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Causes of the American Revolution OR How not to Tax People
English Colonists in the 1700 ’ s had... Lowest taxes in the English speaking world. Little English interference in governing themselves. The highest standard of living in the world!
ALSO Pride in being British. Strong desire to be accepted as equals by British.
Why would England start taxing the colonies more? The French and Indian War and Pontiac ’ s Rebellion was very expensive. England thought that the colonies should help pay part of the expense.
The Sugar Act (1763) taxes or “ duties ” put on sugar, foreign molasses, coffee, and other goods imported into the colonies.
Included in the Sugar Act was a NEW strict enforcement of the Navigation Acts that said all goods used in America must come through England. Customs officials previously ignored these.
The Result: The colonists were used to getting around paying their duties (taxes) on imported items and resented the more strict enforcement of the laws, especially on molasses (used to make RUM.
It is the PRINCIPILE of it: The colonists were not consulted or given a chance to vote on these TAXES. This is called-
TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION
The Stamp Act (1765) An official seal or “ stamp ” must be put on all printed matter sold in the colonies.
Examples of Stamps These needed to be on bills, newspapers, and even playing cards.
The Results: Colonists became upset - riots, assaults on British officials. Tar and Feathering - dipped in boiling hot tar and rolled in feathers: often fatal.
Also, Resulting in Boycotts: refusal to buy English goods.
Radical Rebel groups like the Sons of Liberty were formed to Resist what they called - British Tyranny (the unfair use and abuse of power).
The British repealed it in March 1766.
Declaratory Act (1766) It states that England has full authority over the colonies and can do to them whatever it pleases.
The Result: Colonists “Okay” about Stamp Act, but resentful over the tone of the Declaratory Act.
The Road to Revolution England had a large war debt and wanted the colonies to help pay for it! Parliament voted to tax the colonies directly!
6.1 Key Questions What were the causes of the American Revolution? Identify the forms of protest used by the colonists Analyze the effectiveness of the.
4 NEW BRITISH TAXES. THE SUGAR ACT 1764 This law put a tax on sugar. It also listed specific goods (for example: lumber) that the colonies could only.
Ch.6, Sec.1 – Tighter British Control The Colonies & Britain Grow Apart The Colonies & Britain Grow Apart - the colonists had helped the British win the.
6-1 Notes: Tighter British Control. The Colonies and Britain Grow Apart After the French and Indian War, Britain wanted to govern the 13 colonies in a.
Beginnings of Revolution The Struggle for Independence.
1. Why did the colonists hate the PROCLAMATION LINE OF 1763?
Great Britain Raises Taxes Great Britain had won the French and Indian War, but it was expensive. How was Great Britain going to pay for the war?
Chapter 6: Section 1 Tighter British Control Learning Objective: What events pushed Great Britain and the American colonies apart?
ATT: Often times Revolution comes when the people have had enough with the government and took a stand for what they believed in. Many have lost their.
Which of the following taxes would have made the colonists the most upset? Stamp Act Tea Act Intolerable Acts Sugar Act Declaratory Act Explain your reasoning.
Review for Test #1 Events A - I. Who won the French and Indian War? _______________.
Pop Quiz (6.1 & 6.2 Notes) 1.What was the main difference between Massasoit and Metacomet? 2.Who won the French and Indian War? 3.Why was the Ohio River.
Unit 3 Creating A Nation Road to Independence p. 130.
Tighter British Control Americans saw British efforts to tax them and to increase control over the colonies as violations of their rights.
Taxation without Representation. The French & Indian War.
The Road to the Revolution Booklet Study Guide Answers to Events F-I Packet Pages 4-5.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 30 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
The Stamp Act March The Plot The Stamp Act was a tax passed by the British Parliament on the Colonies to help pay for the French and Indian.
Turmoil Over New Taxation Opening Prompt Question: War can be costly. Make a list of all the expenses a war can create.
Lesson 1 No Taxation Without Representation. Explain the Proclamation of Analyze why Britain began to enact harsher trade laws and taxes.
Conflict Over Trade Chapter 5 Part 2. Britain Britain strongest nation in the world. After seeing power of colonies during F&I War, saw opportunity to.
The French and Indian War 1754 to 1763 war fought over the land in America between the English and French. It was called the Seven Years War in Europe.
Taxes Great Britain’s had huge debt from French and Indian War Britain taxed colonists to raise money to pay back its debt.
EQ: What causes change over time? Objective(s): 1) Understand the events that led to revolution 2) Evaluate which event was the biggest cause of the revolution.
Causes of the American Revolution Part 2 Information is taken from Chapter 5 Section 3 and Chapter 6 Section 1.
Chapter 3 The Road to Revolution. Economic Consequences of French And Indian War Most of the war was fought in America, so the British government thought.
The Road to Revolution 6-1: Tighter British Control.
SS4H4 The student will explain the causes, events, and results of the American Revolution. a. Trace the events that shaped the revolutionary movement in.
An Evaluation of British Colonial Policies
Chapter 5: A New Nation Begins to Grow
Conflict in the Colonies Tensions developed as the British government placed tax on the colonies following the French and Indian War. As the British colonies.
What are the changes? Why do they happen? What is the effect?
The Stamp Act By Ashley Albrecht Before the actual war of the Revolution could begin, there had to be a revolution “in the minds and hearts of the people.”
The American Revolutionary War Resistance ~ Rebellion ~ Revolution.
CHAPTER 5 ROAD TO REVOLUTION. 5-1 Taxation Without Representation.
Taxing Acts. Why was England taxing the colonists? ●To pay for the debts of the French and Indian war.
Causes of the American Revolution. Mercantilism Description: Transfer of raw materials and manufactured goods between colonies and Mother country Cause:
Chart Notes The Proclamation of 1763 – a treaty giving the Indians all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains. Angered the colonists because it kept.
CHAPTER NINE SECTION ONE. ALLIANCE An agreement to act together in a cause.
The Stamp Act: A War Beneath a War By: Kelli Cochran By: Kelli Cochran.
6.1& 6.2 TIGHTER BRITISH CONTROL. Quartering Act Required the colonies to quarter, or house, British soldiers and provide them with supplies.
1.Who was George Grenville and why is he important? --Prime Minister of Great Britain --He asked Parliament to tax the colonies to pay for the French.
Britain’s Tightening Control Reading Review Chapter 8.
Colonial Resistance and Rebellion. Objectives Trace the mounting tensions between England and the American Colonies prior to the Revolutionary War.
The Proclamation of 1763 – a treaty giving the Indians all the land west of the Appalachian Mountains. Angered the colonists because it kept them from.
Ch. 5, Sec. 1 Taxation w/o Representation Objectives: 1. Know why the British faced problems in North America after the French and Indian War. 2. Know.
Events Contributing to the Revolutionary War Cross Curricular Writing Activity Social Studies Grade 4 Link to: Liberty!
Leading up to the American Revolution Chapter 4. Before the American Revolution Salutary Neglect ( ) – GB did not enforce laws in AC AC= self.
The French and Indian War was over and the English were victorious. The war had been very costly. A permanent army was needed in the colonies.
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