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CH. 4-6
DIRECTIONS: In your notebook, identify the terms and answer the questions for each chapter. Make sure to number correctly and use specific details. This will be due the day of your Unit Multiple Choice Test on the chapters.

Growth and Crisis in Colonial Society-Ch. 4
1. Paxton Boys 2. Regulator Movement 3. Johnathan Edwards
4. George Whitefield 5. Pontiac’s Rebellion 6. Edward Braddock
7. James Wolfe 8. William Pitt 9. Revival
10. Deist
11. Who were the largest non-English ethnic group in colonial America by 1775?
12. What was the major reason for population growth by 1775?
13. Which region was the most and least ethnically diverse in colonial America?
14. What similarities were shared by all the North American colonies by the mid1700s?
15. What did mercantilists believe? (Ch. 3, pgs. 72-73)
16. What were the colonies expected to do according to mercantilist doctrine? (Ch. 3, pgs. 72-73)
17. Who was known as the “first civilized American?”
18. In which region were the following denominations predominate; Anglican, Congregational, Presbyterian?
19. Why did English officials try to establish the Church of England in as many colonies as possible?
20. How could religion be described by 1700s?
21. What was the major characteristics of the “new light” preachers?
22. What were the results of the Great Awakening?
23. What were the British and the French fighting over?
24. What was the immediate purpose of the Albany Congress?
25. What did Washington do in his first military command during the French and Indian War?
26. What changes did William Pitt make when he became Prime Minister?
27. What was the chronology of the major events during the French and Indian War?
28. What act of the British outraged the New England colonists?
29. What were the results of the French and Indian War?
30. What did the Proclamation of 1763 do?
31. Why was the Proclamation issued?
32. Write SPEC summaries

Toward Independence: Years of Decision-Ch.5
1. Vice- admiralty courts 2. Quartering Acts of1765 & 1774 5. Nonimportation
4. Sons of Liberty 5. Declaratory Act 6. Quebec Act
7. John Hancock 8. Crispus Attucks 9. Samuel Adams
10. salutary neglect 11. Virtual representation 12. Popular sovereignty
13. minutemen 14. Homespun 15. Thomas Gage
16. Common Sense 17. Loyalists 18. Tory
19. Whigs 20. Patriots 21. Thomas Paine
22. Richard Henry Lee
23. Who took charge of colonial policy in 1763?
24. What was the first law passed by Parliament for raising tax revenues in the colonies and what did it do?
25. Why did the colonists object to the Stamp Act?
26. What is the chronology of the following events; Declaratory Act, repeal of the Stamp Act, Stamp Act, Sugar Act?
27. Why did the colonists take the Townshend Acts less seriously than the Stamp Act?
28. What were the results of the American opposition to the Townshend Acts?
29. What is the chronology of the following events; Boston Massacre, Intolerable Acts, Tea Act, and Townshend Acts?
30. What was the purpose of the committees of correspondence?
31. What is the chronology of the following events; Boston Tea party, clash at Lexington and Concord, First Continental Congress, Quebec Act?
32. What was decided during the First Continental Congress?
33. Where were loyalists least in number?
34. What did Thomas Paine argue about government officials?
35. What was the most important single action of the 2nd Continental Congress?
36. What did the Declaration of Independence do?
37. When did King George III official declare the colonies in rebellion?
38. Write SPEC summaries

Making War and Republican Governments –Ch. 6
1. Benedict Arnold 2. Charles Cornwallis 3. William Howe
4. John Burgoyne 5. Admiral de Grasse 6. Hessians
7. Horatio Gates 8. Valley Forge 9. Nathanael Greene
10. Marquis de Lafayette 11. War of attrition 12. George Rogers Clark
13. Articles of Confederation 14. Shays’ Rebellion 15. Virginia Plan
16. New Jersey Plan 17. Great Compromise 18. Republicanism
19. Three-Fifths Compromise 20. Anti-federalists 21. Federalists

22. What were the colonial weaknesses?
23. What were the weaknesses of the British military?
24. What was the basic strategy of the British in 1777?
25. Where was the concentration of fighting in the beginning, middle, and end of the war?
26. How did the French help the colonists during the Battle of Yorktown?
27. Why were the British forces military superior to the American forces in the first years of the war?
28. How did the Americans sustain the Revolution between 1776 & 1778?
29. Why did the British Southern strategy fail?
30.What was the greatest strength of the American nation immediately after the Revolution?
31. Who advocated for women during the creation of the new governmental plan?
32. What topic did the debates about the Articles of Confederation center on?
33. What led to the approval of the Articles of Confederation?
34. What did the Northwest Ordinance of 1785 accomplish?
35. What did the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 accomplish?
36. What did Shays’ Rebellion convince Americans was needed?
37. What were the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?
38. What were the motives of the delegates that attended the Constitutional Convention in 1787?
39. Why did the founding fathers fail to eliminate slavery?
40. What were the major arguments of “The Federalist Papers?”
41. What were the major criticisms of the Constitution?
42. Write SPEC summaries

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