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FRENCH & INDIAN WAR. SALUTARY NEGLECT. REVOL- UTION!. DOCS OF THE USA. POTPOURRI. 1pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2pt. 2pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 4 pt. 4pt. 5pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt.

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This American, a Virginian, was sent by the British to stop the French from building forts near modern day Pittsburgh.

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During the War, this colonist traded blankets infected with smallpox virus to the OV Indians; they never recovered.

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These were the possessions of the French and the British, respectively, in North America in 1754.

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What are French: Quebec & Ontario, US west of Appalachians and past Mississippi; English: 13 colonies

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This was the name for the area that the British told the colonists they could not cross; it cut through the Appalachian Mnts.

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These are the three kinds of taxes we discussed in class, applied by the British against the colonists at one time or another.

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What were protecting tax collectors, enforcing the Proclamation Line, & protecting colonists from indians?

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This was the name of the French negotiator of the end of the F & I war who foresaw the colonies’ breaking away from England.

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According to Mr. Duffy, this is what the Revolution was really about, and here are three examples of it.

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What are loss of real or perceived freedoms & loss of home rule, tax enforcement, quartering of troops, limits on trade, limits on expansion?

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This American revolutionary was born in the West Indies and rose to become Washington’s trusted aide; he would later be shot in a duel with the VP of the USA.

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These are three material disadvantages that the colonists had when compared to the British military.

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What is not enough muskets, few cannon, no navy, no uniforms, little training & no bayonets?

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These are two key battles of the Revolution; the first concerned the surrender of John Burgoyne’s troops in NY while the second involved General Cornwallis’ surrender.

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What were political independence, economic freedom from mercantilism, social advancement of Americans, western migration, and religious separation?

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This was the law passed by the AOC legislature that established the means by which territories could become states.

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What were the Connecticut Compromise, the Electoral College, the makeup of the Supreme Court, and the 3/5 Compromise (or other slave compromises)?

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These are the four ways power is distributed between states and the central government, in America.

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This was the name of the British General who was killed in 1755 in a French ambush, accelerating the F & I War.

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This founding father, a future president, was known as “the father of the constitution.”

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What are how a bill becomes a law, how war is declared, how a treaty is approved, how an appointment is made, etc.?

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These are three civil liberties protected by the Constitution, with their definitions.

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What are ex post facto law (can’t punish something that wasn’t criminal when it happened), bill of attainder (people must have a trial), & habeus corpus (must tell people why arrested)?