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A MERICA : A N ARRATIVE H ISTORY Brief 8th Edition George Brown Tindall & David Emory Shi © 2010 W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. C HAPTER 4 The Imperial Perspective
English Administration of the Colonies The mercantile system Enforcing the Navigation Acts
English Administration of the Colonies The Lords of Trade The Dominion of New England The Glorious Revolution in America
English Administration of the Colonies An emerging colonial system Creation of the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations
The Habit of Self-Government Powers of the governors Powers of the assemblies
Troubled Neighbors Displacing the Native Americans Bacons Rebellion
Troubled Neighbors Spanish America in decline New France
Troubled Neighbors The Jesuits in New France
Colonial Wars King Williams War (1689–1697) Queen Annes War (1702–1713) King Georges War (1744–1748)
Colonial Wars The French and Indian War (1756–1763) George Washington
Colonial Wars The Albany Congress Great Britains navy victory at Nova Scotia
Major Campaigns of the French and Indian War America, 8th Edition Copyright © 2010 W.W. Norton & Company
Colonial Wars A world war The Battle of Quebec
North America, 1713 America, 8th Edition Copyright © 2010 W.W. Norton & Company
North America, 1763 America, 8th Edition Copyright © 2010 W.W. Norton & Company
Colonial Wars The Peace of Paris, 1763
Additional Art in Chapter 4
America, 8th Edition Copyright © 2010 W.W. Norton & Company Boston from the southeast
America, 8th Edition Copyright © 2010 W.W. Norton & Company The Boston State House
America, 8th Edition Copyright © 2010 W.W. Norton & Company Champlain in New France
America, 8th Edition Copyright © 2010 W.W. Norton & Company The first American political cartoon
A MERICA : A N ARRATIVE H ISTORY Brief 8th Edition George Brown Tindall & David Emory Shi © 2010 W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. This concludes the lecture presentation for Chapter 4. Visit the StudySpace for more resources: wwnorton.com/studyspace
A MERICA : A N ARRATIVE H ISTORY 8th Edition George Brown Tindall & David Emory Shi © 2010 W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. C HAPTER 4 The Imperial Perspective.
The Empire Under Strain Chapter 4. Distance After Glorious Revolution (1688) England made no serious effort to tighten control over colonies After Glorious.
Information Chapter 6- The Duel for North America
Chapter 16 The Transatlantic Economy, Trade Wars and Colonial Rebellion.
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.
France in the War of American Independence Dr. Philip P. Boucher Distinguished Professor of History, emeritus University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Colonialism & the Second Hundred Years War But now, for something completely different.... Anglo-Dutch warfare in the late 1600s –Fought for mercantile.
Unit 2 Colonial America to the French and Indian War.
Causes and Effects of the French and Indian War. Navigation Acts - England tries to control trade: 1. All trade must be in English ships. 2. Captain and.
Jeopardy! Important Figures Colonial Culture Colonial Politics French & Indian War Important Terms Potpourri
Colonies in North America. Competing in North America Colony: region controlled by a foreign country French, English, Dutch want a claim in the New World.
Early Colonial Period Colonial Labor & Trade The Am.
Jeopardy British Legislation People Which Came First? Second Continental Congress
The Enlightenment, British Government, & The American Revolution.
A THE ROAD TO REVOLUTION Mr. Long Anderson High School Cincinnati, Ohio.
Chapter Two Section Two. The Birth of a Democratic Nation.
Americas History Sixth Edition CHAPTER 3 The British Empire in America 1660–1750 Copyright © 2008 by Bedford/St. Martins Henretta Brody Dumenil.
Unit II American Revolution. France Attempts Colonization King Louis XIV took interest in Overseas Colonies Established Quebec as “New France” Also Found.
TEST #1 LESSON NOTES US History. Strategies for colonization -Spain-Government Financed-Central and South America -England – Joint-stock companies – Atlantic.
Chapter 4 - Life in the Colonies Between the years of almost a million people came over from Europe.
Samuel de Champlain (1567?-1635) was a French explorer and navigator who mapped much of northeastern North America and started a settlement in Quebec.
The Road to the Revolution Booklet Study Guide Answers to Events A - E Packet Pages 2-4.
Welcome to 8 TH grade DMS U.S. History Unit 3 Review.
Who rules the roost?. But in reality, how do I get those colonists to obey my rules? What I say goes!
The American Revolution and British North America What is a revolution?
4.4 The French and Indian War The Seven Years War.
Road to Revolution Chesapeake Society Very unhealthy area –50% died before they were 20 –Women died at a higher rate –Lots of immigration.
A.P. U.S. History Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
The Proclamation of 1763 What was the Proclamation of 1763? Why were the colonists upset about the Proclamation? SS4H4 The student will explain the causes,
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