Test #3 Study Guide

Test #3 Study Guide - Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Father Joel...

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Heaton Mitchell T. Heaton Father Joel Rippinger, O.S.B. A.P. U.S. History 27 September 2010 Test #3 Study Guide _______________________________ After the Seven Years’ war, how far was Britain in debt? _________________________________________ Who was the British Prime Minister in 1763? __________________________________________ What was the action taken by PM Grenville that aroused colonial resentment? _____________________________ What was the “duty on imported sugar from the West Indies and the first tax levied on the colonists by the crown”? ___________________________________ What act upset the colonies because it required them to provide food and quarters for British troops? _______________________ What was the tax imposed by Grenville that taxed an array of paper goods including newspapers, playing cards, marriage licenses…? _____________________ What was the name of the type of court in which offenders were tried for violating the various Navigation Acts passed by the crown? T or F Admiralty courts utilized juries and all defendants were considered “innocent until proven guilty”. Therefore, the court system was just and fair. __________________________________ What was the slogan used by the colonists in response to the acts of taxation by the British? ____________________________________ What was Grenville’s response to the colonial cries of “no taxation without representation”? _______________________ What was the assembly of delegates from nine colonies who met in New York City to draft a petition for the repeal of the stamp tax? _____________________ _______________________ How many people were at the Stamp Act Congress? Where did they meet? ____________________________________ What was the name of the boycotts of British goods
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Heaton in the colonies as a response to taxation? Name the two patriotic mobs of the colonies who were formed to protest British taxes. -__________________________________ -__________________________________ ___________________________________________ In what year was the Stamp Act appealed? ______________________ What legislation can be defined as, “legislation passed alongside the repeal of the Stamp Act, it reaffirmed Parliament’s unqualified sovereignty over the North American colonies”? ____________________ What man took over as leader of the British ministry and stated that he would “pluck feathers from the colonial goose with a minimum of squawking”? __________________________________ What was the nickname given to Charles Townshend? ________________________________ What taxes were classified as external, or indirect, levies on glass, white lead, paper, paint, and tea? _______________________ What was the destination for the proceeds of the Townshend Acts? _______________________ What is the event in which colonists who had been taunting a squad
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