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Which one of the following men did not set out on horseback warning villagers that the British were coming? A) Paul Revere B) Patrick Henry C) Samuel Prescott D) William Dawes
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User: Which one of the following men did not set out on horseback warning villagers that the British were coming? A) Paul Revere B) Patrick Henry C) Samuel Prescott D) William Dawes

Weegy: d
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User: Which act addressed English soldiers and officials who had committed serious crimes in Massachusetts? A) Quebec Act B) Quartering Act C) Administration of Justice Act D) Boston Port Act

Weegy: a
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User: Why did the colonists worry about the Quebec Act? A) The French would force them to move. B) Canada would take over all the colonies. C) The colonists would be forced to speak French. D) Colonists believed it was a threat to their self-government.

Weegy: c
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User: Which group came up with a signal to warn one another if the English troops were on the move? A) minutemen B) Royal governors C) Sons of Liberty D) redcoats

Weegy: c
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User: According to Thomas Gage's spies, in which town had the minutemen been collecting a large amount of arms? A) Boston B) Concord C) New York D) Lexington

Weegy: b
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User: What did the colonists do when they participated in the Boston Tea Party? A) They drank tea. B) The colonists celebrated colonial independence. C) They broke English laws. D) They united the colonies.

Weegy: c
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User: Which side fired the shot heard around the world? A) No one knows which side fired first. B) The English fired first. C) Americans fired the first shot. D) The French fired first.

Weegy: a
Expert answered|selymi|Points 1922|

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Actually, for the first question, I answered D for my test, and it was wrong. I think the answer is B, Patrick Henry.
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