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Question 1 40 out of 100 points Match the 10 Historical Terms in the right hand column with their closest mate in the left hand one. Answer Question John Peter Zenger Fort Duquesne James Wolfe Loyalists George Washington Stamp Act William Pitt (the Elder) The Great Awakening War of Jenkins' Ear Boston Tea Party Response Feedback: John Peter Zenger won a major victory for freedom of the press by being acquitted of seditious libel. Edward Braddock was defeated near Fort Duquesne. James Wolfe defeated the French on the Plains of Abraham next to
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Quebec. Thomas Hutchinson was a leading Loyalist at the start of the American Revolution.
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Unformatted text preview: George Washington built Fort Necessity and surrendered it to the French at the start of the French & Indian War. Parliament passed the Declaratory Act immediately after repealing the Stamp Act. William Pitt (the Elder) was the British Prime Minister who conceived and implemented the strategy that won the French & Indian War. Jonathan Edwards was a leading preacher during the Great Awakening. The Stono slave Rebellion in South Carolina was an episode in the War of Jenkins' Ear. Parliament enacted the Coercive (Intolerable) Acts to punish Boston and Massachusetts for the Boston Tea Party...
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