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K-12 8th grade American History Unit 1 Quiz study guide

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Term: Who was fighting in the French and Indian War? Definition: France and England Term: What was the reason? Why was it being fought? Definition: France and England were trapping and fur trading with the natives but disputes over land turned into a bloody battle. To add fuel to the fire, the Algonquin and Huron tribes (France's Native allies) and the Iroquois (England's native allies) were enemies to begin with. Their respective trading country also gave them weapons to make things even worse. War first began to brew when the British fur traders started moving into the Ohio Valley along with the Iroquois, which highly displeased the French and their allies. Term: Some thing England did to raise money to pay for the French and Indian War. Definition: The Quartering Act (1765), The Sugar Act (1764), The Stamp Act (1765), The Tea Act (1773), The Intolerable Acts. They expected the colonies to pay the money needed to fix the problem.
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Term: Who were Sam Adams and Patrick Henry?
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