'Ohio river valley' presentation slideshows

Ohio river valley - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1. Norton Media Library. Give Me Liberty! An American History Second Edition Volume 1. by Eric Foner. I. First Americans. Arrival of Native Americans Gradual settlement across Americas Environmental change and rise of agriculture Aztec and Inca Empires.

By anana
(249 views)

Seven Years War

Seven Years War

Seven Years War. (French and Indian War 1755-1760) 1754-1763. War for Empire in Europe. France vs. Britain in Europe War spills into colonial possessions In N. America: Competition to control trade in the Ohio River Valley among several groups British/British colonists French

By walker
(342 views)

The War of 1812

The War of 1812

The War of 1812. Causes of the War of 1812 The War Begins The Effects of the War on America. The Presidency of James Madison. Elected in 1808 Virginian lawyer and student of history Wrote a large part of the U.S. Constitution

By evangelina
(190 views)

Essential Question :

Essential Question :

Essential Question : How did imperial competition between Britain & France lead to the French & Indian War Warm-Up Question : In what ways was the relationship between Great Britain and the colonies like that of a parent to a child?. Class Activity.

By mayes
(154 views)

The Americas in 1491

The Americas in 1491

The Americas in 1491 . Prior to European arrival in the Americas, there were approximately 50-100 million native Americans Many were complex civilizations with written language, religions, cities. All adapted and shaped their environment. South and Central America

By natala
(177 views)

The Treaty of Paris

The Treaty of Paris

The Treaty of Paris. Pgs. 316-317. The End of the War. The Battle of Yorktown did not end the American Revolution. The Treaty of Paris officially ended the American Revolution. A treaty is a written agreement between countries. Why was the meeting held in Paris?.

By arianna
(241 views)

SS8H3 TSW analyze the role of Georgia in the American Revolution.

SS8H3 TSW analyze the role of Georgia in the American Revolution.

SS8H3 TSW analyze the role of Georgia in the American Revolution. 1.

By bettina
(112 views)

Chapter 1 Notes

Chapter 1 Notes

Chapter 1 Notes. The World Before the Opening of the Atlantic. Essential Question. What early Native Americans societies existed North America prior to 1492, and what were their contributions?. ANSWER. EARLIEST CULTURES Aztec – around A.D. 1168 moved into central Mexico

By briar
(155 views)

Road To Independence

Road To Independence

Road To Independence. 1750, Mohawk Indian brought to William Johnson a lead plate; It was a land marker claiming the Ohio and all of the Northwest territory for the King of France It claimed also the Mississippi Valley for France. French Connection.

By bran
(249 views)

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War. “England and France compete in North America”. French and English Collide.

By zahina
(144 views)

Chapter 9 The Terrestrial Planets

Chapter 9 The Terrestrial Planets

Chapter 9 The Terrestrial Planets. Mercury: The Messenger. Mercury’s temperature range is the most extreme in the solar system. 59 day rotation and lack of an appreciable atmosphere means temperatures vary enormously from one side of the planet to the other.

By ross
(110 views)

The Great War for Empire French and Indian War (1754-1763) [Seven Years’ War - Europe]

The Great War for Empire French and Indian War (1754-1763) [Seven Years’ War - Europe]

The Great War for Empire French and Indian War (1754-1763) [Seven Years’ War - Europe]. between Britain and France 1754-1760 (63) colonies supporting Britain Indians supporting France spanned three different continents Britain victorious - Treaty of Paris (1763)

By velma
(447 views)

Rising Expectations (1763-1783)

Rising Expectations (1763-1783)

Rising Expectations (1763-1783). African Americans and the Struggle for Independence. The Crisis of the British Empire. The struggle between the British and French empires over the Ohio River Valley and its fur trade resulted in the Seven Years War (or French and Indian War).

By corentine
(0 views)

9.2 Challenges to the New Government

9.2 Challenges to the New Government

9.2 Challenges to the New Government. Securing the Northwest Territory. Trans-Appalachian West was the land between the App. Mountains and the Mississippi River. Spain held nearly all of the land west of the Miss. River and also the port of New Orleans.

By maurice
(97 views)

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War. An Outline Created by Mr. Stephenson. A. Prelude to War. Four nations claimed North American land: France, Spain, Great Britain, and Russia. A. Prelude to War.

By cosette
(108 views)

UNIT 2.2

UNIT 2.2

UNIT 2.2. THE WAR. EXPANDS. MR LANGHORST. 20. Which European country began to secretly help the colonists starting in 1776?. France secretly began to help the colonies starting in 1776. 21. At what point did European nations begin to officially help the colonies?.

By chadrick
(102 views)

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War. Chapter 7 – Lesson 3 P.246-251. Conflicts Over Land. Population of the colonies grew quickly Settlers began to move west because of crowding Native Americans were already on this land and resisted settlers

By elise
(7 views)

APUSH REVIEW

APUSH REVIEW

APUSH REVIEW. APUSH. Which of the following statements about  the settlers that arrived at Plymouth in 1620 is not true?. their original goal was a landfall farther south, at the northern edge of Virginia Company territory while English, they had lived for a time in the Netherlands

By eydie
(306 views)

The French and Indian War…

The French and Indian War…

The French and Indian War…. The North American Theater of the Seven Years’ War. Objectives for the Day. You should be able to identify the major players in the French & Indian War You should be able to cite the four primary reasons why the French & Indian War began

By lavina
(338 views)

Pre-Columbian Indian Civilizations

Pre-Columbian Indian Civilizations

Pre-Columbian Indian Civilizations. Continental Diversity. Diverse landscapes create distinct habitats, social structures, and cultural patterns 10 million people speaking 400 languages by the time of Columbus. Indigenous Societies. Extensive trade networks spread ideas and innovations

By alexis
(85 views)

View Ohio river valley PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Ohio river valley PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Ohio river valley presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.