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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Acts, Acts Our Southern Neighbors Those Darn Stuarts Puritan Potpourri Leftovers
This act enabled the colonies to develop there own ship-building.
What is the Navigation Act?
This act taxed paper goods in order to help pay for British protection of the colonies.
What is the Stamp Act?
After the Boston Tea Party this act was passed to punish the colonies.
What is the Intolerable Acts?
Act which stated that only an Anglican could become monarch.
What is the Settlement Act?
Act which stated that only a Anglican could hold public office.
What is the Test Act?
City where a massacre and a tea party was held.
What is Boston?
Main writer of the Declaration of Independence.
Who is Thomas Jefferson?
America’s brilliant military leader was …
Who is George Washington?
The Bill of Rights was added to the constitution to …
What is protect basic rights such as freedom of speech, press, and religion?
French philospohe who modeled separation of powers for the American constitution.
Who is Montesquieu?
James I believed that his right to rule came from … `
Who is God?
When Charles I needed money to fight wars parliament forced him to sign this, which he later ignored.
What is the Petition of Right?
King of England who was beheaded.
Who is Charles I?
James II was overthrown in this revolution which brought William & Mary to England.
What is the Glorious Revolution?
William and Mary had to sign this before they could get the English throne.
What is the Bill of Rights?
During the English Civil War they supported the king.
Who are the Cavaliers?
During the Civil War they supported parliament.
Who are the Roundheads of the middle class?
Head of the English Republic or the Commonwealth.
Who is Cromwell?
After Cromwell’s death parliament asked this king to rule over England.
Who is Charles II?
English religious group that outlawed dancing, closed theaters, banned newspapers, etc.
Who are the Puritans?
Great Britain’s first Prime Minister.
Who is Robert Walpole?
Name of the parties in the British parliament.
What are Whigs and Tories?
Charles I appointed him Archbishop of Canterbury … an unpopular choice.
Who is William Laud?
Americans smuggled rum, sugar, etc. from here.
What is the French West Indies?
English king on the throne during the American Revolution.
Who is George III?
Glorious and American Revolutions Objective: Compare the Glorious and American Revolutions.
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The Glorious Revolution. “Good Queen Bess” Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth were good at working with Parliament. – Parliament = the legislative body (make.
Parliament Limits the English Monarchy. James I (King James Stuart of Scotland) #1) What problems did James I have as leader of England? Struggles w/Parliament.
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Do Now: Write Out Questions 1.The Enlightenment applied ______________ to the human world. Much like the Scientific Revolution applied it to the natural.
Parliament Limits the English Monarchy. Parliament is England’s legislature; they “held the purse strings” Parliament’s financial power was an obstacle.
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The English Revolution or English Civil War
Absolutism – England Objectives 1.Analyze how clashes between the Stuarts and Parliament ushered in a century of revolution. 2.Understand how the.
Absolutism – England Matching. #5 Fill-in the Blank. Pd 9 1.The first Stuart monarch. 2.The leader of the Rounheads. 3.Government whose power.
CHAPTER 11 Section 1:Civil War and Revolution Section 2:Constitutional Monarchy in England Section 3:English Colonial Expansion Section 4: The Enlightenment.
Limited Monarchy in England. Parliament had placed limits on the king's power beginning with King John and the Magna Carta. Parliament is a legislative.
England. Elizabeth I Renaissance Restored Anglican Church (Protestantism) Beat Spanish Armada Debt James I took over –King of Scotland & England.
HWH UNIT 2 CHAPTER 4.3 THE EXCEPTION TO ABSOLUTISM: ENGLAND.
Protestant – daughter of Henry VIII Became queen when Mary I died with no heir Worked well with Parliament Brought some religious tolerance to.
Parliament Triumphs in England Ch. 4 Sec Tutors ruled England Believed in Divine Right Henry used Parliament when he broke from.
The English Revolutions The Winds of Change. Notes Page This is your visual aide as an additional tool for note taking Complete the notes for each.
Parliament Limits the English Monarchy. Parliament’s Financial Power Parliament is England’s legislature; they controlled “held the purse strings” Parliament’s.
Developing the English Monarchy How did England go from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional monarchy?
England’s Struggle to End Absolutism English Civil War.
Absolute Power? We have learned about monarchies and absolute power, how can their power be limited? England is first to put some restraints on the King.
JEOPARDY REVIEW A Terms B People C Documents D Miscellaneous E Philosophers FJ.
Jeopardy Citizen Action Yanks and Brits The Puritans, Anglicans, Catholics and Philosophers $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Whose in.
Elizabethan England to Civil War. Henry VIII ( ) Tudor King Catholic turned Protestant Catholic Wife: Catherine of Aragon Daughter: Mary I (Bloody)
Civil War 2. I. King Returns to Throne A. King Returns A. King Returns Charles II became the new king, the son Charles II became the new king, the son.
Following her death, Elizabeth I left England in heavy debt and with no blood heir... Parliament has to cover her money mess and her cousin James I (King.
English Civil War and the Glorious Revolution Adair Doran.
The English Civil War Cavaliers vs Roundheads. Organization of English Govt. Monarch Parliament House of Lords House of Commons.
Important Dates and Facts: Stuart Monarchy and the Commonwealth : English Civil War: Puritans (Roundheads) versus Royalists (Cavaliers) Charles.
Parliament Limits the English Monarchy Chapter 5 Section 5.
England and the Glorious Revolution. Monarchs Clash with Parliament : James I He came to power after Elizabeth I (who spent too much money and left the.
England and Constitutionalism The Stuarts and the Road to Limited Monarchy.
English Monarchs & The Glorious Revolution Chapter 5.5.
Chapter 21.1 English and American Revolutions You have been elected to the Student Government (SG’s) at your High School. Lately, the government has.
Return of the King Monarchy is RESTORED in England.
Parliament Triumphs in England Chapter 4 Section 3 OBJECTIVES Describe the Tudor monarchs’ relations with Parliament Analyze how clashes between the Stuarts.
In 1603, Elizabeth died. She never married, so there were no heirs to continue the Tudor Dynasty Mary Stuart’s son, James I became the King of England—
Chapter 18, Lesson 2. Led by absolute monarch – rules by “divine right” – (because God said so…) Parliament – acted as advisors to the king, also as the.
Reasons for the English Civil War 1. In 1603, Elizabeth died. She never married, so there were no heirs to continue the Tudor Dynasty. Stuart Dynasty 2.
Chapter 16, Section 3 \ Parliament Triumphs in England.
English Civil War and Glorious Revolution. James I and the Origins of the English Civil War James was the son of Mary Queen of Scots and, because Elizabeth.
(The English Revolution). Charles I – King of England Believed in the divine right of kings Did not want to work with Parliament Oliver Cromwell.
Looking Back on England 1600’s – many changes to European societies England – shift from feudalism to nationalism Feudalism: a political and military system.
English Monarchs vs. Parliament “The Battle Royal”
Political Revolutions England. English Revolution Stuarts of Scotland –James I Forced the Anglican Religion on the people of England Dismissed Parliament.
English Civil War, The Glorious Revolution & the Restoration.
THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR XI. England a. Charles I i. Needed money for wars with France and Spain ii Parliament refuses to grant the King money unless.
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