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Pippin Passing The Graduation Exam in Social Studies Chapter 2 The Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 By Matthew Pippin
Pippin England required colonist to ship product only on English ships and trade only with England. Navigation Acts 1650’s
Pippin Search warrants by the British that gave customs officials the right to search anywhere for illegal goods. Writs of Assistance
Pippin Lawyer representing the Boston Merchants who had business searched under the Writ of Assistance. James Otis
Pippin War between France and Great Britain over control of North America. French and Indian War. Was called Seven Years War in Europe English controlled the east coast French controlled the Mississippi River.
Pippin After French and Indian war Britain informed settlers that they could not move west and to respect the Native Americans Proclamation of 1763
Pippin Tax placed on molasses that was strictly enforced by British and upset the colonist The Sugar Act (1764)
Pippin English tax on all printed material. The Stamp act ( 1765)
Pippin Secret group of colonist that organized boycotts of British goods. Sons of Liberty Sam Adams was involved and led the sons of liberty at Boston Tea Party
Pippin A British tax on all imported glass, paper, lead, and tea sold in colonies The Townshend Acts(1767)
Pippin Colonist shouted insults at the British officers at the Boston Customs House. British soldiers heard the word fire and begin shooting. Five colonist were killed. Boston Massacre
Pippin Group of colonist led by Sam Adams boarded ships in Boston harbor and threw Tea in Harbor. Boston Tea Party
Pippin British passed these acts as a result of the Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts
Pippin A meeting in Philadelphia where colonist decided to boycott all British goods and stop exporting to Britain. First Continental Congress
Pippin Volunteer soldiers during the Revolutionary war that were ready to fight in a moments notice. Minutemen
Pippin This person saw the Red Coats leave Boston on their way to Concord to confiscate the weapons the colonist had stored. He road through town screaming” the British are coming.” Paul Revere
Pippin The Revolutionary War begin with these battles on April 19 1775. Battle of Lexington and Concord
Pippin Radical member of the second continental congress who called for independence even if it meant war. John Adams
Pippin Commander of the continental Army George Washington
Pippin Last peace treaty the continental congress sent to King George III on July 8, 1775. Olive Branch Petition
Pippin King George’s response to the Olive branch petition that empowered royal officers to “bring the traitors to justice.” Prohibitory Act ( August 1775)
Pippin Father of Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson.
Pippin 4 Principles of Declaration of Independence. 1. All men are created equal 2. All people have certain unalienable rights 3. Government exists only by the consent of the governed 4. Government must be changed if it becomes unjust.
Pippin The Battle that marked the turning point of the American Revolution Battle of Saratoga After this battle the French decided to help the Colonist.
Pippin Place where George Washington trained his troops during the long cold winter of 1777-78 Valley Forge
Pippin Treaty that ended the Revolutionary where Britain recognized the Independence of U.S. Treaty of Paris- Sept. 3, 1783. Est. the border of U.S.. Canada in North, Mississippi River in west, South to Spanish Florida, and Atlantic Ocean to east.
Pippin War of 1812 Also known as Mr. Madison’s little War
Pippin The capture of U.S. Sailors by the French and British where sailor is forced to serve in the navy. Impressment This resulted in the U.S refusing to ship goods to either Britain or France. Napoleon agreed to stop conscripting sailors. And U.S. Dropped embargo.
Pippin Members of congress from the south and west that pressed for war with Great Britain. War Hawks
Pippin Two Native American Shawnee leaders who organized many native tribes and allied themselves with the British Canadians. Tecumseh and his brother The Prophet Result of settlers moving west.
Pippin Battle where with the help of the Cherokee, Andrew Jackson defeated the Creeks on March 27, 1814. Battle of Horseshoe Bend.
Pippin Battle where Francis Scott Key wrote “The Star Spangled Banner.” The Battle of Fort McHenry Sept. 13, 1814.
Pippin Treaty signed on Dec. 24, 1814 that ended the War of 1812. Treaty of Ghent
Pippin Battle that took place two weeks after the treaty of Ghent that made Andrew Jackson Famous. Battle of New Orleans Jan. 8, 1815.
Pippin Consequences of War No land was gained Other nations recognized U.S. Feeling of Nationalism grew in U.S Embarrassed the angry Federalist and resulted in the end of the Federalist party Because of lack of industry during war, U.S began to develop plants to make goods