History 4 - The Catholic Faith Comes To The New World, CH11 Review

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  1. Who was the lawyer who declared that the "English Crown had interfered with the sacred right of Virginians to govern themselves?"
    Patrick Henry
  2. Who was the attorney who opposed English searches and declared, "A man's home is his castle"?
    James Otis
  3. Various English ________ irritated the colonists.
    taxes
  4. A drawing of a __________ cut into eight pieces encouraged the colonists to join together to fight against unfair English taxes
    snake
  5. Outrage broke out in the colonies because of the English _______ Act which taxed every newspaper and pamphlet.
    Stamp
  6. The colonies wrote a Declaration of Rights and Grievances which declared that only the colonies have a right to ______ any colonist.
    tax
  7. Colonists did not object to paying taxes, but they objected to being taxed by the English __________.
    Parliament
  8. Taxation without ________ was a popular complaint in the colonies.
    representation
  9. In 1767, the English Parliament passed the _____________ Acts, which taxed four items, one being tea.
    Townshend
  10. The citizens of Boston were so angry and unruly because of the English tax on tea, that English _____________ were sent to restore peace.
    soldiers
  11. On March 5, 1770, Boston citizens threw __________ and ________ that wounded two English soldiers.
    snowballs, rocks
  12. To defend themselves, the English soldiers fired into the crowd of Boston attackers, and killed _______ citizens.
    five
  13. ______________ went to the English governor of Massachusetts and demanded that he withdraw all English soldiers from Boston.
    Samuel Adams
  14. In 1770, the English Prime Minister and King George III cancelled all taxes except the one on _________.
    tea
  15. The colonists in Philadelphia and New York did not allow the English ships to ________.
    dock
  16. The colonists in Charleston, South Carolina, stored tea in the ________ cellars where it would spoil.
    damp
  17. When some Boston men, dressed up like Mohawk Indians, threw the English tea off ships into the water, they called it the ___________.
    Boston Tea Party
  18. King George III passed the ___________ Acts which closed the port of Boston and forbade the people from holding public meetings.
    Interolable
  19. The ____________ Act said that English soldiers could live in public buildings and private homes.
    Quartering
  20. On September 5, 1774, leaders from the colonies met in Philadelphia and composed a ________________ that they sent to King George III.
    list of complaints
  21. The September 5, 1774, meeting is known as the ___________.
    First Continental Congress
  22. Every colony but _______ had someone attend the meeting.
    Georgia
  23. the English king ordered more soldiers to Boston under General _______ .
    Thomas Gage
  24. The colonists began organizing into military units made up of soldiers called ________ .
    minutemen
  25. On April 18, 1775, as the English troops left Boston to arrest Samuel Adams and John Hancock, _____________ and William Dawes warned the colonial militias that "The English are coming!"
    Paul Revere
  26. In the city of _________, the English soldiers fired on the colonists, and the colonial militia fired back.
    Concord

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