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  • Name given to a search warrant for British officials to search businesses and homes for smuggled goods?

  • Writs of Assistance

  • Rode out of Boston to warn Adams and Hancock the British soldiers were coming?

  • Paul Revere

  • Main author of the Declaration of Independence?

  • Thomas Jefferson

  • Who is the BEST Social Studies Teacher at WMS?

  • Correct

  • A lawmaking body of England made up of the House of Lords and House of Commons.?

  • Parliment

  • What was the Proclamation of 1763?

  • A law stating that colonists could not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.

  • To refuse to buy, sell, or use a product or service to force someone or something to change?

  • Boycott

  • A secret society of men who led protests against Britain.?

  • Sons of Liberty

  • The African American citizen killed in the Boston Massacre.

  • Crispus Attucks

  • This Act required the colonists to provide housing and supplies for the British troops in America.

  • Quartering Act

  • Wrote the pamphlet called the Common Sense?

  • Thomas Paine

  • List in order the 5 parts of the Declaration of Independence?

  • PreambleThe Rights of the People to Control Their Government 3) Tyrannical Acts of the British King4) Efforts of the Colonies to Avoid Separation5) The Colonies are Declared Free and Independent

  • The colonists referred to this Act as the Intolerable Acts

  • Coercive Acts

  • Which fundamental political idea is expressed in the Declaration of Independence?

  • If the government denies its people certain basic rights, that government can be overthrown

  • Who was at fault at the Boston Massacre?

  • It really depends on your point of view and how you interpret the best available sources of the historical event

  • Where did the first battles of the Pre- Revolutionary War begin

  • Lexington and Concord

  • Which side, the British or the colonists, fired the first at the Battle of Lexington?

  • It really depends on your point of view and how you interpret the best available sources of the historical event

  • Why did John Adams defend the British soldiers who were on trial for the Boston Massacre?

  • He wanted to show that the colonists followed the rule of law and that the events led to the belief that the British soldiers were not guilty of murder.

  • What are the three natural rights stated in the Declaration of Independence

  • Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

  • The Declaration of Independence neglected to include the rights of which people?

  • Women and enslaved people

  • On what day did Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, dissolving our political connections with Britain.

  • July 4, 1776

  • Who won last nights 7th/8th Grade scrimmage?

  • Tie

  • The word unalienable in the excerpt of the DOI means, what?

  • Natural

  • The word abolish in the excerpt of the DOI means, what?

  • Get rid of

  • Name this School

  • Wheatridge Middle School

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