Canadian History 11 Quiz: Value = 55pts Adapted Seven Years’ War & American Revolution

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Canadian History 11 Quiz: Value = 55pts Adapted

Seven Years’ War & American Revolution

  1. ________________________________________was when 7000 Acadians were forcibly removed from their homeland and dispersed along the Atlantic coast.

  1. The Great Upheaval B. The Great Uprising C. The Great Failure

  1. _________________________= A system of land distribution in New France that was modeled on the old feudal system.

  1. Sharecropping B. Indentured Servants C. Seigneurial System

  1. __________________________= One of the largest fortresses in the New World that housed as many as 10,000 people. It failed to defend New France. It was defeated in 1758.

  1. Halifax B. Louisbourg C. Beauport

  1. In 1587, Sir Walter Raleigh received Queen Elizabeth’s approval for a plan to start a new colony in Virginia. This became known as the _____________________________.

  1. Lost Colony B. Massachusetts C. Newfoundland

  1. In 1634, King Charles I issued what has been called The Western Charter. It gave control of

A. _________________________to English merchants and their captains and established an unusual form of government for England’s oldest colony in America, which was called_____________________. 2pts

  1. Newfoundland or PEI or Nova Scotia

  2. Democracy or Admirals’ Rule or Dictatorship

  1. When Louisbourg was returned to New France, the English colonists were promised protection from a new English fortress called___________________________.

  1. Halifax B. Louisbourg C. Beauport

  1. Who was the Lieutenant General of the armies on New France during the Seven Years’ War? __________________________

  1. Wolfe B. Montcalm C. Vaudreuil

  1. _________________________________was at the command of all British military forces in Canada during the Seven Years’ War .

A. Wolfe B. Montcalm C. Vaudreuil

  1. Who is the King of France during the Seven Years’ War? ________________________

  1. King George B. Louis XV C. Vaudreuil

  1. Where does the French set-up headquarters? ____________________________________

A. Halifax B. Louisbourg C. Beauport

  1. Who won the attack at Montmorency Falls? ____________________________

  1. British B. Spanish C. French

  1. Who is the King of England during the Seven Years’ War? __________________________________

  1. King George B. Louis XV C. Vaudreuil

  1. True or False On June 28th at midnight, the French set off fire ships

which just ended up being a huge success.

  1. The best soldiers in the British army were the_____________________________

  1. Militiamen B. Amerindians C. Grenadiers

  1. True or False Although the people were hungry and distraught, balls and

festivals continued in a spirit of false cheer during the Seven Years’ War

  1. Governor General of New France during the Seven Years’ War. = _____________________

  1. Bigot B. Vaudreuil C. George

  1. Intendant of New France during the Seven Years’ War. = _______________________

  1. Bigot B. Vaudreuil C. George

  1. In___________________________, the Intendant is described as a tyrant by the people.

  1. Quebec City B. Halifax C. Louisbourg

  1. The 3 strategies of the ______________________________were: Raid, Ambush and Camouflage. They also wore toques to tell themselves apart.

  1. French Soldiers B. British Soldiers C. French Militiamen

  1. The French made an alliance with the________________. They visited their longhouse and traded wampum.

  1. British B. Amerindians C. Spanish

  1. True or False The Amerindians were punished for stealing food.

  1. The Amerindians’ methods were to: Take POWs, steal military supplies, surprise attacks and take English_______.

  1. Guns B. Scalps C. Hats

  1. The English General and the French Lieutenant General were both killed at the battle on_____________________.

  1. Plains of Abraham B. Attack on Louisbourg C. Attack on Montmorency Falls

  1. New France was transferred to Britain by the Treaty of ___________________in 1763.

  1. Paris B. London C. Quebec

  1. Several Native chiefs and spiritual leaders decided to combat European colonization. This was called _________________ Rebellion.

  1. Molly’s B. Pontiac’s C. Amherst’s

  1. When Ecuyer gave smallpox invested blankets to representatives of the Delaware tribe, it was considered an early example of A.________________ warfare. B. ___________ had encouraged this tactic in a letter to Ecuyer. 2pts

  1. Disease or Germ or Armed

  2. Molly or Pontiac or Amherst

  1. Sir ____________________became governor and he believed that in order for the Quebec colony to be loyal to Britain, they must be satisfied with the government.

  1. George Washington B. James Wolfe C. Guy Carleton

  1. In 1774, The _____________________________was issued. To the 13 colonies, it becomes the last Intolerable Act and becomes one of the causes of the American Revolution.

A. Royal Proclamation B. Emancipation C. Quebec Act

  1. The __________________________of 1763 was issued forbidding colonists from settling west of the mountains.

  1. Royal Proclamation B. Emancipation C. Quebec Act

  1. Great Britain thought of him as a hero and the 13 Colonies thought of him as a tyrant. ______________________

A. George Washington B. King George III C. Guy Carleton

  1. If you fought against the British and wanted to become an independent nation, you were called a _____________.

  1. Loyalist B. Patriot C. Tyrant

  1. A.____________was someone who joined the British side of the war. Their political name was B. __________.2pts

  1. Loyalists or Patriot C. Tyrant

  2. Conservative or Torie or Republican

  1. _____________was a Mohawk, who became a leader of her people and one of the most important Loyalists.

  1. Molly B. Pontiac C. Amherst

  1. In 1781, the British surrendered to _____________________________(name of the commander) army.

  1. George Washington’s B. James Wolfe C. Sir Guy Carleton

  1. What side were Quebec and Nova Scotia on? ______________________________

  1. British B. 13 Colonies C. Neutral

  1. ______________________________________= The system in which a person holds a piece of land for life and may have the right to transfer the land to his or her family

  1. Freehold Land Tenure B. Sharecropping C. Indentured

  1. ____________________= His Proclamation was the first mass emancipation of slaves in American history. He Offered freedom, equality, land & provisions to all enslaved Africans that would take up arms and fight for Britain.

  1. George Washington B. Lord Dunmore C. Sir Guy Carleton

  1. Sir Guy Carleton and George Washington made an agreement at the end of the Revolution. The agreement they made was to allow those enslaved and free people, who joined the British before _______ (date), to be removed to British owned territories. Others who joined after this date, were given back to their owners or sold to the West Indies.

  1. 1779 B. 1889 C. 1999

  1. The Black Loyalists were offered the same as the White Loyalists. What were they offered? 3pts

  1. ____________________, at its peak, was the largest free Black community in the world, outside of Africa

  1. Shelburne B. Halifax C. Birchtown

  1. The _______________industry was the most attractive career for blacks because it was the one job where they were paid the same was whites.

  1. Lumber B. Mining C. Fishing

  1. ________________is known as the founding father of the Baptist church in the Maritimes. He had his house torn down during a riot.

  1. Thomas Peters B. John Clarkson C. David George

  1. The _________________________Riot was known as North America’s 1st race riot.

  1. Shelburne B. Halifax C. Birchtown

  1. Nova Scotia earned the nickname _______________________________because the population tripled with the arrival of the loyalists & the British stopped supporting them which caused extreme poverty in the province.

  1. Nova Scarcity B. Nova Rich C. Nova Awesome

  1. Often blacks became ___________________________to pay off debts. Most were tricked into longer contracts, as they could not read or write.

  1. Slaves B. Indentured Servants C. Civil Servants

  1. A. ____________________was selected to go to London, England with a petition of grievances. While in England he met with the B. _________________________Company. 2pts

  1. Thomas Peters or John Clarkson or David George

  2. Halifax Shipping or London or Sierra Leone

  1. Name THREE causes of the American Revolution. 3pts

Bonus Point

How was the unsuccessful attack on Quebec important to the story of Canada?

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