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Timeline Activity: American Revolution

Timeline Activity: American Revolution

Timeline Activity: American Revolution. To conclude Unit 2 we will cover the American Revolution. To help you keep track of important events you will create a timeline.

By raine
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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
(393 views)

The War for Independence

The War for Independence

The War for Independence . Lessons 1 and 2. The Second Continental Congress.

By carol
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War for Independence Chapter 8

War for Independence Chapter 8

War for Independence Chapter 8. 20 Questions! Compiled by T. Sams. What letter was sent asking King George the Third to repeal the Intolerable Acts?. Olive Branch Petition. Who was chosen to lead the Continental army? . George Washington.

By franklin
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Materials Get a notes page from the table

Materials Get a notes page from the table

Objective : Explain how the Continental Army gained control of Boston. Materials Get a notes page from the table. Colonel William Prescott’s army at Bunker Hill. Homework Notebook Quiz (tomorrow) Last day for States Test & makeup work.

By dianne
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Colonial Discontent

Colonial Discontent

Colonial Discontent. U.S History Mr. Szyzdek. Wars of Empire. France, Britain, Spain and the Netherlands were the major players in colonization throughout the world. In North America, Britain's greatest rival was France.

By thor
(88 views)

Pre Revolutionary War

Pre Revolutionary War

Pre Revolutionary War. By . The French and Indian War. Dates Causes Facts. The French and Indian War. Before/After Maps Results. The Albany Plan of Union. Explanation. Join or Die Cartoon. Explanation. Colonial Leaders. Ben Franklin John Hancock. The Proclamation Act of 1763.

By cloris
(139 views)

The Revolutionary Period

The Revolutionary Period

The Revolutionary Period. The Impact of the French & Indian War. Who was fighting who in the French and Indian War and Why?. The British and their Indian allies were fighting the French and their Indian allies… why?

By metea
(71 views)

The Third amendment

The Third amendment

The Third amendment. By Thyra Herrmann & Sarah Clemens. Why?.

By iren
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First Continental Congress and Lexington and Concord

First Continental Congress and Lexington and Concord

First Continental Congress and Lexington and Concord. A few British leaders worried the Intolerable Acts would push the colonies into rebellion. George III was sure they would force the colonists to give in to British authority.

By arien
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The Acts .

The Acts .

By the group of: Tyler Dawson, Marquese Hayes, Chris Reid, Connor Nichols. The Acts . An act of the British parliament that created a monopoly unfair to American tea merchants ;The chief cause of the Boston tea party. Passed by parliament on May 10, 1773. Tea act .

By remy
(176 views)

THIS

THIS

THIS. IS. JEOPARDY. Your. With. Host. Mr. Drake!. Born on the 4 th of July. Is that a wig… Or are you just happy to see me?. Who do you think you are?. So, you want a Revolution?. A Nation’s Beginnings. Plymouth Rocked Yo ;). 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 4 00. 4 00.

By zorion
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The American Revolutionary War

The American Revolutionary War

The American Revolutionary War. Causes of the War. Main cause was solitary neglect The act of Britain leaving its established colonies to fend for themselves to focus on developing new colonies Minor escalating causes (British) Sugar Act Declatory Acts Stamp Act Townshed Acts

By red
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“ The Intolerable Acts”- Text p. 169-172

“ The Intolerable Acts”- Text p. 169-172

“ The Intolerable Acts”- Text p. 169-172. What rights were threatened by the Intolerable Acts (Coercive Acts)? In response to the Boston Tea Party the British Parliament passed the “Intolerable Acts” in 1774. They closed the port of Boston , banned town meetings in

By gomer
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How did we become independent from England?

How did we become independent from England?

How did we become independent from England?. Enlightenment ideas spread in the colonies England raises taxes to pay for the French and Indian War Colonists protest taxes with events like the Boston Tea Party

By mayten
(133 views)

Steps that led to The Declaration of Independence

Steps that led to The Declaration of Independence

Steps that led to The Declaration of Independence. King of England (King George) vs. The Colonies. Jamestown Colony. First permanent settlement established in 1607 Pretty much ran itself with little royal involvement until 1754 (150 years). French Indian War 1754-1763.

By huslu
(122 views)

Thursday , Nov. 10

Thursday , Nov. 10

Thursday , Nov. 10. 1. Update your table of contents Date Title Entry # 11/3 Colonial Resistance Grows worksheet 47 11/3 Boston Massacre Primary Source 49 11/7 Boston Massacre OPTIC /Taco 50

By glenys
(158 views)

The Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation. Recap of Yesterday’s Lesson. Three Main Ideas There were rules: Magna Carta, Petition of Right, English Bill of Rights Those rules were broken: Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts We were forced to make new rules. Declaration of Independence, Virginia Bill of Rights.

By bryant
(62 views)

Revolution in Georgia

Revolution in Georgia

Revolution in Georgia. Essential Questions. What are the immediate and long-term causes of the American Revolution and their impact on Georgia?. • How was Georgia’s economy impacted before, during, and after the Revolutionary War?.

By bunme
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Revolutionary War Activities

Revolutionary War Activities

Revolutionary War Activities. Mary Jane Manning. Main Points of the 1760’s. 1754: French and Indian War 1760: George III crowned King of England 1763: Royal Proclamation of 1763 1765: Stamp Act 1766: The Quartering Act and Repeal of the Stamp Act 1767: Townshend Acts.

By alvaro
(114 views)

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