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EVENTS LEADING UP TO AND INCLUDING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

EVENTS LEADING UP TO AND INCLUDING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

EVENTS LEADING UP TO AND INCLUDING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Presented By: Tammy Pittman. KING GEORGE III. George III became King of Great Britain in 1760 during the Seven Years' War He saw the loss of the American colonies in the War of Independence

By Faraday
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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
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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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Causes of the American Revolution 1763-1775

Causes of the American Revolution 1763-1775

Causes of the American Revolution 1763-1775. I. What Gradual Steps Steer Colonists Toward a Desire for American Independence & Unity? (pre-1754). Original colonists have “alternative” mindset from beginning Traditions of colonial courts & law making bodies

By thao
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the American Revolution

the American Revolution

the American Revolution. The Beginning . French and Indian war leads to Revolution . British ends up $140 million in debt and needs the colonists to help pay it off Colonists realized the British army isn’t invincible

By temima
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THE LATE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES

THE LATE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES

THE LATE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES. To Jackson. EVENTS LEADING TO THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR (1750-1776). In 1754 the colonists considered themselves English . ALBANY PLAN OF UNION. In 1754, representatives from seven colonies met in Albany. Developed by Benjamin Franklin.

By thadeus
(128 views)

Chapter 5 Practice Test

Chapter 5 Practice Test

United States History Mastery Test A. Chapter 5 Practice Test. Part A: Read each sentence. Write T if the statement is true and F if it is false. False True False True True False False True.

By marjean
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Salutary Neglect: 1607-1763

Salutary Neglect: 1607-1763

Salutary Neglect: 1607-1763. Salutary neglect was an undocumented, though long-standing British policy of avoiding strict enforcement of parliamentary laws, meant to keep the American colonies obedient to Great Britain.

By shlomo
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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
(378 views)

TAXING THE COLONIES! Student Simulation

TAXING THE COLONIES! Student Simulation

TAXING THE COLONIES! Student Simulation. Classroom Historical Experience Reality. Memorandum announced that students had to pay for photocopies. The Sugar Act was an attempt to raise money to run the colonies by taxing the colonists.

By novia
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Development of Free Enterprise Economy in the U.S.

Development of Free Enterprise Economy in the U.S.

Development of Free Enterprise Economy in the U.S. From mercantilism to market economy. ht tp://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-08-17/ryan-revives-old-national-fixation-on-free-enterprise-.html. What Mercantilism is…. I n the beginning, England created 13 Colonies … and it was good .

By yen
(169 views)

Chapter 17

Chapter 17

American and French Revolution. Chapter 17. British French Rivalry. French and Indian War 1754-1763; known as the 7 years war Treaty of Paris in 1763 confirmed the sweeping British victories not only in North America but in other parts of the world. British large debt

By norton
(136 views)

ROAD TO REVOLUTION

ROAD TO REVOLUTION

ROAD TO REVOLUTION. PART I: EARLY PROBLEMS. AFTER THE F & I WAR. * England is left broke (war debt). * Colonists question why they still need England. * England and Colonies see the situation after the war differently *This strains their relationship during a series

By claus
(128 views)

The Act Facts

The Act Facts

The Act Facts. Your Name. The Sugar Act. 1764 It placed a tax on foreign goods such as sugar, coffee, and indigo. Principal People The colonists boycotted items with duties. The British prime minister proposed the Stamp Act. The Stamp Act. What year? Requirements Principal People

By brone
(134 views)

French & Indian War The battle for Quebec was the decisive conflict in the French & Indian War

French & Indian War The battle for Quebec was the decisive conflict in the French & Indian War

French & Indian War The battle for Quebec was the decisive conflict in the French & Indian War (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons) The French & Indian War A) exerted economic pressure on France, but not Great Britain

By harper
(224 views)

Tuesday, Oct. 8

Tuesday, Oct. 8

Tuesday, Oct. 8. 1 . Get out your History Spiral put your binder on the floor 2. Update your Table of Contents Date Title Entry # 10/7 Warm-Up’s Oct. 7 th to 10 th 32 10/7 Causes of Revolution Vocabulary/People 33 10/8 Pontiac’s Rebellion Graphic Organizer 34

By tokala
(70 views)

Causes for the American Revolution

Causes for the American Revolution

Causes for the American Revolution. 10 Causes for the American Revolution. There are several other "causes" for the American Revolution that are not mentioned below--speeches, organizations--these just happen to be the most concrete and agreed upon (and the ones mentioned in our text).

By elinor
(131 views)

Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer. What were the Intolerable Acts? Who carried out the attack that is known as the Boston Tea Party? Who were the Minutemen?. CH 5 Americans Revolt. The Start of it all…. On July 9 th , 1776 the Declaration of Independence was read for the first time in New York City.

By tirzah
(80 views)

American Revolution

American Revolution

American Revolution. Lesson 2 5.22.2011. We have been studying the Causes of the American Revolution . Were the 13 colonies independent in 1750 ? The 13 colonies were not independent. King George III. English Parliament. Review. What were the colonies not happy about ?

By cale
(129 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
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