______ 1. Great Britain’s monarch King George III

a. wanted to keep peace with Britain’s Native American allies.

b. wanted Parliament to repeal the Sugar Act.

c. secretly supported a ban on trade with the colonies.

d. tried to convince Samuel Adams to oppose the Stamp Act.

______ 2. The purpose of the Quartering Act was to require the colonies to

a. pay for the salaries of British soldiers.

b. buy only goods that were made in Great Britain.

c. provide housing and supplies for British soldiers.

d. stop making their own coins and use British money instead.

______ 3. The revenue that Great Britain hoped to raise in the colonies

a. was required to have an official tax stamp on it.

b. was needed by the British government to pay its debts.

c. was used to help colonists expand on to more land.

d. was collected by British soldiers stationed in the colonies.

______ 4. The British law that directly taxed the colonists was the

 a. Sugar Act.

b. Proclamation of 1763.

c. Stamp Act.

d. Declaratory Act.

______ 5. Who was Patrick Henry?

a. the British prime minister responsible for the Sugar Act

b. a colonist who protested taxation without representation

c. a British leader who called for the repeal of the Stamp Act

d. a Virginia leader who called for resistance to the Stamp Act

______ 6. A group that staged protests against the Stamp Act was the

a. House of Burgesses.

b. Parliament.

c. Sons of Liberty.

d. Continental Congress.

______ 7. The British wanted the Sugar Act to help pay for cost of fighting a war

  1. true      b. false

______ 8. The Sugar Act was an indirect tax.

  1. true     b. false

______ 9. The British never repealed the Stamp Act

  1. True     b. false

______ 10. One reason the Colonists objected to the Stamp Act and Sugar Act is that they felt they did not have representation in parliament

  1. true     b. false