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1 Thursday, Oct Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor 2.Update your Table of Contents DateTitleEntry # 10/10Important People of Colonial self-government foldable 35 10/11Warm up Questions Oct. 11 – /11Beginning of French and Indian War37 10/11 Join or Die Political Cartoon 38 3.You need to get a grey textbook at the front of the room in the “little” bookcase. 4.Turn to entry #36 and title it Warm up questions Oct Turn to page 86 and answer #23 and 24 on entry #36

2 Songs 1.You will have 5 minuets to get ready 2.You will be receiving a grade both on the lyrics and participation (in your group and in the audience!!!)

3 Foldable 1.Title: People Important to the development of Self-Government in the colonies Contribution (inside tab)Person (outside tab) 1 st written Constitution Limited power of government Gov’t is based on the rights of the individual citizens Thomas Hooker Written Constitution Limited power of the government Humane penal code Guaranteed fundamental liberties William Penn Government is a social contract Purpose is to protect life, liberty, and property Citizens can abolish gov’t if rights are not protected John Locke Concept of Separation of Powers (3 branches)Charles de Montesquieu Wrote volumes on English common lawWilliam Blackstone

4 French and Indian War Preview d=58909

5 Beginning of the French and Indian War I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land

6 Beginning of the French and Indian War I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land all around the world *France was England's biggest threat in N. Am.

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8 Beginning of the French and Indian War I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land all around the world *France was England's biggest threat in N. Am. *Conflict in the Ohio Valley -English traders were crossing the Appalachians in search of furs. -Tried to take over French trade with Natives -Ohio River was important to France b/c (linked Canada with French settlements along the Mississippi R.)

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10 Beginning of the French and Indian War I. European Rivals in *England, France, Netherlands, and Spain competed for trade N. America and land all around the world *France was England's biggest threat in N. Am. *Conflict in the Ohio Valley -English traders were crossing the Appalachians in search of furs. -Tried to take over French trade with Natives -Ohio River was important to France b/c (linked Canada with French settlements along the Mississippi R.) *Natives choose sides -Didn’t want to give up any land to either England or France -Chose sides to protect ways of life

11 Beginning of the French and Indian War II.French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped) *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron

12 Beginning of the French and Indian War II.French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped) *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron III.English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the Algonquin and Huron *charged lower prices for trade goods

13 Beginning of the French and Indian War II.French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped) *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron III.English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the Algonquin and Huron *charged lower prices for trade goods IV.Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort

14 Beginning of the French and Indian War II.French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped) *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron III.English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the Algonquin and Huron *charged lower prices for trade goods IV.Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA

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16 Beginning of the French and Indian War II.French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped) *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron III.English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the Algonquin and Huron *charged lower prices for trade goods IV.Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA V. Albany Plan of Union *Representatives from the colonies and Iroquois met in NY

17 Beginning of the French and Indian War II.French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped) *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron III.English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the Algonquin and Huron *charged lower prices for trade goods IV.Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA V. Albany Plan of Union *Representatives from the colonies and Iroquois met in NY *Franklin suggested the colonies band together for defense

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19 Beginning of the French and Indian War II.French Advantages *Didn’t destroy the land (hunted and trapped) *Adopted Indian ways and married Native women *Alliances with the Algonquin and Huron III.English Advantages *Alliance with the Iroquois who were enemies of the Algonquin and Huron *charged lower prices for trade goods IV.Beginning *George Washington sent out to Ohio Valley to build a fort *Surrendered to the French and returned to VA V. Albany Plan of Union *Representatives from the colonies and Iroquois met in NY *Franklin suggested the colonies band together for defense *Colonial legislatures said no


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