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1 Warm up Monday September 30 th : Title: French and Indian War 1. Who was Virginia’s governor in 1753? What were his thoughts about the French and Indian alliances? 2. Were the British successful at the beginning of the war? Why or why not?

2 French and Indian War Who was involved- What was the war about?- Where did the war take place?- How did Georgia benefit?

3 Proclamation of 1763 Issued by King George III Forbade colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mts. (made colonists feel betrayed). – Keep people out= less wars! Cherokee and Creek Indians forced to give up land between the Savannah and Ogeechee Rivers, as well as the coastal south.

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5 Sugar Act (p.149) Stamp Act (p ) Town- shend Acts (p. 150) Tea Act (p. 151) Intolerable Acts (p )

6 Sugar Act (p.149) Stamp Act (p ) Town- shend Acts (p. 150) Tea Act (p. 151) Intolerable Acts (p ) Placed a tax on sugar and molasses imported from the West Indies. GA did a great deal of trading with sugar- producing countries (i.e. Jamaica and Barbados). Passed in 1764.

7 Sugar Act (p.149) Stamp Act (p ) Town- shend Acts (p. 150) Tea Act (p. 151) Intolerable Acts (p ) Placed a tax on sugar and molasses imported from the West Indies. 1765, placed a tax on newspapers, legal documents, licenses. GA did a great deal of trading with sugar- producing countries Placed to raise money for the French and Indian War (i.e. Jamaica and Barbados). Passed in The Liberty Boys came together to oppose the tax

8 Sugar Act (p.149) Stamp Act (p ) Town- shend Acts (p. 150) Tea Act (p. 151) Intolerable Acts (p ) Placed a tax on sugar and molasses imported from the West Indies. 1765, placed a tax on newspapers, legal documents, licenses. 1767, placed an import tax on tea, paper, glass, and coloring paint. GA did a great deal of trading with sugar- producing countries Placed to raise money for the French and Indian War (i.e. Jamaica and Barbados). Passed in The Liberty Boys came together to oppose the tax

9 Sugar Act (p.149) Stamp Act (p ) Town- shend Acts (p. 150) Tea Act (p. 151) Intolerable Acts (p ) Placed a tax on sugar and molasses imported from the West Indies. 1765, placed a tax on newspapers, legal documents, licenses. 1767, placed an import tax on tea, paper, glass, and coloring paint. 1773, Allowed the East India Company to ship tea directly to the colonies. GA did a great deal of trading with sugar- producing countries Placed to raise money for the French and Indian War The tea could be sold less than the colonial merchants could. (i.e. Jamaica and Barbados). Passed in The Liberty Boys came together to oppose the tax Led to the Boston Tea Party.

10 Sugar Act (p.149) Stamp Act (p ) Town- shend Acts (p. 150) Tea Act (p. 151) Intolerable Acts (p ) Placed a tax on sugar and molasses imported from the West Indies. 1765, placed a tax on newspapers, legal documents, licenses. 1767, placed an import tax on tea, paper, glass, and coloring paint. 1773, Allowed the East India Company to ship tea directly to the colonies. Port of Boston was closed until they paid for the tea. GA did a great deal of trading with sugar- producing countries Placed to raise money for the French and Indian War The tea could be sold less than the colonial merchants could. Massachusetts colonists could not have town meetings w/o approval (i.e. Jamaica and Barbados). Passed in The Liberty Boys came together to oppose the tax Led to the Boston Tea Party. Led to the Quartering Act (colonists had to house British soldiers)

11 October 1, 2013 Title: Proclamation of 1763 What law forbade colonists to move west of the Appalachian Mountains? The Proclamation of 1763 moved Georgia’s southern border to the: A) Altamaha River B)Flint River C) St. Mary’s River

12 Sugar Act-1764 Placed a tax on sugar and molasses imported from the West Indies. GA did a great deal of trading with sugar-producing countries (i.e. Jamaica and Barbados). Passed in 1764.

13 Stamp Act: 1765, placed a tax on newspapers, legal documents, licenses, playing cards, etc. Placed to raise money for the French and Indian War The Liberty Boys came together to oppose the tax. The Georgia Gazette had to stop printing until the Stamp Act was repealed.

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16 Stamp Act Congress New York October 1765 Only nine of the colonies sent delegates. Georgia was not present. The congress meet to decide a course of action for the Stamp Act. The colonist began to boycott anything with paper- making Britain very MAD. **This is the time the colonist realized they could work together to separate from Britain.**

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21 Taxation without Representation As a result of the Sugar Act, Stamp Act, and Townshend Act, the colonists began to protest the British Parliament and boycott British goods. Because the colonists did not have any representatives in Britain’s government, they declared it was unfair to enforce such taxes. “No taxation without representation” became the colonists battle cry.

22 Protests and Violence Colonists began to boycott British goods to hurt British merchants and British business. Many colonists simply ignored the Sugar Act and Stamp Act. They even threatened tax collectors. While putting pressure on the British Parliament to repeal the Stamp Act, the colonists wrote the Declaration of Rights and Grievances to the British king. The Stamp Act was repealed in March 1766.

23 Townshed Acts of 1765 Townshed Acts – taxes on glass, paint, oil, lead, paper, and tea. The cause of the townshed act was that they tricked them into paying Taxes so they could pay British officials. In the result of the Townshed Act was that they boycotted all goods From English.

24 24 Boston Massacre On March 5, 1770 a group of 60 Boston patriots were together on the street, compared to 10 British soldiers. Someone in the crowd struck the soldiers with sticks and clubs. The soldiers fired into the crowd, killing five people and wounding six.

25 25 Boston Massacre Continued… The fist person to die was Crispus Attucks, a former slave and the son of an African American father and a Native American mother March the fifth was celebrated as “Massacre Day” in many colonies until the July 4, 1776 signing of the Declaration of Independence made it a bigger holiday.

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27 The Boston Massacre

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29 The Boston Tea Party

30 An Invitation to the Boston Tea Party


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