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1 “Independence” Simulation Folders
Read your new identity description – learn about “who you are”… (Use a dictionary if needed) Decorate your folder with pictures / words / images / etc. which explain “who you are”. In addition to your pictures include: Simulation name Faction (Patriot, Loyalist, Neutralist) Real name

2 “Independence” Simulation
Historical Bulletins “Independence” Simulation

3 Proclamation Act of 1763 LOSE 5 Points GAIN 10 Points Points
Rise – Worth, de Crevecoeur, P. Adams, Windom LOSE 5 Points Points Rise – MacAlister, Churchill, Van Renslar, Dickinson GAIN 10 Points

4 Read Section 1 of Chapter 6
Answer the questions Predict which events will have an impact on your character in the simulation. Identify why.

5 Currency Act - 1764 LOSE – 5 Points Points
Rise – ALL Farmers, Merchants (shopkeepers, innkeepers, etc), and bankers LOSE – 5 Points

6 “No taxation without Representation!”
Sugar Act NEW TAXES “No taxation without Representation!” SMUGGLERS Points Rise – Hutchinson, Devlin, Marlborough, Hatfield, Andrews, Rosenbloom, Minuet TAX LOSE – 5 Points Points Rise – EVERYONE ELSE INDIRECT TAX LOSE – 2 Points

7 Stamp Act - 1765 DIRECT TAX GAIN – 10 Points LOSE – 5 Points
Rise - Bradford GAIN – 10 Points Points Rise – Henry, Otis, Hatfield, Rosenbloom, A. Adams LOSE – 5 Points Points Rise – EVERYONE – except Bradford LOSE – 2 Points

8 Quartering Act - 1765 LOSE – 3 Points Points
Rise – All CITY residents (Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston) LOSE – 3 Points

9 Virginia Resolution - 1765 Only Virginians can tax Virginians!!!!
“…that the general assembly of the colony, together with his majesty or his substitute (Governor) have in their representative capacity the only exclusive right and power to levy taxes and impositions on the inhabitants of this colony.” - Patrick Henry Points Rise – EVERYONE! LOSE – 1 Point

10 Sons of Liberty - 1765 BOSTON LOSE – 2 Points Sam Adams
Rise – Neutralists and Loyalists LOSE – 2 Points Points Rise - Patriots Sam Adams LOSE – 5 Points

11 Since the end of the F& I War (Which we won…)
Proclamation Act of 1763 Currency Act 1764 Sugar Act 1764 Stamp Act 1765 Quartering Act 1765 Virginia Resolutions 1765 Sons of Liberty Organized 1765

12 Now for PACTS and FATE… PACTS – Pressure Actions FATE – Random acts….
Chairperson records actions on the PACTs page in packet Each faction takes up to 3 actions – no more. Record who is being “pressured” and who is “paying” (with points) for the action Chairperson randomly picks a fate for the group… Stuff happens beyond your control. Loyalist 1,2,3,4,6 Effect A Group Patriots 2,4,5,7 Effect A Group Neutralists X - # 9 & 10 Can’t do that! 1,2,3,6,7 Effect A Group

13 Stamp Act Congress New York City – Oct. 1765
Delegates will debate 5 proposals. Delegates must take notes for Stamp Act Congress Evaluation. See website for information about evaluations. Evaluations are due, Monday, November 19, or before. End of the French and Indian War – 1763 Proclamation of 1763 Currency Act – 1764 Sugar Act – 1764 Stamp Act – 1765 Quartering Act – 1765 Virginia Resolutions Sons of Liberty formed – 1765

14 Stamp Act Congress New York City – Oct. 1765
PROPOSALS The merchants agree to stop importing British goods. Attempts will be made to terrorize and intimidate all stamp distributors. The Congress agrees to refrain from doing any business that requires stamps. We demand that Parliament repeal the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act. With all due subordination to Parliament, we nevertheless reject the policy of virtual representation. End of the French and Indian War – 1763 Proclamation of 1763 Currency Act – 1764 Sugar Act – 1764 Stamp Act – 1765 Quartering Act – 1765 Virginia Resolutions Sons of Liberty formed – 1765


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