Dec 17, 2015

Walk through the American Revolution

26 cards
, 113 answers
  • Pre-war Events
    • Taxes are placed on books, newspapers, and legal papers.
      • Boston Tea Party
      • Declaratory Act
      • Paul Revere
      • Stamp Act
      • The Gaspée
      • Boston Massacre
      • Quartering Act
      • Proclamation of 1763

    • I warned local people about a British invasion from Boston and shouted, “The Regulars are out!”
      • Boston Tea Party
      • Stamp Act
      • Proclamation of 1763
      • Paul Revere
      • Quartering Act
      • Boston Massacre
      • Declaratory Act
      • The Gaspée

    • Patriots dress as Indians and sneak aboard 3 British ships.
      • Boston Tea Party
      • Boston Massacre
      • Quartering Act
      • Stamp Act
      • Proclamation of 1763
      • Declaratory Act
      • Paul Revere
      • The Gaspée

    • Colonists are told not to move west into Indian Territory.
      • Quartering Act
      • Proclamation of 1763
      • Boston Massacre
      • The Gaspée
      • Declaratory Act
      • Stamp Act
      • Paul Revere
      • Boston Tea Party

    • Colonists are instructed to house British troops in their homes.
      • Paul Revere
      • Quartering Act
      • The Gaspée
      • Boston Massacre
      • Declaratory Act
      • Stamp Act
      • Proclamation of 1763
      • Boston Tea Party

    • The Battle of Concord was called  . . . 
      the “shot heard around the world”
      .
      • the “shot heard around the world”
      • the “shot around the world”
      • the “gunshot heard around the world”

    • The British ship that crashed offshore and was burned by colonists.
      • Declaratory Act
      • Paul Revere
      • Stamp Act
      • Proclamation of 1763
      • Quartering Act
      • The Gaspée
      • Boston Tea Party
      • Boston Massacre

    • Parliament announces that they are in charge of the Colonies.
      • Boston Massacre
      • Boston Tea Party
      • Proclamation of 1763
      • Stamp Act
      • The Gaspée
      • Declaratory Act
      • Quartering Act
      • Paul Revere

    • A riot on March 5, 1770, which killed 5 people and wounded 6 others.
      • Declaratory Act
      • Proclamation of 1763
      • The Gaspée
      • Stamp Act
      • Paul Revere
      • Boston Massacre
      • Boston Tea Party
      • Quartering Act

  • Declaration of Independence
      • “That they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable (obligations, rights), that among these are life, (liberty, freedom), and the pursuit of (prosperity, happiness).”



    • What does the word “alter” mean?
      • form
      • change
      • desert

    • I was the president of the Second Continental Congress:
      • Samuel Adams
      • John Adams
      • John Hancock

    • What does the word “abolish” mean?
      • prevent
      • enforce
      • put an end to

    • I was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence:
      • Thomas Jefferson
      • John Adams

    • I was the second President of the United States:
      • Thomas Jefferson
      • John Adams

    • I was the oldest signer of the Declaration of Independence:
      • Samuel Adams
      • Benjamin Franklin

  • Famous People and Revolution Events
    • The last major battle of the Revolution was the Battle at  . . . 
      Yorktown
      .
      • Lexington
      • Saratoga
      • Yorktown

    • This man became the most famous American traitor of the American Revolution:
      • Benedict Arnold
      • Horatio Lloyd Gates

    • The turning point of the Revolutionary War was the Battle of  . . . 
      Saratoga
      .
      • Saratoga
      • Lexington
      • Yorktown

    • General Washington and his troops nearly froze to death at  . . . 
      Valley Forge
      .
      • Valley Hope
      • Death Valley
      • Valley Forge

    • The event that officially ended the War on September 3, 1783:
      • The Treaty of Paris
      • The Peace of Paris
      • The Treaty of Versailles

    • Thomas Paine published his booklet titled:
      • Common Goal
      • Common Deed
      • Common Sense

    • This woman helped design the first American flag:
      • Betty Rose
      • Betsy Ross

  • Who said that?
    • “Give me liberty, or give me death!”
      • Samuel Adams
      • Patrick Henry

    • “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.”
      • Paul Revere
      • Nathan Hail

    • “I have not yet begun to fight!”
      • John Paul Jones
      • George Washington

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