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Chapter 5 Test Review Toward Independence
The Boston Tea Party ~colonists dressed as Indians as they threw tea into the Boston Harbor as a protest to the Tea Act
Patriot A colonist who believed that colonies had the right to govern themselves
Loyalist A colonist who is loyal to the British government
friends/nations that support each otherallies friends/nations that support each other
A small army made up of ordinary citizensmilitia A small army made up of ordinary citizens
A tax on all paper including newspapers, will, and licensesThe Stamp Act A tax on all paper including newspapers, will, and licenses
Quartering Act The law that ordered the colonists to provide housing, bedding, candles and other supplies such as cooking utensils, salt, and vinegar for the British soldiers
tyranny the unjust use of government
repeal to take back or to cancel a law
To refuse to buy one or more goodsboycott To refuse to buy one or more goods
Toward Independence Chapter 5 Vocabulary. repeal.
C HAPTER F IVE Social Studies Test Review ~Friday, October 30th ~Mrs. Connor.
The Act of Revolution Acts that changed our course.
Entrance Slip When should people overthrow their government?
The Birth of a Democratic Nation The United States of America.
Road to Revolution 1 st 9 weeks Quartering Act A law passed that required the colonists to house and supply British soldiers.
Early British Actions The Stamp Act and The Quartering Act.
Causes of the American Revolution. No Taxation Without Representation Serious disagreements between colonists and British government No colonist could.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION REVIEW. This man was general of the Continental Army.
By 1776, colonists belonged to 1 of 3 groups based on view of British rule. Loyalists – supported the British government Patriots – against British rule.
Stamp Act -Parliament passes Stamp Act -placed a direct tax on the colonists -required stamp on all legal documents, newspapers, license, and cards -affected.
C HAPTER F IVE Social Studies Test Review ~Wednesday, October 22 nd ~Mrs. Connor.
Toward Independence Events leading up to declaring independence from England.
STAMP ACT November 1, STAMP ACT Enacted March 22, Went into effect November 1, 1765 The Stamp Act required Americans to purchase tax stamps.
Warm Up Growth of the African-American Population: Year Population , , , , ,
Causes of the American Revolution. I Can: * Identify the Views of: ___Patriots ___ Loyalists ___ Neutralists ___ I can identify the Proclamation of 1763.
Chapter 5, Section 1 Taxation Without Representation.
Jeopardy Revolutionary Events Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Revolutionary People It’s All An Act.
Toward Independence Chapter 5.
Vocabulary for Unit 4 Revolutionary War 8 th grade social studies.
Chapter 5 The Road to Revolution Vocabulary
Taxing Acts. Why was England taxing the colonists? ●To pay for the debts of the French and Indian war.
Chapter 7, Lesson 3 ACOS #5b: Identify reasons for the French and Indian War. ACOS #5c: Describe the impact of the French and Indian War on the settlement.
The American Revolution Chapter 9 Lesson 1 Moving Toward Independence.
8 th Grade Social Studies November 1, Date: 1764 Explanation: The sugar act was a tax placed on sugar and molasses imported from the West Indies.
Essential Information US History The Road to Revolution.
Causes of the Revolutionary War
Events Leading to the Revolutionary War! By: Megan, Halie, and Vondasha.
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.
Objectives Identify the causes of the Boston Tea Party.
The Road to War. British government collected taxes to pay for French and Indian War American colonists were very mad about this new tax Felt they should.
1.Before 1763 (Sect. 5.2) (exam) French and Indian War. - Washington starts the war at Fort Duquesne. - Wars turning point is taking of Canada and then.
The Creation of America
Essential Question: When is it necessary for citizens to rebel against their government?
Chapter 10 Review. 10.1/10.2 GB won French and Indian War Result of win – huge debts and new land Solution – GB passed new laws/ acts Taxation.
Changes were taking place in Britain New King crowned- King George III Stubborn, proud and determined to “Take Charge” of the colonies No clue.
To Next Slide Differences Divide Britain and Its Colonies Chapter 7 20 Questions!
INTRO TO THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION SEPTEMBER 9,
4 new British taxes.
Feature Facts 7.
$1 Million $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $64,000 $32,000 $16,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $300 $200 $100 Welcome.
Chapter 5 Review Sheet Class Notes.
Revolutionary Events By. Gary and Kain. The French and Indian war The French and Indian war was started in the late sixteen hundreds. Some Indians helped.
Causes of the American Revolution
The Road to Revolution Causes. Proclamation of 1763 Closed land west of the Appalachian Mountains to settlement by colonists Colonists continued to move.
Lesson Were the 13 colonies independent in 1750? The 13 colonies were not independent. King George III. English Parliament.
THE INTOLERABLE ACTS JUDY KARIUKI. BACKGROUND INFORMATION After the French and Indian War, Parliament was in large debt so they issued new taxes without.
Objectives Identify the causes of the Boston Tea Party. Explain how the colonists protested the Intolerable Acts. Describe the events of April 19, 1775,
HOW DID THE ACTION OF CITIZENS CREATE CHANGE IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES?
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