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The Road to Lexington and Concord Chapter 6 Section 3
Intolerable Acts Laws passed by Parliament punishing Massachusetts for Boston Tea Party
First Continental Congress Meeting held by the colonies in Philadelphia in 1774 to decide what to do about the problems with Britain
Militia A force of armed civilians who pledge to defend their community
Minutemen A colonist who could by ready to fight at a minute’s notice
Paul Revere A patriot who helped warn colonists about British movements
Lexington and Concord Sites of the first battles of the Revolutionary War
Loyalist A colonist who was loyal to Britain
Patriot A colonist who supported the colonial rebels
BELL RINGER The tensions between Britain and the colonies led to armed conflict in where? Massachusetts. About one third of the Lexington militia were.
P. 154/ Wbk. 19. Chapter 6 Section 3 Road to Lexington & Concord P. 19/ P. 154 A.Sequencing Events As you read this section, answer the questions about.
36. What is a MILITIA? MILITIA – a force of armed civilians pledged to defend their community.
Focus: Map of Lexington & Concord 1.What were the British forced to do after Concord? 2.What might the British action indicate about the colonists’ chances.
The Road to Lexington and Concord Chapter 6, Section 3.
Thursday, Nov Update your table of contents DateTitleEntry # 11/3Colonial Resistance Grows worksheet 47 11/3Boston Massacre Primary Source 49 11/7Boston.
Write down specific words or phrases that begin with each letter about how the colonists were feeling around the time of the First Continental Congress.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Daughters of Liberty Sons of Liberty.
Review for Chapter 4, Section 1 Quiz. Character Development I dream that one day…
Chapter 1, Section 4 What is one word to summarize the Enlightenment? REASON! Quick Write: Review.
Jeopardy Game for The Revolutionary War $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300.
Trouble in the Colonies Chapter 2, Section 3 Pages
CH 4 Section 1 Colonial Times. The Stamp Act (1765) The colonists declared that Parliament could not tax them because they were not represented in Parliament.
T HE R OAD TO L EXINGTON AND C ONCORD C HAPTER 6, S ECTION 3 1. Lo ok at the map on page 172. What were the British forced to do after Concord? 2. What.
The Road to Revolution 6-3: The Road to Lexington and Concord.
Chapter 5 Section 3 From Protest to Rebellion Objectives Identify the causes of the Boston Tea Party. Explain how the colonists protested the Intolerable.
Ch 6 Sec 3 I. Intolerable Acts A.The King wanted to punish the colonists for the Tea Party 1. He passed the Coercive Acts aka the Intolerable Acts a. Closed.
NOTE: To change the image on this slide, select the picture and delete it. Then click the Pictures icon in the placeholder to insert your own image. THE.
The Road to Lexington and Concord Chapter 6 Section 3.
Chapter 6-3 The Road to Lexington from Concord. Keys Ideas Many Americans organized to oppose British policies Tensions between Britain and colonies led.
Objectives Identify the causes of the Boston Tea Party. Explain how the colonists protested the Intolerable Acts. Describe the events of April 19, 1775,
First Continental Congress and Lexington and Concord.
The Revolutionary War. Events leading to war The French and Indian War England helped the colonists fight on the frontier Expensive England wanted the.
Wednesday, Oct Get out your History Spiral then put your binder on the floor 2.Put your homework on my desk (Analyzing Literature from Johnny Tremain)
1774, outraged by the Boston Tea Party, Parliament passed the Coercive Acts (Intolerable Acts). Direct attack on colonists’ traditional rights and.
The Road to Lexington and Concord. Militia –a military force that is raised from the civil population to supplement a regular army in an emergency. Minutemen.
The Road to Lexington and Concord The Tensions between Britain and the Colonies led to armed conflict in Massachusetts.
#4 - Why did Boston have a Tea Party? Tea Act New British Prime Minister – Lord Frederick North New British Prime Minister – Lord Frederick North.
By: Gina Garcia. 1 st Continental Congress The First Continental Congress was held on September 5, 1774, and lasted until October 26, It was held.
House of Burgesses Articles of Confederation Mayflower Compact 3/5 Compromise Social Contract Shay’s Rebellion Albany Plan of the Union North West Ordinance.
THE DIVIDE BETWEEN THE AMERICAN COLONISTS AND BRITAIN GROWS, AND EVENTUALLY LEADS TO WAR. The Road to Lexington and Concord.
A Call To Arms. A Meeting in Philadelphia Sept delegates meet in Philadelphia Called the Continental Congress Key Members: John Adams,
How would the world be different today if we didn’t have the Revolutionary War? By: Mrs. Pollock February 14 th, th Grade.
Based on the slides, describe the and answer the terms and questions below. Define & Answer The Tea Act The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts The First.
Tuesday, Oct Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor 2. Update Table of Contents if you did not yesterday DateTitleEntry # 10/22Written.
From Protest to Rebellion The Boston Tea Party. The Tea Act During the early 1770s, the colonies’ protests quieted down However, in 1773 England.
Section CHAPTER 6. In 1774, Parliament passed a series of laws to punish the Massachusetts colony and to clamp down on resistance in the.
Tighter British Control British Parliament imposes new laws and restrictions Proclamation of 1763 prohibits settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains.
History Test: Unit 1 Who wrote the Declaration of Independence? John Adams King George What act taxed all printed material in the colonies? Stamp Act History.
Unit 4 Lesson 3. Disagreements Grow Big Idea Anticipatory Set.
Revolution Begins. 1 St Continental Congress -Committees of Correspondence had been communicating with other colonies -militias begin to form -minutemen.
First Continental Congress First Continental Congress 56 colonial delegates Samuel Adams: organized BTP John Adams: defended the soldiers in BM.
Chapter 5 Section 3 From Protest to Rebellion Chapter 5 Section 3: From Protest to Rebellion.
The Boston Tea Party 1773 Tea Act lets East India Company avoid tax, undersell colonists Boston Tea Party — disguised colonists dump 18,000 lbs. tea in.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Lead Up to the Revolution 2.
The road to Lexington and Concord. In this section you will learn that tensions between Britain and the colonies led to armed conflict in Massachusetts.
TENSION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE COLONIES Essential Question: What caused the relationship between Britain and the colonies to deteriorate?
1. List and describe two of the taxes placed on the colonies 2. List and describe two ways the colonists resisted the actions of the British government.
Road to Revolution U.S. History Beginnings to Chapter 4 Section 1U.S. History Beginnings to Chapter 4 Section 1.
Chapter 5; Section 3 A Call to Arms.
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