The Albany Plan of Union: Definition & Summary


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The Albany Plan of Union was passed by which body?

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1. The Albany Congress was initially convened to deal with what upcoming event?

2. Who would govern along with the President-General in the new colonial government established by the Albany Plan of Union?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Challenge your understanding of the Albany Plan of Union using this interactive quiz and worksheet combo. You will be quizzed on its history, conditions, and its constructors.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics covered in this quiz will include the Albany Plan's:

  • Creation
  • Goals
  • Reception

Skills Practiced

Use these skills to help you with this quiz and worksheet:

  • Interpreting information - analyze the information you've read to determine who would govern alongside the President-General according to the Albany Plan of Union
  • Knowledge application - use the knowledge you have gained regarding the provisions of the Albany Plan of Union by answering a question about its passage
  • Reading comprehension - recall the information you have read concerning the reason the Albany Congress was assembled

Additional Learning

Dive deeper into the Albany Plan of Union by studying the lesson entitled The Albany Plan of Union: Definition & Summary. This lesson will examine topics, such as:

  • Britain's influence on the American colonies
  • The goals of the Albany Congress
  • The Albany Plan's effect on American history