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Proclamation of 1763 LAW passed by parliament forbidding colonists to settle WEST of the Appalachian Mountains
Stamp Act LAW placing a tax on all legal documents Directly affects all colonists
Quartering Act LAW forcing colonist to house (quarter) British soldiers
Boston Massacre British troops fired on a group of colonists killing five (Crispus Attucks)
Boston Tea Party Protest lead by the Sons of Liberty where they dumped chests of tea into Boston harbor
Coercive Acts (“Intolerable” Acts) LAWS that were passed to punish Boston for the Boston Tea Party
First Continental Congress First meeting (assembly) All 13 colonies
Second Continental Congress 2 nd meeting of all 13 Colonies Created a Continental Army George Washing is General
Declaration of Independence Document that allows the 13 colonies to break away from England
“Unalienable rights” A right that cannot be taken away Rights every citizens has “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”
Common Sense Thomas Paine’s book convincing colonist of independence
Articles of Confederation Weak constitution Weak National Government
Land Ordinance of 1785 LAW dividing land in the Northwest territory into 6 by 6 square mile plots (townships)
Northwest Ordinance 1787 LAWS for the Northwest territory 60,000 people and territories could be admitted as a state (annexed)
Causes (Grievances) and Effects of the American Revolution.
Essential Question 1 What various factors—geographical, philosophical, social, economic and political factors made the American Revolution possible?
Road to the American Revolution The events that lead to the American Revolution.
Events Leading to the Declaration of Independence Part II
Chapter 5 Review Road to Independence. 1.The Proclamation of 1763 prohibited colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains. Colonists viewed.
COLONIAL EVENTS TIMELINE EVENTS LEADING TO THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
Stamp Act -Parliament passes Stamp Act -placed a direct tax on the colonists -required stamp on all legal documents, newspapers, license, and cards -affected.
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.
The Road to the Revolution British flag. THINK ABOUT THIS? The King of England started to tax the colonists for different reasons. The colonists didn’t.
Do Now- Name three important people involved with the American Revolution and what were there actions Goal- Demonstrate knowledge of the American Revolution.
Causes of the Revolutionary War Patriots Vs. British.
ROAD TO REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Great Britain’s in debt because of the French and Indian War Need to make money by raising taxes Colonists need to pay.
Questions: 1. The Act that stated the colonists had to buy tea from England and pay tax on it… 2. The Act that made colonists house soldiers… 3. In a.
Chapter 8 Review The Colonies Unite Pre-Revolution Events.
September 16, The French and Indian War caused Britain to gain a lot more land in North America but also for them to gain a lot of debt. Britain.
Beginning Called American Revolution, War of Independence, and the Revolutionary War.
The Revolutionary War. Events leading to war The French and Indian War England helped the colonists fight on the frontier Expensive England wanted the.
The Class will divide into two teams. Individuals will be paired against each other. The individual from the team that last got the question right will.
EOC REVIEW: Civics & Economics History. Supreme Law of the Land What is the Supreme Law of the Land?
Beginning WEDNESDAY you will be required to do the following: ◦ Tardy to class you must pay $1 to enter ◦ To leave the classroom for ANY reason must.
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.
The Age of Revolutions Lecture 1 - The American Revolutionary War.
UNIT 1 REVIEW GAME British Gov - Enlightenment Colonial Period Revolutionary Period Declaration of Independence Articles.
SSUSH 3. SSUSH 3a Explain how the end of the Anglo-French imperial competition as seen in the French and Indian War and the 1763 Treaty of Paris laid.
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.
Who helped to frame (write) the DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE and was a member of the Continental Congress.
Warm-up ► Reading quiz Ch. 2 sect 1 p This act nearly bankrupt the British East India Company and led to this event where tea was dumped into.
If you think about your native country was there a time when people wanted to revolt against the government? What were the reasons why the people revolted.
American Revolution Causes of the Revolution The French & Indian War Proclamation of 1763 English taxes on the colonies to pay for the French.
American Revolution Timeline The Road to War 1660’s Navigation Acts (law) This law limited the colonies to trade only with England. It was often ignored.
Early Influences PeopleEvents Complaints Against the.
Georgia People in Georgia did not share the same reactions to the Proclamation of 1763 as other colonists. The colony was relatively small and most colonists.
American Revolution World History. Causes of the American Revolution 1.England’s Neglect of the Colonies 2.Taxation without Representation 3.Limitation.
Causes of the American Revolution! The French and Indian War Intolerable Acts 1774 Stamp Act Stamp Act 1765 Boston MassacreBoston Massacre 1770.
Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question.
Unit 2: Revolutionary America 2-1 Road to the Revolution Copy the notes in red. Write the notes in blue in your own words. The words in black are for your.
CFA-WR #1: The American Revolution. Theme: Change — Turning Points Major historical events are often referred to as turning points because they have led.
Boston in Turmoil. Rap Battle “George Washington vs. King George III US History Crash Course – Episode 6 “Taxes and Smuggling”
British Imperial Policy Time Line. Proclamation of 1763 Issued by King George III of Britain Issued by King George III of Britain Purpose was to save.
American Revolution NCFE Review Mr. Goodnight is da bomb.
Causes of the American Revolution. Navigation Acts Series of four acts that required all colonial goods to be transported on British ships only Benefited.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION REVIEW. This man was general of the Continental Army.
The Colonists Protest British Rule NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION!
Navigation Acts Mercantilism – country must have more exports than imports Colonies could only trade with Britain Colonies were taxed on some.
Chapter 8 Review Pages The French and Indian War was fought in North America between what two countries?
The American Revolution. What are we learning until September 5, 2013? Unit 2 is the American Revolution. We are studying this unit until September 5,
People Acts And Events Places Vocabulary Misc 500.
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