The Sons and Daughters of Liberty: 9. a. Promoted the loyalist agenda. b. Promoted the patriot agenda. None of the above. c 10. At Lexington and Concord: a. British and American military clashed for the first time b. A new tax on leather was implemented. Patriots held a special celebration to welcome a new British governor. c. 11. The Treaty of Paris: a. Ended conflict between the Apache natives and the Mexican immigrants in South. b. Established a Fort in New Jersey. c. None of the above. 12. George Washington: a. Helped to establish North and South Carolina b. Campaigned against the mistreatment of Native Americans. c. Was the first president of the United States 13. Paul Revere is known for a. Being a famous Aztec warrior. b. Helping to defend runaway slaves. e. None of the above 14. The Boston Massacre led to: a. A sneak attack against the “Minute Men” at Plymouth. b. The destruction of a Puritan Church in Boston. c. None of the above. 15. During the Boston Tea Party: a. Colonists dressed as Native Americans and threw tea overboard to protest taxes. b. Colonists burned an effigy of the French King and paraded in the streets. c. Colonists raided a slave ship
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