Review for French & Indian War Quiz How were the French different from the English colonists that settled the Americas? a. The French established settlements along the Atlantic coast b. The British became trappers and fur traders c. The British encouraged intermarriage among Native Americans d. The French became trappers and fur traders, and depended on trade with Native What was “primary” reason fighting began between the French and the English in the colonies? a. Disputes over land b. Bitter rivalries between French and English c. Competition over the fur trade with the Native Americans What played the “most important” role in the establishment of commercial capitalism in the Americas? a. Slavery b. Trade of Cotton c. Trade of Molasses d. Indentured servitude Why was the American Revolution NOT an isolated event? a. Latin American countries soon followed because they wanted their independence from foreign powers. b. Despite many significant differences, the popular protests and upheavals of the age of revolution reflected certain common ideals and aspirations that had been unleashed by the American c. Unifying all of these revolutions was a shared political language invoking such potent terms as constitutional rights d. , the sovereignty of the people, and the consent of the king or queen Which of the following was NOT an important factor in the Great Awakening? a. Shared by large number of people throughout the colonies b. Contributed to the division in American Protestantism c. Contributed to the growth of American identity d. Established joint congregations True/False Prior to the French & Indian War, France and England have been rivals for generations. True/False The French & Indian War began in the Europe then spread to the colonies. True/False The Proclamation Line of 1763 goal was to prevent western settlement and prevent conflicts with Native Americans. True/False After the French & Indian War, the British government faced a huge war debt. True/False Parliament passed a law that taxed colonists called the Stamp Act, but the colonists had a say in the passing of this tax. True/False The English Bill of Rights limited the powers of the king in such matters as taxation and keeping a standing army. True/False The British defeated the French at Montreal which was a major victory in the Americans for the British during the war. True/False Thomas Jefferson was the first to establish the concept of freedom of speech in the American colonies.