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Chapter 5. Roads to Revolution, 1750-1776. The British Empire . The Seven Years’ War The French and Indian War Colonists join the fight The Role of the Native Americans. The End of French North America. The Treaty of Paris, 1763 East of the Mississippi New Orleans to Spain.
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Chapter 5 Roads to Revolution, 1750-1776
The British Empire The Seven Years’ War The French and Indian War Colonists join the fight The Role of the Native Americans
The End of French North America The Treaty of Paris, 1763 East of the Mississippi New Orleans to Spain
Imperial Revenues New Taxes War debt The Proclamation of 1763 The Writs of Assistance, 1760-1761
Taxes The Sugar Act, 1764 The Stamp Act, 1765 Resistance The Declaratory Act, 1766
New Rules and taxes The Quartering Act The Townshend Duties Letters from a Farmer Women and Colonial Resistance Customs “Racketeering”
Tension The Boston Massacre The Committees of Correspondence (1772-1773) The Tea Act The Coercive Acts
More Tension The First Continental Congress Suffolk Resolves Declaration of Rights
From Resistance to Rebellion Minutemen April 1775 Lexington and Concord William Dawes Paul Revere
The Revolutionary War Begins Bunker Hill The Second Continental Congress George Washington December 1775
The American Revolution Common Sense Thomas Paine January 1776 Views on Monarchs
Declaring Independence July 4,1776 Thomas Jefferson Equality Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.