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1 Friday, Oct Get out your spiral and put your binder on the floor 2. Update Table of Contents if you did not yesterday DateTitleEntry # 10/17Road to Revolution timeline40 10/18Ch. 6/Sec. 1 Tighter British control wksheet41 10/18Chapter 6 Vocabulary worksheet42 3. Write and answer the following on entry #35 The Navigation Acts were linked to which economic system? A.Mercantilism B.Feudalism C.Encomienda system D.Free Enterprise 4. Get out your worksheet from yesterday

2 Learning Recover, Monday 10/22 2nd NameBe fore and After Map Elizabeth M. Carlos Michael Joeana

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4 TIGHTER BRITISH CONTROL V Britain's ProblemsBritain's SolutionColonists’ Response Britain wanted the land west of the Appalachian Mountains to remain with Native Americans Proclamation Act of 1763 The colonist could not move west of the Appalachian Mountains They moved anyway they had just fought the F and I war over the Ohio River Valley Quartering Act 144 Sugar Act 144 Stamp Act Declaratory Act 146

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7 TIGHTER BRITISH CONTROL V Britain's ProblemsBritain's SolutionColonists’ Response Britain wanted the land west of the Appalachian Mountains to remain with Native Americans Proclamation Act of 1763 The colonist could not move west of the Appalachian Mountains They moved anyway they had just fought the F and I war over the Ohio River Valley British troops in North America needed a place to stay. Quartering Act –colonist had to supply and quarter(house) British troops Not much they could do. Sugar Act 144 Stamp Act Declaratory Act 146

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10 TIGHTER BRITISH CONTROL V Britain's ProblemsBritain's SolutionColonists’ Response Britain wanted the land west of the Appalachian Mountains to remain with Native Americans Proclamation Act of 1763 The colonist could not move west of the Appalachian Mountains They moved anyway they had just fought the F and I war over the Ohio River Valley British troops in North America needed a place to stay. Quartering Act –colonist had to supply and quarter(house) British troops Not much they could do. As a result of the F &I War British needed revenue (income) to help pay for the war and to keep troops in North America. Sugar Act – 1764 this law placed a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products shipped to the colonies. They did not consult the colonist. Stamp Act – Got angry, TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION!

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13 TIGHTER BRITISH CONTROL V Britain's ProblemsBritain's SolutionColonists’ Response British troops in North America needed a place to stay. Quartering Act –colonist had to supply and quarter(house) British troops Not much they could do. As a result of the F &I War British needed revenue (income) to help pay for the war and to keep troops in North America. Sugar Act – 1764 this law placed a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products shipped to the colonies. They did not consult the colonist. Stamp Act – 1765 Made the colonist buy and place stamps on goods such as diplomas, contracts, and newspapers Got angry, TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION! Protested the Stamp Act by calling a Stamp Act Congress, boycotting British goods, forming secret groups Sons of Liberty

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17 TIGHTER BRITISH CONTROL V Britain's ProblemsBritain's SolutionColonists’ Response As a result of the F &I War British needed revenue (income) to help pay for the war and to keep troops in North America. Sugar Act – 1764 this law placed a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products shipped to the colonies. They did not consult the colonist. Stamp Act – 1765 Made the colonist buy and place stamps on goods such as diplomas, contracts, and newspapers Got angry, TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION! Protested the Stamp Act by calling a Stamp Act Congress, boycotting British goods, forming secret groups Sons of Liberty Parliament realized the Stamp Act was bad and repealed it Declaratory Act- Parliament had the right to govern and tax the colonies Americans celebrated the end of the Stamp Act and ignored the Declaratory Act

18 Homework 1.Vocabulary Chapter 5 worksheet Use pages


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