HistCh5quiz - 1 Which of the following was a consequence of the Battle of Bunker Hill The colonists convened the First Continental Congress to decide

HistCh5quiz - 1 Which of the following was a consequence of...

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1 Which of the following was a consequence of the Battle of Bunker Hill? The colonists convened the First Continental Congress to decide the future plans of action.Patriots near urban centers formed committees of correspondence to circulate news, information, and instructions for the battle.The battle prompted thousands of additional colonists to join the opposition to Britain.The royal governor ordered the construction of fortifications across the small strip of land that connected Boston to the mainland.George Washington was appointed as the general of the Continental Army.A:The battle prompted thousands of additional colonists to join the opposition to Britain2 At the First Continental Congress in Philadelphia in September 1774, delegates from twelve colonies met. Only _____ was absent. 3 The colonists’ militiamen were known as: 4 British law and was one of the basic English liberties. 5 Which of the following statements is true of the Olive Branch Petition? It smothered the revolution with its rebellious approach to the Crown.It was approved in the First Continental Congress.It was designed to demonstrate the colonists’ protest against the Coercive Acts.It was written By Benjamin Franklin.
It implored the king to seek a peaceful resolve to the conflict. 6 Which of the following products was NOT taxed under the Townshend Acts of 1767? 7 The royal governor, Thomas Gage, responded to the militia preparations in Massachusetts by:

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