Card # Value Level Type Answer 1 10 2 MC D 2 10 1 MC A 3 10 1 MC C 4 10 2 MC A 5 10 2 MC B 6 10 1 MC D 7 10 1 MC A 8 10 1 MC D 9 10 2 MC C 10 10 1 MC B 11 10 2 MC C 12 10 1 MC A 13 10 1 MC A 14 10 1 MC B 15 10 1 MC C 16 10 2 MC D 17 10 1 MC A 18 10 2 MC D 19 10 1 MC D 20 10 1 MC B 21 10 2 MC A 22 10 2 MC C 23 10 2 MC C 24 10 2 MC B 25 10 1 MC D 26 10 1 MC D 27 10 2 MC C 28 10 2 MC A 29 10 1 MC D 30 10 1 MC B 31 10 2 MC B 32 10 2 MC D 33 10 1 MC D 34 10 1 MC B 35 10 2 MC A 36 10 1 MC C 37 10 2 MC C 38 10 1 MC B 39 10 1 MC C 40 10 1 MC A 41 10 2 MC A 42 10 2 MC B 43 10 1 MC B 44 10 1 MC B 45 5 1 TF B 46 5 1 TF B 47 5 1 TF B 48 5 2 TF A 49 5 2 TF A 50 5 2 TF A 51 5 1 TF A 52 5 1 TF B 53 5 2 TF B 54 5 1 TF B 55 5 2 TF A 56 5 1 TF B 57 5 2 TF B 58 5 1 TF B 59 5 1 TF B Question A B Who addressed the House of Lords in an attempt to reconcile with the colonies? Benjamin Franklin. James Madison. Where did a battle nearly take place almost two months before Lexington and Concord? Danbury, Salem, Massachusetts.Connecticut. What British action precipitated the battles of Lexington and Concord? was confiscated. Tea in the areaBritish troops fired on a grou Who hung the lanterns as codes to warn Paul Revere? John Pulling. John Smith. Who also rode with Paul Reverene to warn the minutemen at Lexington and Concord? William Dawes and Samuel Adams and John Hancock. Samue Which British General was married to a patriotic American wife? General Tryon.General Howe. On what date were the battles of Lexington and Concord fought? April 19, 1775.May 19, 1775. At the British retreat? In After the British retreated from Concord, where did the worst fighting take place during Boston Neck. the city of Lexington. Which American General was present at Lexington and Concord? Benedict Arnold.David Wooster. How many shots were fired by the Americans at Lexington and Concord? About 35,000. About 75,000. On what date did Charleston, South Carolina, learn of Lexington and Concord? April 19, 1775. April 24, 1775. Whose idea was it to attack Ft. Ticonderoga, the Gibraltar of America? George Washington and Benedict Arnold and Samuel Adams. He Who led the surprise raid of Fort Ticonderoga on May 10, 1775? Ethan Allen. Col. Henry Ludington. On May 12, 1775, what fort was captured after Ticonderoga fell? Ft. Pierce. Crown Point. Near which major city was the battle of Bunker Hill fought? New York, New York. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Benedict Arnold.Governor Clinton. What American traitor informed General Gage a month in advance that the Americans planned to fortify Bunker Hill? On what hill was the battle of Bunker Hill actually fought? Breed's Hill. Bunker Hill. Who placed the American troops on Breed's Hill? Ethan Allen. Gen. Benedict Arnold. Who commanded the American troops at Bunker Hill? Arnold. Gen. Benedict Col. Israel Putnam. How many times did the British charge the American lines at Bunker Hill? Two times. Three times. Which British General brought in reinforcements to win the Battle of Bunker Hill? General Clinton. General Howe. What blunder hampered the British at the Battle of Bunker Hill? General Clinton slept in. The black powder was distributed wet. General ruined us."? After Bunker Hill, what British general said, "A dear bought victory. Another such would have Howe.General Tryon. Over time, the Battle of Bunker Hill came to be known to the Americans as: A defeat. A victory. What member of Congress nominated Washington as the commander in chief of the army? John Jay. Samuel Adams. Samuel Adams and John Adams were: Bitter enemies.Related as father and son. Who designed in 1775 the first money for the Continental Congress to pay the army? Ichabod Ichabod Greenspan. Crane. The Continental Army came from the militias of how many colonies? Four. Six. Who took messages between the Continental Congress and Massachusetts? Addison Miller.Aaron Burr. In addition to being a silversmith, Paul Revere also knew how to: Make gunpowder and cann Prepare gourmet meals. How many lashes were allowed for punishing a soldier in the Continental army in 1775? 13. 39. Ten. At $166 a month, a Colonial General's pay was how many times larger than a Colonial private's pay? Fifteen. What was the larger unit in the Continental army? A company. A battalion. What Virginian raised a company of ninety-six riflemen in ten days? Patrick Henry. Daniel Morgan. What was the difference between a rifle and a musket? Musket barrels Rifle barrels had grooves. had grooves What was the range of a Colonial musket? 20 to 30 yards.50 to 60 yards. What was the range of an American rifle in 1775? 100 yards. 200 yards. What was the advantage of the French Charleville musket? It cost less. It was lighter and used a s How many musket rounds per minute could the averge Colonial soldier shoot? Less than one.One to two. B Iron Because of the ammunition shortage, what weapon did Benjamin Franklin advocate? ows and arrows.pikes on 12-foot poles. Who were the first Native Americans to aid the colonists against the British? The Nochpeem of New The Stockbridge of Massachusetts. York How many rounds of ammunition did a British soldier carry? 30. 60. What was the first battle fought in Virginia? The Top. The Battle of RountBattle of Great Bridge What was unusual about the Dunmore's Army at Great Bridge? Up to over 50. The average age was600 slaves joined ran At Lexington, Captain John Parker's militia routed the British. TRUE FALSE After the battles at Lexington and Concord, the Americans were found to have moreTRUE FALSE casualties than the British. The British lost only 10% of their troops at the Battle of Bunker Hill. TRUE FALSE TRUE FALSE Some members of Congress were appalled at the taking of Ticonderoga because they still hoped for a reconciliation with Engla The Battle of Bunker Hill was actually fought at Breed's Hill. TRUE FALSE TRUE At the Battle of Bunker Hill, British Admiral Graves refused to send a warship up Mystic River. FALSE TRUE John Adams nominated George Washington as Commander-in-Chief to gain the support of the South. FALSE TRUE Washington believed he was competent to serve as Commander of the Colonial Army. FALSE In 1775, rifles could be made much faster than muskets. TRUE FALSE In 1775, rifles were the first weapons to use a standardized caliber bullet. TRUE FALSE TRUE FALSE One of Washington's problems in organizing the army around Boston stemmed from the differences in the sizes of units in vari Washington generally welcomed Daniel Morgan's riflemen to his army. TRUE FALSE The rifle was favored because it could be equipped with a bayonet. TRUE FALSE Most Canadians were loyal to the American colonists. TRUE FALSE American forces never captured Montreal. TRUE FALSE C D Explanation William Pitt, Earl of Chatham. Pitt, the earl of Chatham, submitted a motion that was defeated by a vote of s Richard Henry Lee. William No Carolina. Wilmington, North such battle took place. British colonel Alexander Leslie, commanding an expedition of 240 men, was sent to ordered his crack troopsUnder orders from General to Concord. General Gage Colonialists massacred a group of unarmed soldiers. Gage, Lieutenant Colonel Francis Smith marched out to C John Jay. John Dolittle. Pulling signaled with two lanterns from the Old North Church to indicate the British we No one; Revere Willam Philip and Charles Roy. rode alone. William Dawes and Dr. Samuel Prescott also rode as couriers to warn the minutemen General Mills. General Gage. General Gage's wife, Margaret Kemble, was a patriotic American from New Jersey. June 19, 1775.July 19, 1775. At Menotomy (now called Arlington). the town and finding few arms, the British retreated from Concord and Outside of Philadelphia. After searching William Heath.George Washington. The only American general involved in the battle, William Heath, was responsible, alo About 100,000.About 150,000. Historian Christopher Ward stated that only one of every 300 bullets fired by the Ame May 10, 1775. July 4, 1776. On April 19, Israel Bissel rode to inform the rest of the colonies of the battle. He reach Hamilton Burger and The idea Patrick Henry and Charles Carroll. Arthur Tragg. actually originated from two separate sources. Arnold, while he led the Conn Henry Lee. Nathan Larson. Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys, assisted by Benedict Arnold, captured the Ft. Dixon. C No other fort was captured. rown Point was captured without any resistance. The captured material from both fo Wilmington, Boston, Massachusetts. North Carolina. Immediately after Lexington and Concord, patriots gathered to besiege the British in B H. D. Rodham.Dr. Benjamin Church. Dr. Benjamin Church, a well-respected patriot who had been a delegate to the Massa Overthe Hill. It was actually fought on an open plain. Col. John Stark.Col. Israel Putnam. Colonel Israel Putnam, another veteran of the French and Indian War, wanted to forc Col. John Stark.Col. William Prescott. Colonel William Prescott actually commanded the troops on the hill, and Colonel John Four times. On Only the Americans charged. the third charge, the Americans retreated because they had run out of ammunition General Tryon.General Mills. None; the campaign was cannon The British brought forward twelve brass fieldpieces but discovered they had twelve-p The field cannon had the wrong-sizedflawless. balls. General Clinton.General Mills. A draw. A waste of manpower. At first the Americans regarded Bunker Hill as a defeat, and no one wanted to claim t John Hancock.John Adams. John Adams nominated Washington, a Virginian, partially because he recognized the Not related. Related as second cousins. Paul Revere. Betsy Ross. Nine. All thirteen. The Continental army originated from the militias of four colonies: Connecticut, Massa Paul Alexander Hamilton. Revere. During the war, Revere was the official courier between the Massachusetts Provincia Arrange flowers.Spin exotic pottery. Later Revere discovered a process for rolling sheet copper and made the boilers for a 50. 100. In 1775, 39 lashes were allowed; this was raised to 100 in 1776, though Washington Twenty. Twenty-five. The pay for major generals was twenty-five times that of a private, who was paid $6 2 A regiment. A brigade. A brigade had two or three regiments. The term battalion was used synonymously wit J James Monroe. ames Madison. difference. There was littleRifles were invented first. The barrel of a musket was smooth. In a rifle spiral grooves were cut inside the barre Up 80 to 100 yards. to 150 yards. 300 yards. 400 yards. None It had fewer parts. of the above. Many colonists used British muskets until later in the war when the French supplied th Two to three. As many as six. Spears. Iron maces on chains. Franklin suggested using bows and arrows. His suggestion was rejected. The Pensacola The Iriquois of Pennsylvania. of North Carolina. 90. 120. He carried sixty rounds. A soldier could carry a pack of over one hundred pounds into The Point. The Battle of Stony Battle of Bunker Hill. In the battle of Great Bridge, fought on December 9, Colonel William Woodford led pa women were soldiers. In the battle of Nearly a dozenThey were paid by Dunmore personally. Great Bridge, fought on December 9, Colonel William Woodford led pa Seeing their hopeless situation, Parker told the militiamen to disperse. As they began For the British, 273 men were killed, wounded, or missing. For the Americans, forty-n Of the approximately 3,000 Americans in the battle, 441 were casualties. The British While Lexington and Concord had been defensive actions, King George III would hav Admiral Samuel Graves also hampered the British effort by refusing to send a warshi John Adams nominated Washington, a Virginian, partially because he recognized the When chosen for the position of commander in chief, Washington said, "I beg it to be Rifles varied greatly in caliber; thus each rifleman had to pour and shape his own bull Daniel Morgan's riflemen as a group were very undisciplined, and Washington wished Actually, in 1775 a rifle could not be equipped with a bayonet, was heavier, and took l Under Montgomery, the Americans captured Montreal in November after Carleton ha t was defeated by a vote of sixty-eight to eighteen. ion of 240 men, was sent to Salem to seize a few brass fieldpieces. He found none. ancis Smith marched out to Concord with 700 men to destroy the colonial arms depot there. He also attempted to capture Samuel Adams an urch to indicate the British were going by water, across the Charles River, instead of by land over Boston Neck. uriers to warn the minutemen. (Paul Revere was captured and later released.) merican from New Jersey. h retreated from Concord and were harassed along their line of march by a continuing gathering of patriots. Heath, was responsible, along with Dr. Joseph Warren, for placing many Americans in the path of the retreating British at Menotomy. 300 bullets fired by the Americans hit the enemy. This meant that only one of every fifteen marksmen hit their mark. lonies of the battle. He reached New London, Connecticut, 100 miles away, the next day. He arrived in New York on April 23 and Philadelph Arnold, while he led the Connecticut militia serving around Boston, had the idea to attack the fort to obtain badly needed artillery. Samuel Ada enedict Arnold, captured the fort without the loss of a man. A sentry tried to fire a musket point-blank at Alien as he and Arnold rushed into th aptured material from both forts greatly aided the American cause as seventy-eight serviceable guns, six mortars, three howitzers, thousands ed to besiege the British in Boston. When the patriots learned that the British planned to seize Dorchester Heights, they moved swiftly to fort een a delegate to the Massachusetts Provincial Congress in 1774, informed Gage. d Indian War, wanted to force the British to attack on ground of his choosing rather than wait for the British to decide where to attack. Putnam on the hill, and Colonel John Stark commanded the troops behind the walls and fences extending down to the Mystic River. William Howe, u ey had run out of ammunition. Of the approximately 3,000 Americans in the battle, 441 were casualties. The British suffered about 1,150 cas discovered they had twelve-pound balls in their side boxes instead of the required six-pound balls. and no one wanted to claim the honor of having directed it. However, over time it came to be seen as a great victory of raw recruits over vete y because he recognized the need to gain the support of the southern colonies in a fight that had so far involved only New England. colonies: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. he Massachusetts Provincial Assembly and the Continental Congress. er and made the boilers for a steam ferry built by Robert Fulton. n 1776, though Washington favored 500. At the time, the British army allowed up to 1,000 lashes. a private, who was paid $6 2/3 a month. Congress paid brigadier generals a monthly rate of $125, captains $20, lieutenants $13 1/3, and cor was used synonymously with regiment. es were cut inside the barrel to make the bullet rotate in flight, which increased its accuracy. Rifles were invented in central Europe as early when the French supplied the Americans with the Charleville musket. The French musket was lighter than the British musket and shot a sm on was rejected. ver one hundred pounds into battle. onel William Woodford led patriots in stopping Governor Dunmore's attack at the end of a causeway near Norfolk, Virginia. The patriots inflic onel William Woodford led patriots in stopping Governor Dunmore's attack at the end of a causeway near Norfolk, Virginia. The patriots inflic n to disperse. As they began to leave, a shot was fired. Then British regulars under Major Pitcairn fired two volleys, killing eight and wounding g. For the Americans, forty-nine were killed, forty-one wounded, and five missing. were casualties. The British suffered about 1,150 casualties, or 40 percent of their 2,500 men. s, King George III would have considerd the seizure of Ticonderoga and Crown Point hostile provocations. by refusing to send a warship up the Mystic River to bombard Stark's men on the American left flank. y because he recognized the need to gain the support of the southern colonies in a fight that had so far involved only New England. ashington said, "I beg it to be remembered by every gentleman in this room that I this day declare with the utmost sincerity that I do not think pour and shape his own bullets as precisely as possible for his own rifle. ned, and Washington wished that many of them had never come. onet, was heavier, and took longer to load than a musket. November after Carleton had abandoned it. They held it until June 1776 and abandoned it in the face of an approaching British army. mpted to capture Samuel Adams and John Hancock, who were in Concord. Smith led Gage's best troops, the grenadier and light infantry co etreating British at Menotomy. New York on April 23 and Philadelphia on April 24. The news finally reached Charleston on May 10. n badly needed artillery. Samuel Adams, upon the recommendation of an agent whom he had sent to Canada, also suggested the idea to G Alien as he and Arnold rushed into the fort, but the sentry's gun did not fire when he pulled the trigger. Alien then forced the fort's commande x mortars, three howitzers, thousands of cannonballs, and 30,000 flints, among other items, were added to the American arsenal. er Heights, they moved swiftly to fortify Bunker Hill. sh to decide where to attack. Putnam believed that Americans could fight better from behind fortifications that protected their legs. Men grea to the Mystic River. William Howe, under General Gage, commanded for the British. The British suffered about 1,150 casualties, or 40 percent of their 2,500 men. great victory of raw recruits over veteran soldiers. The Americans had fought bravely and only retreated because of lack of ammunition. nvolved only New England. ins $20, lieutenants $13 1/3, and corporals $7 1/3. invented in central Europe as early as 1500. han the British musket and shot a smaller bullet, thus conserving on lead, which was scarce. ar Norfolk, Virginia. The patriots inflicted 60 casualties on the British at a cost of one wounded. ar Norfolk, Virginia. The patriots inflicted 60 casualties on the British at a cost of one wounded. wo volleys, killing eight and wounding eight of Parker's men. After the second volley, Parker's men fled. Later in the day, many of them return nvolved only New England. e utmost sincerity that I do not think myself equal to the command I am honored with." an approaching British army. ps, the grenadier and light infantry companies from each regiment and the 400-man Royal Marine battalion. anada, also suggested the idea to Governor Trumbull of Connecticut, who contacted Allen. lien then forced the fort's commander, Captain William Delaplace, to surrender his garrison with no further resistance. to the American arsenal. s that protected their legs. Men greatly feared leg wounds, which frequently led to amputation and a slow death. because of lack of ammunition. Later in the day, many of them returned and sought revenge by firing on the British column as it retreated from Concord. her resistance. ed from Concord.
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