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Title: Opening Splash


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Jeopardy!
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Battles
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Continentals
Gov.
Plethora
Book Of Acts
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Book Of Acts - 100This Act generated the most
protest in the colonies
C1-100
Stamp Act
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Book Of Acts - 200This was the first British
law intended to raise revenues in the colonies
C1-200
Sugar Act
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Book Of Acts - 300As a result of American
opposition to this Act, British officials sent
regiments of troops to Boston to restore law and
order
C1-300
Townshend Act
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Book Of Acts - 400The most drastic measure of
the these Acts was the Boston Port Act.
C1-400
Intolerable Acts
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Book Of Acts - 500These Acts asserted
Parliaments absolute authority over the American
Colonies
C1-500
Declaratory Acts
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Battles - 100The Revolutionary War began with
fighting in New England then in 1777, 1778,
fighting was concentrated in __________ and the
fighting concluded in __________.
C2-100
the middle colonies, the South
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Battles - 200In late 1776 and early 1777,
George Washington helped restore confidence in
Americas military by defeating the ____ at
Trenton and the ___ at Princeton
C2-200
Hessians British
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Battles - 300The basic strategy of the British
in 1777 was to try to isolate ____
C2-300
New England
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Battles - 400France waited to give open
assistance to America until after the victory at
____ because the French thought the colonists
chances of winning slim before the victory.
C2-400
Saratoga
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Battles - 500He was the leader of the army
that lost the Battle of Yorktown
C2-500
Lord Cornwallis
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US - 100The first to sign the Declaration of
Independence was ____
C3-100
John Hancock
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US - 200A pamphleteer who first organized
committees to exchange ideas and information on
resisting British policy
C3-200
Samuel Adams
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US - 300A Massachusetts politician who opposed
the moderates solution to the imperial crisis at
the First Continental Congress
C3-300
John Adams
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US - 400A radical group that favored liberty
and was influential in staging the Boston Tea
Party
C3-400
Sons of Liberty
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US - 500He was a casualty of the Boston
Massacre. The first Afro-American man killed in
the Revolution.
C3-500
Crispus Attucks
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Continentals - 100As the War for Independence
began, the colonies had the advantage of ______
C4-100
many outstanding civil and military leaders.
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Continentals - 200The resolution that These
United Colonies are, and of right ought to be,
free and independent states... was introduced
into the Second Continental Congress by this
Virginia delegate
C3-200
Richard Henry Lee
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Continentals - 300A firebrand of the
Revolution, he refused to serve as Virginias
representative st the Constitutional Convention
C3-300
Patrick Henry
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Continentals - 400French officer who
ultimately secured Frances assistance for the
Colonials
C3-400
Marquis de Lafayette
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Continentals - 500A major purpose of ___was
toexplain to the rest of the world why the
colonies had revolted
C3-500
Declaration of Independence
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Gov. - 100This called for a complete boycott
of British goods.
C4-100
The First Continental Congress
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Gov. - 200This final initiative by the
Continental Congress professed loyalty to the
British Crown
C4-200
Olive Branch Petition
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Gov. - 300In a ____, power comes from the
people themselves.
C4-300
Republic
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Gov. - 400When the ______ chose George
Washingtons to lead the colonial army was as
largely political matter.
C4-400
Second Continental Congress
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Gov. - 500This in 1783 stipulated the British
to recognize U.S. independence, the boundaries
of the U.S. were from the Atlantic Ocean to the
Mississippi River between the Great Lakes and
Spanish Florida and that Americans cease
persecution of Loyalists
C4-500
Treaty of Paris
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Plethora - 100Hired soldiers that the
Declaration of Independence rails against
C4-100
mercenaries
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Plethora - 200When Parliament passed these,
colonists suspected that it was a trick to get
them to violate their principle of No taxation
without representation.
C4-200
Tea Acts
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Plethora - 300They believed that a countrys
economic wealth could be measured by the amount
of gold and silver in its treasury.
C4-300
Mercantilists
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Plethora - 400As the War for Independence
began, ____ had the advantage ofoverwhelming
national wealth and naval power.
C4-400
Britain
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Plethora - 500These were beneficial to
colonists because they were paid subsidies for
producing ships parts and stores, tobacco
growers were guaranteed a monopoly of the British
market for their crop and colonial trading ships
were protected by the Royal Navy.
C4-500
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