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    1. Chapter 7 Section 4 The Legacy of the War Wednesday, September 24, 2008

    2. Study Guide-Front Guided Reading Analyzing Causes-Page 212 Recognizing Effects Terms of Treaty, page 212 (6) Costs of War, page 213 (5) Issues after War-power point Add-Elizabeth Freeman, Richard Allen

    3. Study Guide-Back Do NOT do Part A Part B-4 True; 2 False

    4. American Advantages Better Leadership Washington, Greene Foreign Aid France (money) Spain (Navy) Knowledge of Land Motivation

    5. Terms of Treaty US was independent Boundaries Mississippi River-West Spanish Florida-South Canada-North US reserves right to fish in Atlantic Waters of Canada

    6. Terms of Treaty, 2 Each side would repay debts British would return captured Slaves Congress would recommend that Loyalist property be returned

    7. Costs of War US 25,700 dead 8,200 wounded 1,400 missing British 10,000 dead US left with $27 million war debt

    8. After the War Republicanism (people rule) Religious Freedom Slavery How do we shape our government? (in order to form a more perfect union)

    9. Names Elizabeth Freeman was a slave from Massachusetts who sued for her freedom and won. Richard Allen formed the Free Africa Society and AME Church

    10. T/F 1. T 2. T 3. T 4. F 5. T 6. F