US history

  1. Name the two reasons the Crown was motivated to form the colonies.
    Mercantilism (economics) & National Security
  2. Guns, tools, furniture and fine clothing were examples of _________ and prevented from being produiced in the colonies.
    Manufactured Goods
  3. Laws passed by Parliament defining enumerated & non-enumerated goods.
    • Navigation Acts of 1660
  4. This type of good under the Navigation act was only to be shipped to England.
    Enumerated Goods (delegated goods)
  5. This type of good under the Navigation act was allowed to be sold or shipped elseware.
    Non-enumerated good
  6. Colonists were prohibited from _______________ under the Manufaturing  Act.
  7. This act made Iron working, hat making, and producing clothing prohibited.
    Manufacturing act
  8. These were cash payments to stimulate desire to increase production in such things as tobacco.
  9. Name the year the Spanish armada sails to England to concur the Isle.
  10. The northern colonies were more focused on ________.
  11. The southern colonies were more focused on ________.
  12. Name the first government established in the colonies.
    Mayflower Compact
  13. What was the belief that "by coming to America we will still retain our rights" called.
    "Rights of an Englishman"
  14. What is the first written English constitution that states that governments power is not absolute.
    1215 Magna Carta
  15. What is the term that is used to describe a law that is not enforced?
    Sanitary Neglect
  16. What is the dates of the French & Indian war?
    (1756 to 1763)
  17. What was dubbed as the first World War?
    French & Indian War
  18. Who was the ruler of England in 1760?
    George III
  19. First Prime Minister who turned the war around for England 1758 - 1759 is.
    William Pitt
  20. Most glorious time for England
    1763 - Treaty of Paris
  21. England assignes him to fix the debt problem in England.
    George Grenville (1763)
  22. Tariff/duty that was an indirect tax on all imports in 1764.
    Sugar Act
  23. The right of a customs officer to search without judicial aproval.
    Writs of Assistance
  24. Law telling settlers that they had to shelter soldiers in the colonies.
    Troop Quartering
  25. Line from Ohio valley down south defining the English settlement.
    Proclamation line of 1763
  26. An act requiring all payments to the Crown to be paid in actual currency.
    Currency Act
  27. Crown requires that all paper material is taxed. A direct violation of Magna Carta and unites country against England.
    1765 - Stamp Act
  28. Parliment says that if you are an Englishman in the colonies then you have representation in Parliament.
    Virtual Representation
  29. A meeting held in NYC to discuss Englands reign over the colonies in 1765.
    Stamp Act Congress - October 7 to 25, 1765
  30. A tactic used by the colonies to influence England to change an unfavorable law.
    non-importation agreement
  31. A responce by the Crown to repeal the stamp act but also stating that Parliament has absolute power over the colonies.
    Declaration Act 1766
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