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FRENCH / INDIAN WAR. 1754 - 1763 (SEVEN YEARS WAR) VIDEO NOTES. THE OHIO COUNTRY. 1754 - DINWIDDIE VA. GOVERNOR MILITIAMEN (G. WASHINGTON) FORT NECESSITY ALBANY CONGRESS TREATY WITH IROQUOIS ( colonies - NO COOPERATION with each other) .

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French indian war

FRENCH / INDIAN WAR

1754 - 1763

(SEVEN YEARS WAR)

VIDEO NOTES


The ohio country
THE OHIO COUNTRY

  • 1754 - DINWIDDIE VA. GOVERNOR

  • MILITIAMEN (G. WASHINGTON)

  • FORT NECESSITY

  • ALBANY CONGRESS

  • TREATY WITH IROQUOIS

  • (colonies - NO COOPERATION with each other)


British defeat victory
BRITISH DEFEAT/VICTORY

  • GEN. BRADDOCK FORT DUQUESNE

  • MONTREAL

  • QUEBEC

  • TREATY OF PARIS OF 1763


Chapter 3 4 after the french indian war
Chapter 3 - 4AFTER THE FRENCH & INDIAN WAR

  • 1- French & Indian War changes US and THEM

  • 2- Age of Enlightenment IDEAS influence US


1 french indian war changes before after the war
1- French & Indian War ChangesBefore & After the War

COLONIES Attitudes Change

  • (BEFORE) ALBANY PLAN of UnionNO COOPERATION

  • (AFTER)

  • 1. GAIN MILITARY EXPERIENCE

  • 2.GAIN SELF-CONFIDENCE

  • 3.LEARN TO COOPERATE

  • 4. DEPEND LESS ON ENGLAND


British policy changes
BRITISH POLICY CHANGES

  • (BEFORE)

  • SALUTARY NEGLECT (SELF-RULE)

    • loose enforcement of the Navigation Acts

  • (AFTER) REASONS FOR CHANGE 1693-1763 ENGLAND vs FRANCE wars

  • 1. COLONIST’S DIDN’T HELP with war

  • 2. COLONIST’S BENEFITED MOST

  • 3. COLONIST’S MUST PAY $$$$$$ (taxes) *George Grenville (British Parliament)



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Pre-Game

Triangle Trade Navigation Acts

Salutary Neglect (self-rule)

French & Indian War

Albany Plan / Congress (NO cooperation)

AFTER THE WAR!!!!!!!!!

1st Quarter

Proclamation of 1763

Sugar/Quartering/Stamp

Patrick Henry (others)

Stamp Act Congress

Sons /Daughters of Liberty

Boycotts

Stamp Act Repealed

2nd Quarter

Declaratory Act (king)

Townshend Acts

(Americans Respond)

Public Actions

Samuel Adams / others Open Articles

Protests (Open)

Boston Massacre -Crispus Attucks

Committees of Correspondence


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3rd Quarter

Lord North

Gaspee Affair

Boston Tea Party - East India Co.

1774 Intolerable Acts

Gen. Gage “Martial Law”

1st Continental Congress

1st Bloodshed- Lexington & Concord

4th Quarter

2nd Continental Congress

Siege of BOSTON

Ft. Ticonderoga -Ethan Allen & Green Mtn.

Bunker Hill

Olive Branch Petition

Thomas Paines COMMON SENSE

Declaration ofIndependence

NEW BALLGAME

THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR BEGINS


American revolution
AMERICAN REVOLUTION

  • Chapter 4

    • Section 1 “Stirrings of Rebellion”

  • Chapter 4

    • Section 2 “Ideas Help Start the Revolution”

    • Declaration of Independence


New ideas spread
New Ideas Spread

  • John Locke Natural Rights (1689)

    • GOD gave people rights (pyramid)

  • Iiteracy - America vs. Europe (protestant)

  • What made the Am. colonies different?

  • 1- English History

    • Magna Carta (limited the power of the King)

    • Charter (Salutary Neglect) “Self-Rule”

  • 2- Puritans (beliefs & traditions)

    • Religion & Education

People (God)

The King

(to serve)

King (God)

The people

(to serve)


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  • Education Expands (Great Awakening)

    • Harvard, William & Mary, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Penn., Brown, Rutgers (Ivy League)

  • Written Word

    • Almanacs

    • Newspapers

    • Pamphlets

  • John Peter Zenger Trial - Precedent

    • (Freedom of Press) 1734


Journal writing do not write the question
JOURNAL WRITINGDo NOT Write the Question

  • Describe the events leading up to and during the French & Indian War and explain how the war will change the relationship of US (colonies) and England FOREVER!

    Full Page = 100 points


Journal writing do not write the question1
JOURNAL WRITINGDo NOT Write the Question

*How Things WERE

*New Events-People-Ideas

*HOW THINGS CHANGE

  • Describe the events leading up to and during the French & Indian War and explain how the war will change the relationship of US (colonies) and England FOREVER!


Ch 4 1 class notes events lead to war
Ch. 4 – 1: CLASS NOTES“Events Lead to WAR”


How we went from loyal british subjects to fighting for independence
How We Went from: Loyal British Subjects toFIGHTING FOR INDEPENDENCE

Pre-Game

(The FRENCH & INDIAN WAR)

We change – They change

1st Qtr (FAIR) (Quiet – Boycott)

2nd Qtr (FIRM) (Louder – Violent)

3rd Qtr (NICE) (Stay Stirred Up)

4th Qtr (HARD) (Defend Ourselves)

*NEW BALLGAME (Declare WAR)

NO Gov’t, No Army-Navy, NO Money,

NO Majority Support for War -30%


French

Pre-Game

Triangle Trade Navigation Acts

Salutary Neglect (Lenient Self-Rule)

French & Indian War

Albany Plan / Congress (NO cooperation)

AFTER THE WAR!!!!!!!!!

1st Quarter

Proclamation of 1763

Sugar/Quartering/Stamp

Patrick Henry (others)

Stamp Act Congress

Sons /Daughters of Liberty

Boycotts

Stamp Act Repealed

2nd Quarter

Declaratory Act (king)

Townshend Acts

(Americans Respond)

Public Actions

Samuel Adams / others Open Articles

Protests (Open)

Boston Massacre -Crispus Attucks


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3rd Quarter

Lord North

Committees of Correspondence

Gaspee Affair

Boston Tea Party - East India Co.

4th Quarter

1774 Intolerable Acts

Gen. Gage “Martial Law”

1st Continental Congress

1st Bloodshed- Lexington & Concord

2nd Continental Congress

Olive Branch Petition

Siege of BOSTON

Ft. Ticonderoga -Ethan Allen & Green Mtn.

Bunker Hill

Thomas Paines COMMON SENSE

Declaration ofIndependence

NEW BALLGAME

REVOLUTIONARY WAR BEGINS


Britain sends troops taxes
Britain sends Troops/Taxes

  • Navigation Acts (1660)

  • SMUGGLING EVERYWHERE

  • Royal Proclamation of 1763

  • 1764 - SUGAR ACT

  • 1765

  • -STAMP ACT -QUARTERING ACT

  • PATRICK HENRY ( 7 resolutions )

    • NO Taxation W/O Representation

      • Samuel Adams


Organized resistance
ORGANIZED RESISTANCE

  • Stamp Act Congress

    • John Adams

  • SONS/DAUGHTER OF LIBERTY

  • BOYCOT or NONIMPORTATION

  • MARCH 1766 STAMP ACT REPEALED

  • “DECLARATORY ACT”


Resistance continues
RESISTANCE CONTINUES

  • TOWNSHEND ACTS

  • AMERICAN RESPONSE

  • PUBLIC ARTICLES

    • SAMUEL ADAMS

  • BOSTON MASSACRE -Crispus Attucks


Tensions continue
TENSIONS CONTINUE

  • 1770-1773 NORTH

  • COMMITTEES OF CORRESPOND. (SPY)

  • GASPEE AFFAIR

  • British East India Co.

    • Tea Monopoly

  • BOSTON TEA PARTY

  • 1774 PASSES INTOLERABLE ACTS


Americans react
“AMERICANS” REACT

  • GEN. GAGE declares MARTIAL LAW in Boston

  • 1ST (SEPT/1774) CONTINENTAL CONGRESS

  • APRIL 19, 1775

  • LEXINGTON & CONCORDE “shot heard ‘round the WORLD”



First bloodshed1
“ FIRST BLOODSHED “

*Siege of Boston*

____________________

2nd Continental Congress


2 nd continental congress

Military Actions

Peace Actions

2nd Continental Congress

* Siege of BOSTON

* Ft. Ticonderoga

* Bunker Hill

* Peace Delegations

* Olive Branch Petition

Declaration of Independence


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Pre-Game

(The FRENCH & INDIAN WAR)

We change – They change

1st Qtr (FAIR) (Quiet – Boycott)

2nd Qtr (FIRM) (Louder – Violent)

3rd Qtr (NICE) (Stay Stirred Up)

4th Qtr (HARD) (Defend Ourselves)

*NEW BALLGAME (Declare WAR)

NO Gov’t, No Army,

NO Navy, NO Money,

NO Majority Support for War -30%


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  • Navigation Acts start - 1660

  • Salutary Neglect

  • The French & Indian War - 1754

  • The Albany Plan of Union / Congress

  • Royal Proclamation of 1763

  • Sugar Act 1764

  • Stamp Act 1765

  • Quartering Act 1765

  • Stamp Act Congress Meets

  • Sons & Daughters of Liberty organized

  • Stamp Act Repealed 1766


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  • Declaratory Act (king)

  • Townshend Acts

  • Boston Massacre -Crispus Attucks – March 5, 1770 (Paul Revere)

  • Committees of Correspondence 1772

  • The Gaspee Affair June 1772

  • Boston Tea Party 1773

  • 1774 Intolerable Acts

  • 1st Continental Congress meets September 1774


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  • General Gage leaves Boston in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

  • Bloodshed at Lexington & Concord 1775

  • The Siege of BOSTON Starts April 20, 1775

  • Ft. Ticonderoga attacked by Ethan Allen & Green Mtn. - May 10, 1775

  • Battle of Bunker Hill - June 17, 1775

  • Olive Branch Petition sent to king July 5, 1775

  • Thomas Paines “ COMMON SENSE” January 1776 – printed & circulated

  • Declaration of Independence - July 4, 1776


First bloodshed2
“ FIRST BLOODSHED “ in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

*Siege of Boston*

____________________

2nd Continental Congress


2 nd continental congress1

Military Actions in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

Peace Actions

2nd Continental Congress

* Siege of BOSTON

* Ft. Ticonderoga

* Bunker Hill

* Peace Delegations

* Olive Branch Petition

Declaration of Independence


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Ch. 4 - 2 "Ideas Influence Independence" in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

* SQR-3 Reading NotesChapter 4 - 2 IDEAS INFLUENCE INDEPENDENCE and the Last Events Leading to Revolution

* The Declaration of Independence (pg. 109)


Basic ideas of the declaration of independence
Basic Ideas of the in search of weapons – April 19, 1775“Declaration of Independence”

Introduction - Body - Conclusion

1. Introduction

2.Democratic Philosophy of Government (3 Main Ideas) “that change the world”

3. List of Grievances w/ England

4. Conclusion

* READ the Declaration of Independence

* COPY the 3nd Paragraph – Separate Sheet


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ASSESSMENT in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

2. Imagine that King George had accepted the Olive Branch Petition and sought a diplomatic resolution with the Congress. Do you think colonists would still have pressed for independence? Think About:

•the attitudes of the king and Parliament toward the colonies

•the impact of fighting at Lexington, Concord, and Breed’s Hill

•the writings of Thomas Paine

ANSWER

Yes: Colonists may have felt anger over the loss of fellow citizens in recent battles and other oppressive British actions; colonists may have remained inspired by Common Sense.

No: Many American colonists were still loyal to the king and did not want independence.

continued . . .


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ASSESSMENT in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

3. Thomas Paine wrote in the introduction to Common Sense:

“ The cause of America is in a great measure the cause of all mankind.”

Evaluate the significance of Paine’s statement. Think About:

•Locke’s ideas about natural rights

•Jefferson’s ideas about “unalienable rights”

ANSWER

Paine made colonists aware that their struggle for freedom wasn’t just a whim but was part of a universal struggle. Every human being possesses natural and unalienable rights, and when those rights are violated, it is every human being’s obligation to seek their restoration.


New ideas spread1
New Ideas Spread in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

  • John Locke Natural Rights (1689)

    • GOD gave people rights (pyramid)

  • Iiteracy - America vs. Europe (protestant)

  • What made the Am. colonies different?

  • 1- English History

    • Magna Carta (limited the power of the King)

    • Charter (Salutary Neglect) “Self-Rule”

  • 2- Puritans (beliefs & traditions)

    • Religion & Education

People (God)

The King

(to serve)

King (God)

The people

(to serve)


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  • Education Expands in search of weapons – April 19, 1775 (Great Awakening)

    • Harvard, William & Mary, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Penn., Brown, Rutgers (Ivy League)

  • Written Word

    • Almanacs

    • Newspapers

    • Pamphlets

  • John Peter Zenger Trial - Precedent

    • (Freedom of Press) 1734


Ideas behind the revolution
Ideas Behind the Revolution in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

  • Thomas Paine “Common Sense”

    • 500,000 copies (47 page pamphlet)

  • Declaration of Independence


Patriots declare independence
Patriots Declare in search of weapons – April 19, 1775Independence

  • John Adams (Mass)

  • Benjamin Franklin (Penn)

  • Thomas Jefferson (Va)

  • Robert Livingston (NY)

  • Roger Sherman (Conn)

  • Agigail Adams (women)

  • Slavery Paragraph - Debate


  • Reasons encourage declaration of independence

    Colonists Angry British use of “mercenaries” in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

    Treatment of War Prisoners v. Traitors

    Military confidence from Early Incidents

    Lexington/Concord

    Siege of Boston

    Ft. Ticonderoga

    Bunker Hill

    John Locke, Thomas Pains & others Ideas

    Common Sense

    Financial Advantages

    Trade/Commerce

    American Destiny

    “Better Society”

    Reasons EncourageDeclaration of Independence


    Basic ideas of the declaration of independ
    Basic Ideas of the in search of weapons – April 19, 1775“Declaration of Independ.”

    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Democratic Philosophy of Govern

    • 3. List of Grievances w/ England

    • 4. Conclusion


    1 introduction
    1. Introduction in search of weapons – April 19, 1775

    • -”decided to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with England & to declare Independence”

    • declare to the world the reasons they are seperating from Britian”


    2 democratic philosophy

    “All men are created equal, endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights”

    GOD gave us rights

    “To secure these rights, gov’t is constituted & derive their powers”

    Gov’t must protect those rights

    “Whenever gov’t does not following it’s social contract, people have the right to abolish it

    People have the right to change the government if it doesn’t protect those rights

    2. Democratic Philosophy