35 notecards = 9 pages (4 cards per page)
The best statement that demonstrates an accurate historical context for the cartoon is
French ambition in North America threatened British colonial security.
The event being described above was caused, in part, by
the passage of the Quartering Act.
The result of the event described above was
a trial that acquitted the British troops of their actions.
The excerpts were written in response to the
British government’s attempt to assert greater control over the North American colonies.
The ideas expressed by Paine and Jefferson are most consistent with
ideas of the Enlightenment.
The principles expressed by Paine and Jefferson best account for ________________________ during the American Revolution in the United States
the relatively limited power of the Articles of Confederation
One purpose of the Declaration of Independence was
to explain why the colonies had revolted.
The statement of _____________________ is true of the Declaration of Independence.
“it invoked the natural rights of humankind to justify revolt”
____________________________was the most immediate result of the territorial changes in the maps above.
Increased tensions and fighting with Indians in the Ohio River Valley
______________________was the primary cause of the territorial changes directed in the maps above.
A major war between the French and British
The ideas expressed in this excerpt stem from the concern __________________________ and this concern was among the founders of the United States.
that women will attempt to achieve political equality in the new nation
The above map illustrates the trend of _____________________________ in the development of colonial societies.
northern and southern colonies being divergent in their economic development
The Atlantic trade in the early 18th century most directly contributed to
an increase in the southern agrarian economic cash crop system.
______________________was the British law that most directly affected the trade depicted in the map.
The Navigation Act
___________________best exemplifies Hall’s argument over the constitution.
The three-fifth clause
Compromise over slavery in the Constitution most directly reflected
the influence geography had on the development of the southern economy.
The decrease in British exports to the colonies most directly led to
increasing participation by women in producing goods for American use.
According to the excerpt above, John Dickinson was influenced by _______________ which was a development in the 1700s.
the Enlightenment ideas of John Locke
Following the Treaty of Paris in 1763, one of the biggest concerns of the British regarding North America was
preventing westward expansion to mend relations with natives previously allied with the French.
Following the French and Indian War, the American colonists were determined
to settle lands in the Ohio River Valley.
The ideas expressed by Thomas Jefferson are most consistent with
the ideas of the enlightenment.
The new code of laws Abigail Adams spoke of eventually led to the adoption of a
The cartoon was intended to
warn Americans of the dangers of divisive political parties and permanent foreign alliances.
The ideas expressed in the cartoon led up to
an independence movement based on arguments over the rights of British subjects.
____________is a group that would most likely challenged the views of the cartoonist
________________were the group that last influence due to the changes depicted in this map.
_____________________ became the new east-west border between English and Spanish North American land claims in 1763.
Th e Mississippi River
________________was most responsible for the change in European land claims depicted in the map.
The French and Indian War
Thomas Paine conveys a familiar concern for many American colonists in his
condemnation of mercantilist restraint of the American economy.
_________________________was the action by American colonists to demonstrate the greatest continuity with the sentiments expressed in Thomas Paine’s Common Sense.
The Stamp Act Congress success and support for the non-importation agreements
The protest above most closely resembles American reaction to the
The response by the government may have confirmed Anti-Federalist fear of
rights being taken away from individuals in favor of a strong federal government.
The concerns expressed by Washington were a response to the
controversy regarding support for the revolutionary government of France.
____________________most strongly opposed Washington’s point of view in the address.