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13 Colonies and the Reaction to the Quebec Act. The 13 colonies  Upset because of «  intolerable laws  » «  Sugar tax  »/ «  Stamp Act  »/ «  tea tax  » / Closing of the Boston Harbor / Quebec Act Intolerable = unacceptable 13 Colonies are done with this kind of treatment

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13 colonies and the reaction to the quebec act
13 Colonies and the Reaction to the QuebecAct

  • The 13 colonies  Upsetbecause of « intolerablelaws »

  • « Sugartax »/ « StampAct »/ « teatax » / Closing of the Boston Harbor / QuebecAct

  • Intolerable = unacceptable

  • 13 Colonies are donewiththiskind of treatment

  • REVOLUTION!!!


1775 invasion of the province of qu bec
1775 : Invasion of the Province of Québec

  • 1774 : 1st congress

  • George Washington in charge of American army

  • Americanswanted to recrut the « Canadiens » (French)

  • 1775 : Invasion of the province of Quebec

  • Arnold and Montgomerytry in invade Quebec

Washington


Arnold

Montgomery


Invasion of quebec a failure
Invasion of Quebec a failure

  • 1200 American troops try to make their way to Quebec

  • Terrain is too tough and there is a lack of supplies

  • Men die along the way

  • Less than 700 men make it to Quebec

  • American troops lose the Battle of Quebec



Major steps of the american revolution
Major Steps of the American Revolution

  • 1776: USA declaresindependance (Thomas Jefferson)

  • 1776 – 1783: American RevolutionaryWar The French (from France) help the Americanswin the war.

  • 1783: Treaty of Paris (Versailles)

  • USAbecomes an independentcountry

  • Province of QuebeclosesOhio Valley



Territory changes after the treaty of paris 1783
Territory Changes After the Treaty of Paris- 1783

United States Gets

  • 13 colonies  13 States

  • Ohio Valley

  • ½ of the Great Lakesregion (Southern)


Territory changes after the treaty of paris 17831
Territory Changes After the Treaty of Paris- 1783

England Losses

  • Losses 13 colonies

  • Losses ½ of Great Lakes region and Ohio Valley

  • Keeps Province of Quebec

  • Keeps Ruperts Land

  • Keeps Nova Scotia and Newfoundland


Major territory changes after t o p 1783
Major Territory Changes After T.O.P. -1783


Territory changes after the treaty of paris 17832
Territory Changes After the Treaty of Paris- 1783

  • Province of Québec losses ½ of Great LakesRegion and Ohio Valley

  • Loss of veryimportantterritory for fur trade


Territory changes after the treaty of paris 17833
Territory Changes After the Treaty of Paris- 1783

  • Province of Quebec losses very importantfur trading territory

  • Ohio Valley and lower part of Great Lakes were important for transportation


Territory changes after the treaty of paris 17834
Territory Changes After the Treaty of Paris- 1783

  • Americans are sending furs to Philadelphia and N.Y.C

  • The Spanish are taking furs from the south West (West of Mississippi River)

  • Montrealdoes not get as many furs now


Solution create another trading company
Solution  Createanother trading company

  • Start a companythatfocusesthe fur trade in the North-West

  • The « North-WestCompany »

  • Problem  Longer and further to get furs  price of fur rises a lot!


The loyalists
The Loyalists

Loyalists arrive in NewBrunswick

Who are the Loyalists?

  • People from the 13 colonies that remained LOYAL to England

  • Refused independence  they did not want to live in the United States


The loyalists1
The Loyalists

How manyLoyalists are there?

  • 100 000 leave USA in 15 years

    • 30 000 to England

    • 30 000 to Caribbean

    • 40 000 in the British Colonies North of USA

      • Newfoundland

      • P.E.I.

      • Acadia (Nova Scotia / N.B.)

      • Province of Québec

Loyalists arrive at the Baie of Quinte


The loyalists2
The Loyalists

Why are the Loyalists moving to the Province of Quebec?

  • They are considered to be traitors by the American and suffered bad treatment

  • Some loyalists wanted to starts businesses in the Province of Quebec

Loyalists arrive along the Great Lakes


The loyalists3
The Loyalists

Where do the Loyalists go in the Province of Quebec?

  • Montreal

  • Eastern Townships

  • West of the Ottawa River

  • Along the Great Lakes (Ontario, Erie, Huron)


The loyalists4
The Loyalists

What do the Loyalistscomplain about in the Province of Quebec?

  • Living in a French territory Law, language, religion….

  • You cannot vote for the people in the government not fair, not democratic!


The loyalists5
The Loyalists

What do the Loyalists want when they arrive in the Province of Quebec?

  • To live in a territory that is English with English laws and rules!

  • To be able to vote for the people in the government!


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