1. The Stamp Act said the colonists were supposed to buy a British stamp for __________.
every sheet of newspaper
every playing card
all of the above
2. Who became king of England toward the end of the French and Indian War in 1760?
3. Sam Adams started this group so that the colonists in various colonies could communicate with each other.
Committees of Correspondence
Sons of Revolution
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4. Whose famous speech ended with "give me liberty or give me death"?
5. The Boston Massacre occurred when __________.
British soldiers fired on a crowd of troublemakers
colonists attacked and killed British soldiers
Native Americans were attacked by land-seeking colonists
colonists threw barrels of tea into Boston Harbor
6. The Quartering Act stated that __________.
British forts would be built in American towns
British soldiers would be allowed to build homes in America
the colonists must provide living quarters for British soldiers
the colonists must give a quarter of their money to pay for British soldiers
7. The colonists supported the Stamp Act.TrueFalse
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1) A ... It was on anything that was printed.
5) A ... the british soldiers killed 5 people in the crowd