Category : US History

Quiz: How Much You Know About Boston Tea Party?

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Questions & Options


1. When was the protest formed?

78844 12 October, 1765
78845 16 December, 1773
78846 4 February, 1789
78847 29 June, 1790

2. What caused the Boston Tea Party?

78848 Tea Act
78849 Civil War
78850 Colonization
78851 Revolutionary Wars

3. Who did the protest?

78852 Abraham Lincoln
78853 Boston Son
78854 Bill Clinton
78855 Son of Liberty

4. Where did the protest take place?

78856 Britain
78857 Germany
78858 United States
78859 Russia

5. What is the goal of Boston Tea Parry?

78860 To protest British Parliament's tax on tea
78861 To increase the demand of tea
78862 To garnish the tea
78863 None of the above

6. Who dumped chests of tea?

78864 Americans
78865 Britishers
78866 East India Company
78867 None of the above

7. How many chests of tea were dumped?

78868 342
78869 390
78870 378
78871 400

8. Why was the protest important?

78872 It fueled the tension that had already begun between Britain and America.
78873 It created demand for tea
78874 Both of them
78875 None of the above

9. Was the Boston Tea Party successful?

78876 116 votes
78877 120 votes
78878 124 votes
78879 130 votes

10. How did the Boston Tea Party affect colonists?

78880 Not buying tea
78881 Imposing tea tax
78882 Both of them
78883 None of the above

11. How much was the tea tax?

78884 14 Pennies
78885 12 Pennies
78886 8 Pennies
78887 3 Pennies

12. What did the Boston Tea Party symbolize?

78888 Created tea demand
78889 Showed British how war American colonists can go
78890 Both of them
78891 None of the above

13. How long did the Boston Tea Party last?

78892 1 hour
78893 2 hours
78894 3 hours
78895 4 hours

14. What did the Sons of Liberty dress up as?

78896 Leaders
78897 Colonists
78898 Tea Bags
78899 Mohawks

15. Why did the sons change their dress up?

78900 To hide their identity
78901 To look like leaders
78902 Both of them
78903 None of the above
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