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Chapters 5 and 6 Unit III Flashcards. A 1754 meeting, held in Albany, NY, between the British and leaders of the Iroquois Confederacy. Albany Conference.

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1 Chapters 5 and 6 Unit III Flashcards

2 A 1754 meeting, held in Albany, NY, between the British and leaders of the Iroquois Confederacy. Albany Conference #1 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

3 A combination of calendar, astrological guide, and sourcebook of medical advice and farming tips. Almanac #2 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

4 After months of increasing friction between townspeople and the British troops stations in the city, on March 5, 1770, British troops fired on American civilians in Boston. Boston Massacre #3 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

5 Incident that occurred on December 16, 1773, in which Bostonians, disguised as Indians, destroyed ₤18,000 worth of tea belonging to the British East India Company in order to prevent payment of the duty on it. Boston Tea Party #4 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

6 Belief that God has predestined certain individuals to be saved and others to be damned. Calvinist theology of election #5 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

7 Legislation passed by Parliament in 1774; included the Boston Port Act, the Massachusetts Government Act, the Administration of Justice Act, and the Quartering Act of Coercive Acts #6 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

8 Law passed in 1776 to accompany repeal of the Stamp Act that stated that Parliament had the authority to legislate for the colonies “on all cases whatsoever.” Declaratory Act #7 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

9 In the Spanish colonies, the grant to a Spanish settler of a certain number of Indian subjects, who would pay him tribute in goods and labor. Encomienda #8 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

10 Catholic immigrants to New France. Engages #9 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

11 Intellectual movement stressing the importance of reason and the existence of discoverable natural laws. Enlightenment #10 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

12 Meetings of delegates from most of the colonies held in 1774 in response to the Coercive Acts. The Congress endorsed the Suffolk Resolves, adopted the Declaration of Rights and Grievances, and agreed to establish the Continental Association. First Continental Congress #11 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

13 The last of the Anglo-French colonial wars ( ) and the first in which fighting began in North America. The war ended with France’s defeat. French and Indian War #12 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

14 North American religious revival in the middle of the 18 th century. Great Awakening #13 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

15 American term for the Coercive Acts and the Quebec Act. Intolerable Acts #14 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

16 People who experienced conversion during the revivals of the Great Awakening. New Lights #15 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

17 A tactical means of putting economic pressure on Britain by refusing to buy its exports to the colonies. Nonimportation movement #16 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

18 Religious faction that condemned emotional enthusiasm as part of the heresy of believing in a personal and direct relations with God outside the order of the church. Old Lights #17 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

19 Plan put forward in 1754 calling for an intercolonial union to manage defense and Indian affairs. The plan was rejected by participants at the Albany Congress. Plan of Union #18 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

20 Acts of Parliament requiring colonial legislatures to provide the supplies and quarters for the troops stationed in America. Quartering Act #19 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

21 Law passed by Parliament in 1774 that provided an appointed government for Canada, enlarged the boundaries of Quebec, and confirmed the privileges of the Catholic Church. Quebec Act #20 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

22 A complex, changing body of ideas, values, and assumptions, closely related to country ideology, that influenced American political behavior during the 18 th and 19 th centuries. Republicanism #21 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

23 Royal proclamation setting the boundary known as the Proclamation Line. Royal Proclamation of 1763 #22 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

24 Secret organizations in the colonies formed to oppose the Stamp Act. Sons of Liberty #23 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

25 Law passed by Parliament in 1765 to raise revenue in America by requiring taxed, stamped paper for legal documents, publications, and playing cards. Stamp Act #24 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

26 Law passed in 1764 to raise revenue in the American colonies. It lowered the duty from six pence to three pence per gallon on foreign molasses imported into the colonies and increased the restrictions on colonial commerce. Sugar Act #25 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

27 Act of Parliament that permitted the East India Company to sell through agents in America without paying the duty customarily collected in Britain, thus reducing the retail price. Tea Act #26 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

28 Act passed in 1661 by King Charles II ordering a stop to religious persecution in Massachusetts. The Act of Toleration #27 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

29 Act of Parliament, passed in 1767, imposing duties on colonial tea, lead, paint, paper, and glass. Townshend Revenue Acts #28 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

30 The formal end to British hostilities against France and Spain in February Treaty of Paris #29 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

31 The notion that parliamentary members represented the interests of the nation as a whole, not those of the particular district that elected them. Virtual representation #30 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

32 The name used by advocates of colonial resistance to British measures during the 1760s and 1770s. Whigs #31 SHOWNEXT MARK FOR REVIEW Review

33 Reference Faragher, J. M., Buhle, M. J., Czitrom, D., & Armitage, S. H. (2009). Out of many: A history of the American people, Vol. I (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. REVIEWEND


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