Review for Unit 3 Test Section I match the quotes with the person who said them

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Review for Unit 3 Test
Section I – Match the quotes with the person who said them.

  1. “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.” Nathan Hale

  2. “Stand you ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon. If they mean to have a war, let it begin here.” Cpt. John Parker

  3. “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall hang separately.” Benjamin Franklin

  4. “I have not yet begun to fight.” John Paul Jones

  5. “These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of men and women.” Thomas Paine

  6. “But as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!” Patrick Henry

  7. “We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights . . .” Thomas Jefferson

  8. “Resolved: that these United Colonies are, and of right out to be, free and independent states.” Richard Henry Lee

  9. “We must master them, or leave them to themselves.” George III

  10. “All men would be tyrants if they could.” Abigail Adams

Section II - Complete the Chart – from the first page of your class notes on the war
British Action Colonists’ Reaction
Proclamation of 1763 closes frontier Colonists ignore and settle anyway
Stamp Act taxes printed materials Stamp Act Congress/General Boycott
Tea Act/Cheap tea shipped to colonies Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts 1st Cont. Congress formed/General boycott
March on Lexington and Concord Minutemen Resist

Section III: Chronology

Stamp Act

Boston Massacre

Boston Tea Party

Battle of Lexington & Concord

Battle of Bunker Hill

Signing of the Declaration of Independence

Battle of Saratoga

Washington’s victory at Yorktown

Section IV – Matching
The main author of the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Jefferson

Young French noble who came to America to fight with Washington. Lafayette

British general defeated at Yorktown in the summer of 1781. Cornwallis

Documents allowing for unlimited searches. Writs of assistance

Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. George Washington

A disloyal Patriot general who betrayed his country by planning to turn over the fort at West Point to the British. Benedict Arnold

The refusal to buy a particular good. Boycott

Hill overlooking Boston where the British and local militia fought. Bunker Hill

American scientist and statesman who helped arrange a military alliance with France during the Revolution. Ben Franklin

German mercenaries hired by the British to fight in America. Hessians

American naval hero during the Revolutionary War. John Paul Jones

Site of the final battle that ended the Revolutionary War. Yorktown

Groups of patriot militia who could be prepared quickly. Minutemen

A plea urging George III to protect the colonists from an unfair Parliament. Olive Branch Petition

Law which prohibited colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains. Proclamation of 1763

This put a tax on almost all printed material in the colonies. Stamp Act

A writer whose pamphlet, “Common Sense” convinced many colonists they should be independent from Great Britain. Thomas Paine

Document expressing new ideas about the rights of people and breaking all ties with Great Britain. Declaration of Independence

Led the Green Mountain Boys. Ethan Allen

Boston patriot and head of the Sons of Liberty. Sam Adams

Set of laws passed as a reaction to the Boston Tea Party. Intolerable Acts

Americans who wanted to remain British subjects. (two names) Tories Loyalists

Active female Patriots. Daughters of Liberty

The group of colonial delegates who declared our independence from Great Britain.

The day Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. 2nd Continental Congress. July 4, 1776

This law gave the British Parliament the right to tax and make decisions for the colonies “in all cases whatsoever.” Declatory Act

Place where Washington launched a surprise attack on Christmas night, 1776. Trenton

Camp near Philadelphia where Washington and his men underwent great hardships during the winter of 1777-1778. Valley Forge

To cancel a law. Repeal

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