robert Dwindle[blank_end] was the creator of the [blank_start]Ohio[blank_end] river company. He wanted to control the river but a [blank_start]French[blank_end] fort occupied it. [blank_start]Dwindle[blank_end] goes to the commander of the Virginia minutemen (Washington) and asks them to make the French leave. To intimidate the French the militia built [blank_start]Ft. Necessity[blank_end].
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  • Robert Dwindle
  • Ohio
  • French
  • British
  • Indian
  • Dwindle
  • Pitt
  • William Pitt
  • Ft. Necessity
  • Ft. Duquense
  • Ft. Sumpter

Question 11

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What started the French and Indian war?
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  • The French slaughter of the Indians.
  • Indian aggression towards the colonies.
  • The sack of Ft. Necessity & capture of Washington.
  • The capture of the French fort on the Ohio.

Question 12

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The Indians that sided with the militia slaughtered the French. Is it true that the Indians were imprisoned for their acts?
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  • True
  • False

Question 13

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The Albany plan- a plan Franklin wrote to ask for help from other colonies- was accepted.
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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The beginning of the war embarrassed the English so they sent a general and 2000 other soilders over to teach the colonists... What happened?
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  • They failed, the general was killed & power fell to Washington who retreated.
  • They succeeded, but the general was killed & power fell to Washington who stayed and fought.
  • They failed, the militia was beat down and the British retreated.
  • They succeeded, the Washington was killed & the general retreated after the battle.

Question 15

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[blank_start]William Pitt the elder[blank_end] puts together a fund to get money for soldiers and [blank_start]military[blank_end]. He sends [blank_start]James Wolfe[blank_end] who was killed in [blank_start]Quebec[blank_end] and [blank_start]Jeffery Amherst[blank_end] who fought the French in Quebec.
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  • William Pitt the elder
  • military
  • weapons
  • James Wolfe
  • Quebec
  • Montreal
  • Jeffery Amherst

Question 16

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The war ended in 1763, what were the effects of it? (3 answers)
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  • Treaty of Paris signed
  • Britain got more American land
  • Colonists were forbidden from crossing the Application Mountains
  • British regulated which colonies could have a militia
  • Americans gained control over the Ohio river

Question 17

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What happens when the Colonists cross the Appellations?
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  • Boston massacre- 7 people (who deserved to get shot) get shot in Boston
  • Pontiacs rebellion- An Indian uprising to take British land.
  • The Enlightenment- Colonists gain enlightened philosophy
  • The constitutional congress takes place- A congress of Whigs came together to solve issues about British mistreatment of the colonies.

Question 18

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After the rebellion what did King George3 do? (3 answers)
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  • Wanted more closely governed colonies
  • Needed colonists to help pay Englands war debts
  • Enforced navigation acts (which has been neglected)
  • Wrote the "Declaration of rights & Grievances"
  • Sent help to help colonist defend themselves from Pontiacs rebellion

Question 19

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Which 4 acts were in the Greenville plan?
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  • Revenue acts- Series of laws that put a variety of taxes on consumable items
  • Currency acts- limited colonies to use British currency
  • Stamp act- tax on paper
  • Quartering act- Colonists had to provide food and shelter for redcoats
  • Tea act- A tax on tea
  • Townshend act- Endorse indirect taxes

Question 20

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The Townshend act was very successful
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  • True
  • False

Question 21

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What was the difference between Tories and Whigs?
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  • They are the same.
  • Tories were loyal to the crown while Whigs weren't.
  • Whigs were loyal to the crown while Tories weren't.

Question 22

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What acts did King George3 pass after the Boston Tea party?
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  • Cohersive acts
  • Tea act
  • Grenville acts
  • Quartering act

Question 23

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The Intolerable acts were the 4 cohersive acts and the Quebec act.
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  • True
  • False

Question 24

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What are some of the facts about the First continental congress? (3 answers)
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  • All colonies showed up
  • Every state except Georgia showed up
  • They passed the Suffolk resolve to boycott British goods
  • General Thomas Gage offered assistance
  • They wrote the deceleration of rights and greviances

Question 25

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The Deceleration of [blank_start]Rights and Grievances[blank_end] was written during the first continental congress, it listed out the rights [blank_start]Englishmen[blank_end] should have because the colonists considered themselves to be [blank_start]English[blank_end] citizens. They were inspired by the [blank_start]enlightenment[blank_end].
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  • Rights and Grievances
  • Independence
  • Englishmen
  • Americans
  • Colonists
  • English
  • American
  • Enlightenment
  • French revolution
  • First Great Awakening
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