History1301_Ch5 - Chapter5 1.

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Chapter 5  1. South Carolina threatened to leave the Continental Congress unless:  rice was omitted from the non-exportation agreement 2. What British commander in chief in America was named the governor of  Massachusetts?  Gage 3. The Townshend Duty Act created a customs board that was  headquartered in:  Boston 4. In the 1750s the British government:  took steps to decrease autonomy in the colonies 5. Which act was the first to impose an internal tax on the colonies?  the Stamp Act 6. Pontiac, who led the Indians against the colonists and British troops was  a(n) __________ chief.  Ottawa 7. Who led the attack on the British schooner the  Gaspee John Brown 8. At the end of the French and Indian War, which country gained possession  of Louisiana?  Spain 9. Spanish officials appointed to ensure better colonial tax collection were  called:  intendants. 10. In 1767, Parliament passed an act suspending which colonial legislature?  New York
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11. The Quebec Act:  increased the power of the Catholic Church. 12. At the First Continental Congress:  only a minority of delegates was willing to go to war with Britain  13. The Stamp Act Congress of 1765 was held in: 
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