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1 Chapter 5 (Spirit of Independence) Name: Period: DIRECTIONS: Write your answers using complete sentences on a separate sheet of paper. Attach this review sheet to your answer sheet. Use your textbook, video notes, and worksheet activities to answer the following questions. Due: 1 The Proclamation of 1763 prohibited colonists from moving west of 2 The king and Parliament viewed the American colonies as a what? 3 The British government tried to stop smuggling with the 4 What act taxed almost all printed material in the colonies? 5 Who led the Green Mountain Boys? 6 Who refused to receive the Olive Branch Petition? 7 One of the five people killed in the Boston Massacre? 8 The man who wrote the Declaration of Independence was 9 Who ran the first post office established by the Second Continental Congress? 10 Who wrote Common Sense? 11 George Grenville convinced Parliament to take action against 12 To search a colonist's house, a British customs officer presented what document? 13 Who persuaded the House of Burgesses to take action against the Stamp Act? 14 Which act gave the British Parliament the right to tax and make decisions for the colonies "in all cases"? 15 Colonial leaders used the Boston Massacre killings as what? 16 "The shot heard 'round the world" refers to the actions of the minutemen at 17 Which colonists did not consider unfair taxes a good reason for rebellion? 18 Which colonists wanted to fight the British for American independence? 19 George Washington was chosen commander of the Continental Army upon the recommendation of whom? 20 The colonists expressed their desire for peace in which document?

2 PRIMARY SOURCE DOCUMENTS: These documents will be on the test, the questions might be different though. Read the excerpts carefully, so you know what the excerpts are saying. When the enemy were landed, to the number of 2500, as we are since informed, being the light infantry and the grenadiers of the army with a complete train of artillery, howitzers and field pieces, drawn by 200 sailors, and commanded by the most gallant and experienced officers of the last war;... The fire from the ships and artillery of the enemy was horrid and amazing; the first onset of the soldiers was bold and fierce, but they were received with equal courage; at length the 38th regiment gave way, and the rest recoiled.... The number of the King's troops killed and wounded are three times our loss.... [T]he ground was covered with officers. The cannon was dreadful. The King's troops began firing at a great distance, being scarce of ammunition deferred our fire. Letter written by a colonial officer, In one sentence, describe the eyewitness account of the Battle of Bunker Hill?... We have petitioned; we have remonstrated; we have supplicated; we have prostrated ourselves before the tyrannical hands of the ministry and parliament. Our petitions have been slighted; our remonstrances have produced additional violence and insult; our supplications have been disregarded; and we have been spurned, with contempt, from the foot of the throne. In vain, after these things, may we indulge the fond hope of peace and reconciliation. There is no longer any room for hope. If we wish to be free... we must fight! I repeat it, sir, we must fight! An appeal to arms and to the God of Hosts is all that is left us! In this passage from a speech to the Second Virginia Convention in 1775, Patrick Henry argues that there is no longer any hope for avoiding. WE, therefore, the Representatives of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, in GENERAL CONGRESS Assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the World for the Rectitude of our Intentions, do, in the Name, and by Authority of the good People of these Colonies, solemnly Publish and Declare, That these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be, FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES; that they are absolved from all Allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political Connexion between them and the State of Great-Britain, is, and ought to be totally dissolved This excerpt is taken from, which was approved after Congress passed Richard Henry Lee s resolution for independence on July 2, 1776.

3 WHEN, in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bands, which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the Powers of the Earth, the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's GOD entitle them, a decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind requires that they should declare the Causes which impel them to the Separation. 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, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.... Declaration of Independence 24 The Declaration of Independence states that all people have certain rights. What are they? 25 Many of the ideas stated in this excerpt were drawn from the writings of what English philosopher? 26 Based on the time line, what event occurred in the same year that Louis XVI became the king of France? 27 In what state were the battles of Lexington and Concord fought?

4 29 If there are 20 shillings in 1 British pound, according to the chart, how many shillings of the war debt was each British citizen responsible for? 31 According to the map, Philadelphia had a higher population than New York City in what year?

5 Paul Revere s Silver Business Period A Period B Silver Objects Number Percent Number Percent Flatware , Tea and Coffee Wares Tablewares Personal Items Harness Fittings , Miscellaneous Total Objects 1, , Based on the table, what did silversmith Paul Revere s business produce in Period B that it did not produce in Period A? 33 Define: A. Stamp Act D. Intolerable Acts B. Sugar Act E. Townshend Act C. Common Sense

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7 Chapter 5 (Spirit of Independence) Answer Section MULTIPLE CHOICE 1 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 1. For additional practice, visit this book's Online Learning Center at glencoe.com. 2 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading 3 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading 4 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 124 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 124, and in the Reading 5 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 136 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 136, and in the Reading 6 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 140 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 140, and in the Reading

8 7 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 127 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 127, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 2. For additional practice, visit this book's 8 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 141 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 141, and in the Reading 9 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 139 NAT: NCSS.VI.C NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 139, and in the Reading 10 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 140 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 140, and in the Reading 11 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading 12 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading 13 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 125 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 125, and in the Reading

9 14 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 125 NAT: NCSS.VI.D NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 125, and in the Reading 15 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 127 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 127, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 2. For additional practice, visit this book's 16 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 135 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 135, and in the Reading 17 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 137 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 137, and in the Reading 18 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 137 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 137, and in the Reading 19 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 139 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 139, and in the Reading 20 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 140

10 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 140, and in the Reading 21 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 137 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.IX.B MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 137, and in the Reading. 22 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 136 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 136, and in the Reading 23 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 141 NAT: NCSS.VI.F MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 141, and in the Reading 24 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 142 NAT: NCSS.II.B NCSS.VI.F MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 142, and in the Reading 25 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 141 NAT: NCSS.VI.A NCSS.VI.H NCSS.X.A MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 141, and in the Reading 26 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 133 NAT: NCSS.II.B NCSS.III.C MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 133, and in the Reading

11 27 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 135 NAT: NCSS.III.B NCSS.IX.B MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 135, and in the Reading 28 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 135 NAT: NCSS.II.B NCSS.III.B NCSS.IX.B MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 135, and in the Reading 29 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.III.C MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading 30 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 139 NAT: NCSS.II.B NCSS.III.C NCSS.III.D MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 139, and in the Reading 31 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 139 NAT: NCSS.II.B NCSS.III.C NCSS.III.D MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 139, and in the Reading 32 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 135 NAT: NCSS.II.B NCSS.III.C MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 135, and in the Reading 33 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 135

12 NAT: NCSS.III.C MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 135, and in the Reading 34 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 127 NAT: NCSS.II.B NCSS.III.C NCSS.IX.B MSC: Document Based Question NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 127, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 2. For additional practice, visit this book's MATCHING 35 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading 36 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 129 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 129, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 2. For additional practice, visit this book's 37 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 135 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 135, and in the Reading 38 ANS: B PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 127 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 127, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 2. For additional practice, visit this book's

13 39 ANS: E PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 128 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 128, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 2. For additional practice, visit this book's 40 ANS: A PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 128 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 128, and in the Reading 41 ANS: D PTS: 4 DIF: Average REF: page 137 NAT: NCSS.IX.B NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 137, and in the Reading 42 ANS: E PTS: 4 DIF: Easy REF: page 142 NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 142, and in the Reading 43 ANS: C PTS: 4 DIF: Challenging REF: page 124 NAT: NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 124, and in the Reading ESSAY 44 ANS:. PTS: 10 DIF: Average REF: page 123 NAT: NCSS.III.H NCSS.VI.C NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 123, and in the Reading

14 45 ANS:. PTS: 10 DIF: Easy REF: page 133 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 133, and in the Reading 46 ANS:. PTS: 8 DIF: Easy REF: page 128 NAT: NCSS.II.C NCSS.VI.F NOT: Learn more about this question in The American Journey, page 128, and in the Reading Essentials and Note-Taking Guide, Chapter 5, Section 2. For additional practice, visit this book's.

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