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Question 1: The same treaty recognised the independence of the ________, directly to the north.
PhilippinesCanadaUnited StatesAlaska

Question 2: ________'s Secretary of State John Quincy Adams defined the American position on this issue.
James MonroeJohn C. CalhounThomas JeffersonJames Barbour

Question 3: Adams accused Spain of breaking Pinckney's Treaty by failing to control the ________.
Native Americans in the United StatesMuscogee (Creek)FloridaSeminole

Question 4: East Florida was originally a part of ________.
Muscogee (Creek)North CarolinaGeorgia (U.S. state)Spanish Florida

Question 5: Both Floridas remained loyal to Great Britain during the ________.
American Revolutionary WarNew York and New Jersey campaignAmerican RevolutionMilitary history of the United States

Question 6: In the ________, which ended the war, the British ceded both Floridas to Spain.
Treaty of Paris (1783)Thirteen ColoniesLouisiana PurchaseAmerican Revolutionary War

Question 7: Spain participated indirectly in the war as an ally of ________ and captured Pensacola from the British in 1781.
CanadaItalyUnited KingdomFrance

Question 8: The British divided the territory into two parts, East Florida, with its capital at St. Augustine, and ________, with its capital at Pensacola.
Mississippi TerritoryWest FloridaMississippi RiverLouisiana

Question 9: Under the terms of the Treaty of Paris (1763), which ended the Seven Years' War, Spain ceded all of its territory east and southeast of the ________ to the Kingdom of Great Britain.
MinnesotaIowaLouisianaMississippi River







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