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The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. The American Revolution. The Revolution = more than the War of Independence A revolution in thought… Colonists begin to see themselves as distinct from Britain Begin to question the need for monarchy A long process that is accelerated by the events of 1763-1776.

By sawyer
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Tighter British Control

Tighter British Control

Tighter British Control. Chapter 6 Lesson 1 Describe the Sugar and Stamp Act and the impact they had on the colonists. The Colonies and Britain Grow Apart. American Colonist were excited and proud in fighting and defeating the French Tensions would rise following the war

By trey
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Events Leading to the American Revolution

Events Leading to the American Revolution

Events Leading to the American Revolution. 1754-1774. French and Indian War 1754-1763. Britain battled France and Native Indians and won. Many colonists fought with the British. Britain won the right to keep Canada and other territories. Sugar Act (4/5/1764).

By Jimmy
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British Taxation Acts

British Taxation Acts

British Taxation Acts. Fill out your chart as we go through the following Acts! . The Navigation Acts. Proclamation of 1763. Sugar Act (1764). Currency Act (1764). Stamp Act (1765). Quartering Act (1765). Declaratory Act (1766). Townshend Acts (1767). Intolerable Acts (1774).

By manchu
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Road to the Revolution!

Road to the Revolution!

Road to the Revolution!. Chapter 6. Tighter British Control. Chapter 6, Section 1. Political Causes for a break with Britain!. England’s neglect of the colonies! Taxation with representation! What??? Colonists were having to pay taxes without someone to represent them in Parliament!

By skyler
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Sunday March 23 rd 2014 Lauren Perfect Haileybury lauren.perfect@haileybury.vic.edu.au

Sunday March 23 rd 2014 Lauren Perfect Haileybury lauren.perfect@haileybury.vic.edu.au

HTAV Student Lectures. Sunday March 23 rd 2014 Lauren Perfect Haileybury lauren.perfect@haileybury.vic.edu.au. American Revolution. Revolutionary Ideas, Leaders, Movements and Events 1763 (End of French and Indian War) – 1776 (Declaration of Independence) .

By halden
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Chapter 6 The Road to Revolution

Chapter 6 The Road to Revolution

Chapter 6 The Road to Revolution. England tightens control over the colonies. Tensions Arise With England. After the French and Indian War, Britain wanted to govern all its landholdings in North America equally Parliament began to impose new laws and restrictions on colonists

By aiko
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The Townshend Acts

The Townshend Acts

The Townshend Acts. Bringing Britain and the Colonies Closer to War. REVIEW:. Write down 2 important facts about the Sugar Act. How did the colonies react? Write down 2 important facts about the Stamp Act. How did the colonies react?. The Stamp Act Fails!.

By bailey
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AP EXAM REVIEW ! Part II

AP EXAM REVIEW ! Part II

AP EXAM REVIEW ! Part II. #2 The road to Independence (1750-1781). The road to independence. In 1754 the colonists still considered themselves English subjects Very few could have imagined circumstances under which they would leave the British Empire

By erv
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Causes of the American Revolution

Causes of the American Revolution

Causes of the American Revolution. Goal 1- Objective 1.03 Civics and Economics. Goals and Objectives. Goal 1 - The learner will investigate the foundations of the American political system and explore basic values and principles of American democracy.

By walda
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The Road to Revolution: (1763-1776)

The Road to Revolution: (1763-1776)

The Road to Revolution: (1763-1776). Less Colonial Dependence on Britain Colonials have less respect for British military Colonial Leadership emerges Britain Faces Debt and Increased Costs of Empire. Consequences of the GWFE. Better Enforcement of Navigation Acts New Regulations

By scott
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Steps to Revolution

Steps to Revolution

Steps to Revolution. Proclamation of 1763 Who: king What: Colonists can’t move west of Appalachians Why: Must keep treaties with Native Americans Where: Ohio River Valley and along Appalachians Result: king says to follow but doesn’t enforce it. Sugar Act of 1764 Who: Parliament and king

By brigid
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“No Taxation without Representation!”

“No Taxation without Representation!”

“No Taxation without Representation!”. Questions…. What was the tax/act imposed on the colonists? How did/might the act effect the colonies’ relationship with Great Britain?. Navigation Acts. The colonies were only allowed to TRADE WITH BRITAIN.

By ordell
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Chapter 5 – The Spirit of Independence 1763 - 1776

Chapter 5 – The Spirit of Independence 1763 - 1776

Chapter 5 – The Spirit of Independence 1763 - 1776. Taxation without Representation. Describe how the British government angered the American colonists after the French and Indian War. . Section Vocabulary Revenue Writs of assistance Resolution Boycott Effigy Nonimportation Repeal

By pegeen
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The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. Unit One Part Two. Problems with the Stamp Act. Admiralty Courts No jury Burden of proof—defendant Finances occupying army Radical Whigs? (Sniff sniff ) Legislation v. taxation “no taxation w/out representation” Colonial legislatures “Virtual Representation”.

By palani
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RAP (left side)

RAP (left side)

Lesson 7 What Experiences Led to the American Revolution? Date. RAP (left side). Copy the following sentences about the purpose of this lesson and fill in the blanks using page 57 in the textbook. In this lesson I will learn:

By vachel
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Imperial Wars and Colonial Protests

Imperial Wars and Colonial Protests

APUSH. Imperial Wars and Colonial Protests. French and Indian War. Was known as “Seven Years War” in Europe. Began with battle at Fort Duquesne. Colonel George Washington and his Virginia militia surrendered to the French.

By cassie
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independence

independence

independence. Trevor Wolfe. Navigation acts 1650-1700. Control of trade, sugar acts ,special courts ,currency act, stiff ling colonial manufactory ,resentment . Proclamation of 1763. Past after the French and Indian war by king GeorgeIII.recognized the right of the Indians.

By roman
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Emerging Tensions between the B ritish and the Colonists

Emerging Tensions between the B ritish and the Colonists

Emerging Tensions between the B ritish and the Colonists. I. Emerging Tensions between British and Colonists II. The French and Indian War. Western Expansion. Mid-1700’s colonial population increases (almost doubles in 25 years ) Better birth rate Rising immigration

By saber
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AP REVIEW #1

AP REVIEW #1

AP REVIEW #1. Jeopardy!. Welcome!. AP REVIEW #1 - round one. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. These were designed to eliminate Dutch shippers from competition with the British.

By tobit
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