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1 US History AP Review Test 5 Road to Revolution, 1750 - 17776 1. The Albany Plan of Union [A] was based largely on the ideas of Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Hutchinson. [B] came to nothing because no colonial legislature would surrender control over its powers of taxation. [C] called for a Grand Council that would devise military and Indian policies and demand funds from the colonies. [D] was organized to resolve differences among the colonies and restore the confidence of the Indians. [E] all of these 2. Both the Proclamation of 1763 and the Quebec Act of 1774 [A] were designed to reaffirm French sovereignty in Canada. [B] imposed new taxes on goods imported from Europe. [C] were repealed after colonial protests. [D] extended religious freedom to Catholics. [E] interfered with colonial claims to western lands. 3. Troops under this commander provoked an incident that led to the Seven Years’ War: [A] Louis Montcalm [B] Edward Braddock [C] Jeffrey Amherst [D] William Pepperell [E] George Washington 4. In the early years of the Seven Years’ War in America, the French were able to maintain the offensive against the Anglo- Americans for all of the following reasons except that [A] the French had overwhelming support from Native Americans. [B] nearly every able-bodied Canadian had been mobilized into a formidable militia. [C] the American colonies balked at providing many troops and frequently sent poorly trained men. [D] General Braddock only dimly perceived the strength and resourcefulness of the forces gathering against him. [E] Canadians outnumbered the Anglo-Americans by about twenty to one. 5. How did William Pitt plan to encourage the Americans to assume the military burden in the Seven Years’ War in America? [A] by guaranteeing lower tariffs and internal taxes in the post-war era [B] by promising that if the colonies raised the necessary men, Parliament would bear the financial burden [C] by promising to open the lands west of the Appalachian Mountains to settlement [D] by hinting broadly at increased colonial self-government in the post-war world [E] all of these 6. As a result of the Treaty of Paris of 1763, [A] Louisbourg was returned to the French in exchange for a British outpost in India that the French had taken during the war. [B] most of Spain’s New World empire was transferred to France. [C] France lost all its possessions in the New World. [D] Britain lost Canada and India, while the French transferred St. Pierre to the Dutch. [E] the British gained Florida and Canada and became supreme in eastern North America.
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2 7. Pontiac’s Rebellion occurred because [A] the British had abandoned their western forts to the French. [B] the Native Americans feared that Anglo-American settlers would flock to areas west of the Appalachian Mountains. [C] the colonial government of Virginia had been pressuring Iroquois tribes to move west so that white settlement could
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