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Chapter 6 Section 2 Colonial Resistance Grows
Townshend Acts Plan passed by Parliament in 1767 to help raise revenue in the colonies
Writ of assistance Search Warrant (James Otis spoke out against this)
Samuel Adams Founder of the Sons of Liberty
Crispus Attucks African American killed by British soldiers in the Boston Massacre
Boston Massacre Conflict between colonists and British Soldiers in which five colonists were killed.
John Adams A cousin of Samuel Adams and a lawyer who defended the British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre.
Committee of CorrespondenceA group that exchanged letters on colonial affairs with similar groups
Boston Tea Party Protest against the Tea Act in which colonists dumped British tea into Boston Harbor.
The Road to Revolution Colonial Resistance Grows Chapter 6-2.
P. 147 / Wbk p. 18.
Colonial Resistance Grows CHAPTER 6, SECTION 2. Townshend Acts Parliament’s problem… How do we keep colonists happy? How do we raise revenue? Pass the.
Bell Ringer 1.Look at the engraving on page 165 based on this picture, who appears to be at fault for the Boston Massacre? British soldiers seems to.
Colonial Resistance Grows Chapter 6, Section 2. Bell Ringer Answering these questions will help you understand how colonial resentment toward the British.
Ch.6, Sec.2 – Colonial Resistance Grows
The Road to Revolution 6-2: Colonial Resistance Grows.
Stamp Act -Parliament passes Stamp Act -placed a direct tax on the colonists -required stamp on all legal documents, newspapers, license, and cards -affected.
Colonial Resistance Grows. Townshend Acts New taxes to raise money in the colonies Taxed various goods brought into the colonies (glass, paper, paint,
March 5, 1770, a crowd of colonists were protesting British troops. › They surrounded British troops in front of the State House. Exchanged insults.
Warm UP (Pg ) Date your warm-ups! Use your timeline to help you answer the following questions. What economic policy passed by parliament allowed.
The Townshend Acts Are Passed In 1767, finance minister Charles Townshend told Parliament that he had a way to raise revenue so Parliament passed the.
Causes of the American Revolution By Mrs. Moscov.
Chapter 3 Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Next Previous US History: Beginnings to 1914 Conflict in the Colonies The Big Idea.
The Colonists Resist Tighter Control
Colonial Resistance Grows Many Americans began to Organize to Oppose British Policies.
Building Colonial Unity Boston Center of shipping and protests.
The American Revolution
The Road to the American Revolution By: Samantha Ritchey November 1, 2010.
CH 4 Section 1 Colonial Times. The Stamp Act (1765) The colonists declared that Parliament could not tax them because they were not represented in Parliament.
Chapter 7 Section 2 Growing Pains. Growing Pains Both Britain and the Colonies experienced growing pains. Britain had to govern a larger empire. Colonists.
Conflict in the Colonies
New Taxes and Tensions What series of events led to the arrival of British troops in Boston in 1768? *Townshend Acts *Boycott *Crackdown on smugglers *Disbanding.
Conflicts in the Colonies 5.4 On the Eve of Revolution.
TAXES, REPRESENTATION, AND A TEA PARTY. HOW WAS THE BOSTON TEA PARTY ONE CAUSE OF THE REVOLUTION?
The French and Indian War was over and the English were victorious. The war had been very costly. A permanent army was needed in the colonies.
Colonial Resistance Grows – page How did Crispus Attucks escape slavery? He ran away to sea.
Navigation Acts Mercantilism – country must have more exports than imports Colonies could only trade with Britain Colonies were taxed on some.
Causes (Grievances) and Effects of the American Revolution.
Boston in Turmoil. Rap Battle “George Washington vs. King George III US History Crash Course – Episode 6 “Taxes and Smuggling”
Chapter 6 The Road to Revolution US History.
Review for Chapter 4, Section 1 Quiz
The Class will divide into two teams. Individuals will be paired against each other. The individual from the team that last got the question right will.
Chapter 6-2. Colonists saw British efforts to increase control over colonies as VIOLATION OF THEIR RIGHTS Many Colonists ORGANIZED TO OPPOSE British.
Conflict with England ·FIW causes huge debt ·Colonists still at threat from Indians ·England heavily taxes colonies ·Felt colonies should pay for protection.
ID Question How was your experience with the paper fee from yesterday similar to the colonist’s experience with the Stamp Act? What was your reaction?
American Soldiers English Soldiers. The Causes of the American revolution British Government Versus British Colonists.
#3 - What was the Boston Massacre?. Because of the Townshend Acts Tension increases: Tension increases: –England places 4,000 British soldiers in Boston.
Stamp Act placed tax on all paper used in colonies, and the colonists were furious at this act by Parliament.
Acts and Events Revolutionary War. Sugar Act First tax imposed on colonists Trying to reduce illegal smuggling of molasses Writ of Assistance- Right to.
Important People during the American Revolution. Patrick Henry Patriot Believed Britain was using it’s power unfairly Wrote a speech supporting war against.
Workbook Page 47 Back Class Notes. Trouble in Boston A.Bostonians were angry at having soldiers in their town because the soldiers were often rude and.
Conflicts in the Colonies. Conflict in the Colonies 1.Native Americans -land -religion 2.English Power -Mercantilism: England used colonies to provide.
American Revolution Causes Still 3 Pages….
Section 5.2: The Townshend Acts. Charles Townshend was appointed minister of finance for Great Britain Townshend was responsible for a new set of tax.
Causes of the American Revolution
Tighter British Control Leads to Greater Colonial Resistance.
Causes of the American Revolution 2. - Clash between colonists & British soldiers in Boston - British troops fired on crowd and five colonist died.
Warm-Up: Looking at the picture on the left, write a 5-10 sentence story about what happened. Use clues from the picture to help create your educated guess.
Conflict in the Colonies. Great Britain Raises Taxes ◦ Due to the French and Indian War Great Britain faced with how to pay for things. ◦ Needed Army.
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