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Causes of the American Revolution

Causes of the American Revolution

Causes of the American Revolution. Objective 1.03. Long Term Causes. Mercantilism- using colonies for her natural resources. Navigation Acts (1660). Enacted to tighten England’s control of trade in the colonies Had to transport using British ships

By daniel_millan
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SSUSH3 The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution.

SSUSH3 The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution.

SSUSH3 The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution. a. Explain how the end of Anglo-French imperial competition as seen in the French and Indian War and the 1763 Treaty of Paris laid the groundwork for the American Revolution

By Sophia
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French and Indian wAR

French and Indian wAR

French and Indian wAR. Treaty of Paris. 1763: Representatives from Great Britain, France, and Spain signed this treaty in Paris This ended the French and Indian War ( Colonies) and the Seven Years’ War (Europe) France gives present-day Canada over to Great Britain

By lotus
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The Original 13 Colonies

The Original 13 Colonies

The Original 13 Colonies. Reasons why England valued its North American colonies. 1. The colonies supplied food and raw materials - $$$ 2. The colonies purchased large amounts of finished English goods - $$$. Reasons why England’s North American colonies could be problematic.

By issac
(261 views)

America’s History , 8 th Edition, Chapter 5 Review Video

America’s History , 8 th Edition, Chapter 5 Review Video

www.Apushreview.com. America’s History , 8 th Edition, Chapter 5 Review Video. The Problems of Empire ( 1763 - 1776). Check out the description for videos that match up with the new curriculum. The Costs of Empire: Britain’s debt increased drastically after the 7 Years’ War

By ostinmannual
(334 views)

APUSH Review: The Final Exam Review, 2014 Edition Part I

APUSH Review: The Final Exam Review, 2014 Edition Part I

APUSH Review: The Final Exam Review, 2014 Edition Part I. (Hopefully) Everything You Need To Know To Succeed On May 14, 2014. www.Apushreview.com. Colonial America through 1776. First people came to the Americas through the Bering Straight from Asia European colonization

By albert
(490 views)

Chapter 5 Power Point Review

Chapter 5 Power Point Review

Chapter 5 Power Point Review. Use this to help you study for your test and the midterm. Where did the French and Indian War begin?. The Ohio River Valley. What was the cause of the French and Indian War?.

By beata
(279 views)

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
(175 views)

Chapter 4 The American Revolution (1765-1783)

Chapter 4 The American Revolution (1765-1783)

Chapter 4 The American Revolution (1765-1783). How might the distance between the colonies in North America and England have caused problems?. Section 1:. Causes of the Revolution. British liberty. Due process of common law Trial by jury Freedom of the press

By jana
(519 views)

Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. “The Road to Revolution”. Roots of the Revolution. The American Revolution began when the first colonists set foot on America. Distance Weakens authority; great distance weakens authority greatly. Sailing across the Atlantic in took 6 to 8 weeks

By chesna
(260 views)

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 mistico
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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
(247 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)

Reasons That the Colonies Went to War With England VS 5a

Reasons That the Colonies Went to War With England VS 5a

Reasons That the Colonies Went to War With England VS 5a. The English Viewpoint. The King ran England’s government. Parliament: The legislative branch of England’s government.

By leigh
(123 views)

“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
(394 views)

On the Edge of Revolution

On the Edge of Revolution

On the Edge of Revolution. King George III. England’s Reasons For Control. England desired to remain a world power .

By makya
(76 views)

Chapter 4: The WAR FOR independence

Chapter 4: The WAR FOR independence

Chapter 4. Chapter 4: The WAR FOR independence. Chapter 4. Section 1: The Stirrings of Rebellion. During the 1700’s…. New ideas regarding society, citizenship & government emerged What is the purpose of government?. European Enlightenment Philosophy 1700’s- Influenced American Colonists.

By marcella
(101 views)

1 st Quarter Review

1 st Quarter Review

1 st Quarter Review. You will have 15-20 seconds to answer each question. At that time the next question will appear. Record the number of each question and the letter of the MOST correct answer on your answer sheet. Question 1.

By erica
(118 views)

Colonists Speak Out

Colonists Speak Out

Colonists Speak Out. LESSON 3. The Sugar Act. British leaders wanted American colonists to pay more taxes. The money would help pay for the French and Indian War. In 1764 British government passed the Sugar Act . This act added tax to sugar and other goods coming into the colonies.

By lew
(465 views)

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
(378 views)

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