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Warm-Up (8)

Warm-Up (8)

Warm-Up (8). Quiz 1 Paste in yesterday’s articles into your notebook on page 70. Announcements. No name: yeah you got a zero Liars Saturday School starting up this Saturday 2 hours of lifework completion 1 hour of community service work. Quote of the Week (1). Today’s Mission (15).

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The American Colonies Declare Independence

The American Colonies Declare Independence

The American Colonies Declare Independence. Take Cornell Notes from the slides. You will need to write one question for each slide of text, and a summary. Copy the notes in red . Write the notes in blue in your own words. The words in black are for your information.

By liam
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Chapter 2 : Lesson 2 Uniting for Independence

Chapter 2 : Lesson 2 Uniting for Independence

Chapter 2 : Lesson 2 Uniting for Independence. Essential Question. Why and how did the colonists declare Independence?. Colonies on Their Own. For almost 150 years, the American colonies ruled themselves without interference from England. Kings and Queens of Great Britain.

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Chapter 5: The Enlightenment and American Revolution

Chapter 5: The Enlightenment and American Revolution

Chapter 5: The Enlightenment and American Revolution. Section1: Philosophy and the Age of Reason. Section 1 Focus.

By petra
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Section 1: The Roots of American Democracy Section 2: American Independence

Section 1: The Roots of American Democracy Section 2: American Independence

Section 1: The Roots of American Democracy Section 2: American Independence Section 3: Articles of Confederation Section 4: The Constitutional Convention Section 5: Ratification and the Bill of Rights. Chapter 2: Origins of American Government. Section 1 at a Glance.

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Section 1 at a Glance

Section 1 at a Glance

Section 1 at a Glance. The Roots of American Democracy The English political heritage of representative government, limited government, and individual rights influenced the development of government in the United States.

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The Proclamation of 1763

The Proclamation of 1763

The Proclamation of 1763. Colonists wanted to move past the Appalachian Mountain. Made on October 7, 1763 An O An Ottawa Chief from the great lakes region united several American Indian nations to stop the colonists. Native Americans captured 8 British forts by the spring of 1760.

By halima
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The Road to the American Revolution

The Road to the American Revolution

The Road to the American Revolution. The end of the French & Indian War (1763), marked the start of the road towards the American Revolution: 1763 : Beginning of parliamentary sovereignty & Proclamation Line 1765-67 : Stamp & Townshend Acts

By race
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The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles

The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles

The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles. 13 Colonies. France. Anglo-French Imperial Competition. England. Empire. Background History BYE, BYE, FRANCE Rivalry. vs. French Forts. Settled in Ohio Valley

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The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles

The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles

The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles. 13 Colonies. France. Anglo-French Imperial Competition. England. Empire. Background History BYE, BYE, FRANCE Rivalry. vs. French Forts. Settled in Ohio Valley

By queenie
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The Birth of a Democratic Nation

The Birth of a Democratic Nation

The Birth of a Democratic Nation. Chapter 2 Section 2 Notes. Declaration of Independence. The document that declared that the American colonies were independent from the government of Great Britain. It established America as its own nation. What led to the Declaration of Independence?.

By zanthe
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Problems in the English Colonies

Problems in the English Colonies

Problems in the English Colonies. Why the colonists began to hate the King. French and Indian War.

By osmond
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BELLWORK: 1/14

BELLWORK: 1/14

BELLWORK: 1/14. Read page 494 in the textbook and answer the following: How was England’s government in the colonies set up? Was this effective? Why did Britain rely on revenues/taxes from the colonies? THINKER: What is a boycott? In your opinion, is a boycott an effective form of protest?.

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“No taxation without representation!”

“No taxation without representation!”

“No taxation without representation!”. Actions that led to the Revolutionary War. Warm Up What would you do if your favorite clothes suddenly cost three times as much as it did the last time you bought it?. I. TAXES. A. Britain was in debt after winning the French and Indian War.

By susan
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The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. Do now. With your partner discuss the following question:

By erv
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A History of the English Language

A History of the English Language

A History of the English Language. Chapter 5: Early Modern English. Time Line 1. 1509 Henry VIII 1534 Act of Supremacy 1536 Small monasteries dissolved 1534 English translation of Bible in any church 1547 Edward VI 1553 Mary Tudor 1558 Elizabeth I

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Ch. 4 Sec. 1-2

Ch. 4 Sec. 1-2

Ch. 4 Sec. 1-2. Pg. 112 – 121 ONLY WRITE THE BLACK!. Ch. 4 sec. 1-2 Pg. 112-121. 13 Colonies Southern Colonies Farming/Plantation lifestyle. Indentured Servants – people who had to work for 4-7 years to pay off their debt when traveling to America. Slave Codes – laws to control slaves.

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Chapter 5 Trustee Georgia 1730-1761

Chapter 5 Trustee Georgia 1730-1761

Chapter 5 Trustee Georgia 1730-1761. SS8H2 The student will analyze the colonial period of Georgia’s history. a. Explain the importance of James Oglethorpe, the Charter of 1732, reasons for settlement (charity, economics, and defense), Tomochichi, Mary Musgrove, and the city of Savannah.

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Unit 5 Causes of the Revolution

Unit 5 Causes of the Revolution

Unit 5 Causes of the Revolution. Lessons 1-5. Vocabulary. loyalist propaganda correspond petition repeal Patriot committee. a document that people sign that formally asks leaders to do or change something someone who felt the colonies should remain loyal to Britain

By jeff
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Period 2: 1607-1754

Period 2: 1607-1754

Period 2: 1607-1754. Colonial America. Chapter 2. The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1754. European Colonialism in The New World. 1490’s—Europeans came to the America’s (the New World) in search of a place they had already been…Asia.

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