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Write 5 facts or four or more words about the Proclamation Line or the French and Indian War. You only have 5 minutes to complete this. PROCLAMATIONPROCLAMATION.

One (SS8H3a) – The student will explain the immediate and long-term causes of the American Revolution and their impact on Georgia; include the French & Indian War (Seven Years War), Proclamation of 1763, Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts, and the Declaration of Independence. SHORT-TERM CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: 2. The First Continental Congress Many of the colonies felt great sympathy and outrage for Massachusetts/


REVOLUTION AND ENLIGHTENMENT CHAPTER 10. 10-1 THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION SPRITE CHART CURRENT EVENTS.

DISCOVERY OF A COMET 10-1 THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION DESCARTES AND REASON RENE DESCARTES RENE DESCARTES 17 TH CENT FRENCH PHILOSOPHER 17 TH CENT FRENCH PHILOSOPHER THE NEW CONCEPTS BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION HAD A PROFOUND AFFECT ON DESCARTES THE NEW / – COSSACK – STARTED A PEASANT REBELLION EMELYAN PUGACHEV – COSSACK – STARTED A PEASANT REBELLION IT WAS SHORT LIVED IT WAS SHORT LIVED CATHERINE THE GREAT ALSO EXPANDED THE TERRITORY OF RUSSIA CATHERINE THE GREAT ALSO EXPANDED THE TERRITORY OF /


Chapter 19 A Revolution in Politics: The Era of the French Revolution and Napoleon.

newspapers flooded Paris A river of pamphlets and newspapers flooded Paris Grain remained in short supply Grain remained in short supply 10/5/89, several hundred women staged a protest against the high / power. What lasting changes did his reign have on Europe? Web Links American Revolution American Revolution American Revolution American Revolution French Revolution French Revolution French Revolution French Revolution Estates-General Estates-General Estates-General Louis XVI Louis XVI Louis XVI Louis XVI /


Unit 5 Enlightenment & Revolutions. Essential Questions 1. What are the main ideas of the ‘Enlightenment’? 2. Where and how did these ideas create change?

a strong government, people would lead ‘poor, nasty, brutish, and short lives’ Without a strong government, people would lead ‘poor, nasty, brutish, and short lives’ The Enlightenment John Locke John Locke Believed people were naturally happy,/ would be an example for revolutions around the world Their success would be an example for revolutions around the world Revolutions Causes of the French Revolution: Causes of the French Revolution: 1. Inequalities in French society Widespread hunger, record cold/


1 Academic Content Standards Targets. 2 Chapter 6 The American Revolution Chapter 6, Section 1 ► Did You Know? (find a grave) Know? ► Thomas Paines Common.

the following choices represents the proper sequence of events surrounding the American Revolution? a. Declaration of Independence Battles of Lexington and Concord Articles / Battle of Long Island ► The Continental Army faced many obstacles. They ran short of supplies. The size of the army shrank. Soldiers became discouraged. Some/the Continental Army survived. In April news of France’s alliance cheered them. ► A French nobleman, Marquis de Lafayette, spent the winter at Valley Forge. He offered his services/


Why did the French Revolt?. First Estate Second Estate Third Estate The Church (0.5%) They owned 10% of the land. Bishops and Archbishops earned lots.

throws a tomato at the tuck shop lady, which sparks a food fight. TASK = Now try and identify LONG TERM and SHORT TERM causes of the French Revolution. You should write either a ST or an LT next to the cause. It is generally agreed that: 1700 – 1783 – LONG TERM/ 1784 – 1789 – SHORT TERM  LOUIS XVI  He became King in 1774 at the age of 20.  He ruled from his palace (/


Western Civilization II HIS-102 Unit 5 - The French Revolution and Napoleon.

May 1789) Revolution From Below  The first stages of the French Revolution  Popular /French Revolution Culture of the RevolutionRevolution had impact on all aspects of life  Fashion was guided strongly by those in power  Prior to the Revolution, fashioned was focused on the elite and privileged  During the radical revolution, fashion mimicked the clothing of the sans-culottes  People would wear the Red Cap of Liberty  Hairstyles changed  Instead of long powdered hair, encouraged short hair  Short/


The Age of Napoleon Mr. Heaps World History. World History Shorts Review: Napoleon Use the shorts lesson to answer the following questions: –Why was Napoleon.

__________. –Napoleon was highly educated in the works of the ___________ as well as great _________ leaders of the past and their campaigns. Corsica military short Italianmoney Philosophesmilitary Napoleon & The French Revolution Napoleon experienced the radical _________ of the Revolution & Reign of Terror first-hand. Seeking ____________ in the military, he vowed his _________ to the new Revolutionary government. violence advancement loyalty Napoleon’s/


The Scientific Revolution 1550-1789. What do I need to know… Theories in science and their conflicts with religion Theories in science and their conflicts.

, poor, nasty, brutish and short.” Key beliefs: without governments to keep order there would be constant war…. Life would be “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short.” To escape this people had /from others (closed country policy) Isolation from others (closed country policy) World Revolutions The Glorious Revolution American Revolution French Revolution Latin American Revolution Haitian Revolution English Revolution Causes Ongoing conflict between king and parliament (taxes, Petition of Rights) Ongoing /


Chapter 18 The French Revolution. Stages of French Revolution Reform Reform Radicalization Radicalization Civil War Civil War Foreign War Foreign War.

of the peasants and working people. Poor economic conditions of the peasants and working people. 1789 French Revolution brings to foreground: French Revolution brings to foreground: –Civic Equality –Popular Sovereignty that challenges major political and social institutions. Brings /Assembly will be comprised of entirely new members. The Legislative Assembly will be short lived: 1791-1792. The Legislative Assembly will be short lived: 1791-1792. The Jacobins The Jacobins A club of politically like-minded/


AP World History: The French Revolution Period 4.

power through a coup d’ état – who would end the ten-year period (1789-1799) known as the French Revolution. Focus Questions 1.Describe the size, privileges, and exemptions of the 3 Estates. 2.What were the long and short term causes of the French Revolution? 3.What human rights were expressed in the Rights of Man and the Rights of Woman? 4.Describe the/


Reaction, Revolution, and Romanticism 1815-1850 Explain the major political philosophies to emerge in the early nineteenth century. Discuss the causes.

Only 8% of population eligible to vote - Tories (aristocracy) took steps to prevent liberal influence from French Revolution Corn Laws- Aristocracy forbade importation of cheap grain unless domestic prices rose to benefit their personal gain at / Repressive Measures –Carlsbad Decrees [Prus.] –Six Acts [Eng.] –Secret police created in many European states. Pre-1848 Tensions: Short-term Agricultural Crises –Poor cereal harvests prices rose 60% in one year. –Potato blight  Ireland Prices rose 135% for food/


Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon Bonaparte / Buonaparte Born in 1769 on the French controlled island of Corsica Born in 1769 on the French controlled island.

from army captain to ruler of France in a very short time. He took advantage of the turmoil of the French Revolution. Napoleon, brilliant military leader In charge of French interior at the age of 26 Invaded Italy and Egypt /After Congress of Vienna, monarchs ruled again –Citizens ’ rights restricted –Nobles returned to their previous lifestyles French Revolution changed Europe French Revolution changed Europe –Monarchies no longer secure –Common people learned they could change the world –Ideals of human /


1750-1914: An Age of Revolutions Latin American Independence Movements.

of Montesquieu, Rousseau (man was born free), Locke ( right to property), and Voltaire. 3. The ideas of the French Revolution. ( liberty, equality, and fraternity ) 4. The Influences of United States independence. [ translations of the Declaration of Independence/December 9, 1824 (Peruvian Indep. Day!) Why? Ayachuco was the last territory held by the Spaniards What happened? Short battle that ensured independence for the rest of South America! Importance? –Spaniards agree to leave Peru –Marked the /


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which left peasant farmers with little money for taxes Influence of Enlightenment philosophes Also System of mercantilism which restricted trade Influence of other successful revolutions England’s Glorious Revolution (1688-1689) American Revolution (1775-1783) Short-term Causes of the French Revolution Bankruptcy Caused by deficit spending Financial ministers (Turgot, Necker, Calonne) proposed changes But these were rejected Assembly of Notables voted down taxation for the/


THE ENGLISH COLONIES AND THE ROAD TO REVOLUTION AMS 7 th Grade Unit #2.

grew rich by cleverly exploiting the region’s resources. ■Farming in New England was not easy. The growing season was short, and the soil in many places was rocky. Most farmers practiced subsistence farming. That is, they produced just enough food/ a key cause of the American Revolution. ■Born and raised in Thetford, England, Paine did not come to America until 1774. ■After the American Revolution Paine moved to Paris, where he became a key figure in the French Revolution, and remained in France through the/


Agenda: What were the roots of the French Revolution

without the other. Events which bring important change (or action) need both long-term and short-term causes. Short-term Causes of the French Revolution Bankruptcy Caused by deficit spending Financial ministers (Turgot, Necker, Calonne) proposed changes But these / of the monarchy and a completely new socio-political system for France Long-term Causes of the French Revolution Everything previously discussed Absolutism Unjust socio-political system (Old Regime) Poor harvests which left peasant farmers /


France pre-revolution The Old Regime (Ancien Regime)

three estates. 4. What is deficit spending? How was this a feature of pre-revolution France? 5. What were the immediate (short-term) causes of the French Revolution? 7. How were the King and Queen viewed by their subjects? What reasons were/Necker, who was popular with the third estate, igniting the people’s revolution.   The Storming of the Bastille July 14, 1789 Short clips   http://vcerevolutions.wikispaces.com/French+Revolution+-+Video+Clips The Court Returns to Paris Mounting unemployment and hunger in /


FC.88A THE START OF THE THIRTY YEARS WAR (1618-30) Sweden, free after its war vs. Poland, enters war on Protestant side (1630), backed up by French funds,

& exhausted  No longer a major power Introduction: A Brutal Century “…the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.” --Thomas Hobbes The 1600s were brutal times, the years 1618-48 marked by the first European-wide conflict, the Thirty Years War, the/when we study how Germany was used as a battleground for the Seven years War and the wars of Louis XIV, the French Revolution, and Napoleon, remember the Thirty Years War. When we study the rise of Brandenburg-Prussia & the unification of the /


Absolutism, Age of Enlightenment, & Revolutions

Monday Day Nine Test First Ten Hand in your packet. Ask questions if you need clarification on topics. Study! Hook Prep scantron Short Answer section Work Session Unit Test (40 min) + short answer Notebook Check Absolutism DBQ Scientific Revolution DBQ Enlightenment Chart French Revolution Packet Napoleon/Congress of Vienna/LA Rev WS Upfront Magazine/Health Survey Galileo – pg 2 WWI – pg 24-27 – outline impact/


The french revolution Nimra Siddiqui Swaiba Hamid.

(long-term) causes of the French Revolution? 5. What were the immediate (short-term) causes of the French Revolution? 6. Explain the debate over voting which occurred in the Estates-General. Works Cited 1."French Revolution - Information, Facts, and Links." Enotes.com. Enotes.com, n.d. Web. 06 Dec. 2012. 2."French Revolution Essay | French Revolution." BookRags. BookRags, n.d. Web. 06 Dec. 2012. 3."French Revolution." History.com. A&E Television Networks/


Unit 2: Road to the Revolution

their political rights as Englishmen. Britain’s political and economic crackdown following the French and Indian War was the most important factor contributing to the American Revolution.” American Revolution in 30 seconds British vs. North American colonists (13 colonies) Colonists fought the/comes from your study guide Be working on this at home/on your own time Multiple choice matching A few short answers Study Guide The only term you need to know in the last row is Declaration of Independence Apply that/


Chapter 21 Revolutions in Europe and Latin America

lawyers, politicians, writers, and others who helped to shape public opinion. Liberals were inspired by the Enlightenment and the French Revolution. They wanted the government to be based on written constitutions and separation of powers. They defended the natural rights of/but he was overthrown. The Central American leaders set up the United Provinces of Central America, however it was short lived. It was then separated into Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Costa Rica. These new nations faced/


Chapter 3 Colonies Come of Age

Poor Richard’s Almanac 1754 French & Indian War begins 1763 Treaty of Paris Ends French & Indian War Chapter 3 Section 1 England & Its Colonies Key Terms Mercantilism Parliament Navigation Acts Dominion of England Sir Edmund Andros Glorious Revolution Salutary Neglect Chapter 3 /the Exclusion of ours? Why should Pennsylvania, founded by the English, become a Colony of Aliens, who will shortly be so numerous as to Germanize us instead of our Anglifying them?” Chapter 3 Section 3 The Commercial North Homework/


THE ANATOMY OF 18 th, 19 TH AND 20 TH CENTURY REVOLUTIONS THE VARIOUS TYPES OF MODERN REVOLUTIONS.

Revolution - 1821 - 1829 Greek Revolution - 1821 - 1829 French Revolution -1789-1799 French Revolution -1789-1799 American Revolution 1775-1781 (how was this revolution different) American Revolution 1775-1781 (how was this revolution different) Russian Revolution 1917-1921 Russian Revolution 1917-1921 Chinese Revolution 1911 – 1921 Chinese Revolution 1911 – 1921 Cuban Revolution 1958 - ? Cuban Revolution 1958 - ? Iranian Revolution 1979 - ? Iranian Revolution/. Short-term event sparks a conflict. Short-term/


Chapter 4 – The Revolutionary Era

exports to Britain Formed a force of minutemen, colonial soldiers who would be ready to resist a British attack with short notice The Battles of Lexington and Concord Minutemen in Massachusetts were drilling on their village commons and stockpiling gunpowder and/. Catholics had often faced prejudice, but the arrival of French Catholic soldiers helped change many people’s attitudes. A New Nation The war left the new nation with some problems. The Revolution had cost a lot of money, and Congress had borrowed/


Latin American Revolutions Project WH 2014. Questions to Consider:  How does “my Latin Revolution” compare to the causes and practices of the French.

during presentation  Group members will grade each other What will I be graded on?  Individual Grades:  Causes, Practices, and Effects graphic organizer due with your writing assignment  Short essay comparing French Revolution and “my Latin American” revolution (See question at the beginning of the power point) Timeline  Day 1 (FULL DAY): Causes  Day 2: Practices/Outcomes  Day 3: Slideshow/work on Essay  Day 4/


WORLD WAR I 1914-1918.

wanted to recreate a self-governing Polish state. Intense patriotism assured popular support for warlike measures. Nationalism (Continued) The French Revolution and the Napoleonic era had spread throughout most of Europe the idea of political democracy, with the resulting idea that/Crisis (Continued) Germanys motives in the Balkans were largely strategic in the long term and diplomatic in the short term. The Germans envisioned a Berlin-based political and economic zone stretching from the Baltic Sea to the /


The Duel for North America

British rule until the end of the American Revolution, it was retroceded to Spain. The US then purchased FL in 1819. FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR 1754-1763 summarized FOR OVER 100 YEARS THE FRENCH AND BRITISH HAD STRUGGLED FOR CONTROL OF NORTH /navy American Weaknesses The colonists are not a trained army Outnumbered Weak government Colonists enlist for months instead of years Short on money, weapons and supplies to fight a war British Strengths The British have an experienced professional army Outnumber the/


THE REVOLUTION IN POLITICS, 1775-1815 AP European History – Eastview High School Ch21 Section 3 – The French Revolution, 1789-1791 (McKay, et al., 8 th.

government based on Enlightenment ideals?  What are the major long- and short-term causes of the French Revolution? Anatomy of a Revolution  There is a theory about how and why revolutions take place, and much of it is based on the French Revolution.  Crane Brinton, Anatomy of Revolution: He uses the analogy of a fever to explain revolutions:  SYMPTOMS (Causes)  CRISIS (The Escalation)  DELIRIUM/HIGH POINT (Radical Phase)  RELAPSE/


CLICK THE VIDEO TO PLAY Born on August 15, 1769 City of Ajaccio on the island of Corsica, shortly before coming under French rule Second son of Carlo.

and honeymoon with Josephine, Napoleon assumed the command of the Army of Italy. He appeared to his troops as a short, sickly man, but quickly built up a strong reputation On April 9, 1796, he lead his troops against the /Hill, 1995. Print. "ART and ARCHITECTURE, Mainly." : Napoleon. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Dec. 2012. "French Revolution - Robespierre, and the Legacy of the Reign of Terror." French Revolution - Robespierre, and the Legacy of the Reign of Terror. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Dec. 2012. "Finding Napoleon/


Please do not talk at this timeOct. 21 HW: Finish your Causes of the French Revolution Packet Questions and Graphic Organizer. Cornell Notes for Chapter.

their king? Causes- ClaimEvidenceQuoteExplanation Peasant Hardships- What problems did peasants face? What were the short and long term effects of these hardships/ problems? Why would these hardships make people take action to change their government? (how is this a cause of the French Revolution?) Enlightenment Ideas- What Enlightenment ideas did the people of France know about? How did they find out about them/


January 7 -Objective: To understand some of the key people and countries involved in the American success in the American Revolution -Bellwork: List and.

. Who went to France from the U.S. and why? 2. Why did France join the Patriot side? 3. Name 3 ways that French helped the Patriots in the war effort. 1. Why did Spain join the Patriot side? 2. Who was Galvez and explain 2 ways in / the 3 events you think were the most significant in the start of the American Revolution. – 3 points List and explain the significance of the 5 key battles of the American Revolution. – 5 points Short Answer Using at least 4 sentences, list and explain/or give an example of the/


The Revolutionary Era Notes The Road to Revolution Declaring Independence The Revolutionary War Begins An American Victory Video Images Boycotting British.

exports to Britain Formed a force of minutemen, colonial soldiers who would be ready to resist a British attack with short notice The Battles of Lexington and Concord Minutemen in Massachusetts were drilling on their village commons and stockpiling gunpowder and/. Catholics had often faced prejudice, but the arrival of French Catholic soldiers helped change many people’s attitudes. A New Nation The war left the new nation with some problems. The Revolution had cost a lot of money, and Congress had borrowed/


THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION  Identifies the vast economic changes noted in many nations in the 19th century  Term used to describe the speed up of technological.

of banking slowed in France by the wars of Louis XIV, reaction to the Mississippi Bubble scandal, and the French Revolution  Growth international banks in 19th century Appearance of the great banking houses of Europe  Baring in London /criminals) Privileged Classes  Boys attended secondary schools/ girls home or church school  Men wore practical clothing: long trousers, short jackets, dark colors, no makeup (previously common – aristocracy), simple cut hair  Women dressed for decorative effect: Tightly /


Civil War, Commonwealth and Revolution. Charles I Came to the throne in 1625 Engaged in a struggle for power with the Parliament of England. The struggle.

Church lands restored – Clergy’s power to enforce laws of God strengthened – Clerical appointments restructured and control of tithes. In short, moved Church of England back towards Rome. Pope even offered to make Laud a Roman Catholic bishop. Ultimately paid for his actions/war’s end, Britian had Quebec, ahd driven the French out of India, had won the battle of Minden and destroyed the French fleet at Quiberon bay. A great success for the British. Industrial Revolution (Part 1) Britain can be said to have /


THE ANATOMY OF 19 TH AND 20 TH CENTURY REVOLUTIONS THE VARIOUS TYPES OF MODERN REVOLUTIONS.

movements Latin American independence movements Mehmet Ali (Egypt), 1830 Mehmet Ali (Egypt), 1830 French Revolution 1848, Commune 1870 French Revolution 1848, Commune 1870 Polish 1830, 1848, 1863 Polish 1830, 1848, 1863 19 th c. Eastern Europe 19 / of the situation. Some disaster rallies the forces, who oppose changes, seek control of the situation. Short-term event sparks a conflict. Short-term event sparks a conflict. Government too divided and weak to suppress the conflict. Government too divided/


Modern Europe II Unit 4 – Revolutions and Order, 1848-1870.

and manorial systems  Revolutions of this period were short lived  Brought to an end through military means  Start a new period of reactionism  Republique Française French Revolution of 1848  July Monarchy remained separate from changing French society  Still /the Workshop which could not handle the numbers  Increased from 66,000 participants in April to 120,000 French Revolution of 1848  Popular politics  Provisional government lifted restrictions on freedom of speech and political activity  Women/


Chapter 6 The American Revolution The War for Independence.

the Army They did not Battle of Long Island Outnumbered and out maneuvered, Americans suffered a serious defeat. They were short of supplies. British sent reports of Americans not wearing shoes, socks, or jackets. Washington retreated to Manhattan, and /Battle of Yorktown Battle of Yorktown August-October 1781 The last major battle of the American Revolution was fought at Yorktown. Washington learned that the French Admiral de Grasse was sailing to Virginia to prevent the British army under the command of/


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which left peasant farmers with little money for taxes Influence of Enlightenment philosophes Also System of mercantilism which restricted trade Influence of other successful revolutions England’s Glorious Revolution (1688-1689) American Revolution (1775-1783) Short-term Causes of the French Revolution Bankruptcy Caused by deficit spending Financial ministers (Turgot, Necker, Calonne) proposed changes But these were rejected Not taxing 1 st and 2 nd estate/


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which left peasant farmers with little money for taxes Influence of Enlightenment philosophes Also System of mercantilism which restricted trade Influence of other successful revolutions England’s Glorious Revolution (1688-1689) American Revolution (1775-1783) Short-term Causes of the French Revolution Bankruptcy Caused by deficit spending Financial ministers (Turgot, Necker, Calonne) proposed changes But these were rejected Assembly of Notables voted down taxation for the/


THE FRENCH REVOLUTION AND NAPOLEON CHAPTER 11. 11-1 THE FRENCH REVOLUTION BEGINS CURRENT EVENTS SPRITE CHART.

PRIVILEGES – REMAINED FROM FEUDAL TIMES FEES – COMMON ITEMS SUCH AS THE FLOUR MILL, COMMUNITY OVEN, WINEPRESS 11-1 THE FRENCH REVOLUTION BEGINS SKILLED CRAFTSPEOPLE, SHOPKEEPERS, OTHER WAGE EARNERS – ANOTHER GROUP IN THE 3 RD ESTATE – THIS GROUP REALLY STRUGGLED WHY?/IN SCHOOL BY HIS FELLOW OFFICERS WHY? SHORT, LITTLE MONEY, ITALIAN ACCENT 11-3 THE AGE OF NAPOLEON HE READ THE WORKS OF PHILOSOPHES AND STUDIED MILITARY CAMPAIGNS AND LEADERS *THE FRENCH REVOLUTION AND EUROPEAN WAR GAVE HIM AN AVENUE TO/


Chapter 4 – The Revolutionary Era Section Notes The Road to Revolution Declaring Independence The Revolutionary War Begins An American Victory Video Images.

exports to Britain Formed a force of minutemen, colonial soldiers who would be ready to resist a British attack with short notice The Battles of Lexington and Concord Minutemen in Massachusetts were drilling on their village commons and stockpiling gunpowder and/. Catholics had often faced prejudice, but the arrival of French Catholic soldiers helped change many people’s attitudes. A New Nation The war left the new nation with some problems. The Revolution had cost a lot of money, and Congress had borrowed/


The Haitian Revolution Lesson Presentations. Haiti before the Revolution October 1 st or 2 nd, 2015 Essential Question: What was Saint-Domingue like before.

Revolution Takeaways What were the political, social and economic conditions that made the Haitian Revolution possible? PoliticalSocialEconomic The French Revolution offered hope for equality for slaves, affranchis and poor whites. The French Revolution weakened/short term, other sugar-producing Caribbean colonies actually expanded slavery It convinced Napoleon to abandon France’s imperial ambitions in the Americas (Louisiana Purchase) The Haitian Revolution Takeaways Haiti today is shaped by the revolution/


French Revolution Pre-Revolutionary Society Long Term Causes Short Term Causes Aftermath.

Pre-Revolutionary Society Long Term Causes Short Term Causes Aftermath French Revolution Pre-Revolutionary Society ClergyNobles Professional people, peasants and laborers French Revolution Pre-Revolutionary Society ClergyNobles Professional people, peasants and laborers First Estate Second Estate Third Estate French Revolution Pre-Revolutionary Society ClergyNobles Professional people, peasants and laborers First Estate Second Estate Third Estate Smallest part of the population least % in taxes Largest/


Why did the French Revolt? Term 1: French Revolution LO: What were the intellectual and political causes of the French Revolution?

were the social and economic causes of the French Revolution? Long term causes or trends are bigger factors which build up over time. E.g. The prices in the tuck shop have been increasing over time from beginning of 2013 R3 per packet to R5 at the end of 2013 Short and Long Term Causes EVENT Short term causes are those events which cause/


American Revolution French and Indian War. What’s going on in the colonies? (review) England is not the only country to have colonies in the New World.

banned all settlement west of the Appalachians. Hard to enforce American Revolution Road to Revolution Proclamation of 1763 Event: British announced the land won during the French/ Indian War (west of Appalachian Mountains) would be reserved for Native/, clothing, medicine Near bankrupt treasury Loyalist warfare -neighbor vs. neighbor Inexperienced army and militia- most were farmers Short enlistment Brand new Navy- few ships to defend coastland Constant shortage of money, arms, food, clothing, medicine /


Back Next Index Quit The French Revolution.

set a good example for the French. It showed that a government could actually be formed by the people. It encouraged the French to fight for their freedom. As a result, the French started their revolution shortly after the birth of the United/ Civil War (1861-1865) Independence movements in Latin America (1810-1865) Next Index Quit Liberalism and Nationalism The French Revolution gave birth of the ideas of Liberalism and Nationalism which emphasized freedom and the nation-ruling of people. The European/


APUSH: MIDTERM 2014 Review Sessions.

maintain neutral trading rights, and promote its economic interests. Period 3: 1754-1800 3.1.III.B.: The French Revolution’s spread throughout Europe and beyond helped fuel Americans’ debate not only about the nature of the United States/moderate Republicans to reconstruct the defeated South changed the balance of power between Congress and the presidency and yielded some short-term successes, reuniting the union, opening up political opportunities and other leadership roles to former slaves, and temporarily/


Causes of the French Revolution Political Causes.

of their eating habits. In numerous anti-monarchial pamphlets the King was portrayed as suffering from a "moronic and short-sighted bulemia that made him no match for the honest, abstemious, and responsible Constitutional Assembly." (Spang, 123)Spang/ she was, indeed, "Madame Déficit.“ The diamond necklace affair would be one of the final straws before the French Revolution and Marie Antoinettes death sentence. The Necklace Scandal 1,600,000 livres [$100 million today] Political Causes: Marie Antoinette /


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