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The Proclamation of 1763 was enforced by using ________troops who would block colonists from heading (east/west) across the “Proclamation Line” at the ___________Mountains into newly-won territory after the _______ and ________ War.

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The Proclamation of 1763 was enforced by using British troops who would block colonists from heading (east/west) across the “Proclamation Line” at the Appalachian Mountains into newly-won territory after the French and Indian War.

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In what city was the Declaration adopted?

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Philadelphia

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What percentage of Georgians were loyal during the Revolutionary War?

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**About 50-65% of Georgians were loyalists.

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What percentage of Georgians were patriots during the Revolutionary War?

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**About 35-50% of Georgians were patriots.

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Georgia gained new lands on which to settle.

  • This meant new waterways for shipping and trade and new natural resources like pine trees.
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Thomas Jefferson goes on to be the ___ President of the United States.

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Thomas Jefferson goes on to be the 3rdPresident of the United States.

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What were THREE important outcomes of the Battle of Kettle Creek?

1. Who won? ___________________

2. It was a huge boost to the ________ 3. Patriots gained badly-needed ______

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What were THREE important outcomes of the Battle of Kettle Creek?
  • Who won?
    • Patriots (first big win in GA – although not big-time when compared to battles in the north)

2. It was a huge boost to the morale of the Georgia milita who had been losing battle after battle and finally had a win! 3. Patriots gained badly-neededweapons, ammunition, and horses from the British on the battlefield (picked off of dead bodies or made them give up)

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Where was the Battle of Kettle Creek fought?

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Washington, GA near Augusta

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Britain found itself with MASSIVE WAR DEBTS (almost $11 billion of debt), and Parliament had to create new taxes that the American Colonists would have to pay in order to pay this war debt off.

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1. Button Gwinnett

  • 2. Lyman Hall
  • 3. George Walton
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What were TWO important outcomes of the Siege of Savannah?

1. Who won? __________

2. Savannah would stay under the control of the_________________

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1. Who won? Britain

2. Savannah would stay under the control of the British for the next 3 ½ years

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Where did the Siege of Savannah take place?

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Reason 1.) To keep the colonists getting into fights with Natives for newly-won land and possibly causing another war Britian couldn’t afford.

Reason 2.) To make allies of the Indians in newly-won lands, so Britain could trade with them (furs) and make money.

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Reason 1 - She brought 5 British Tories to justice for killing important GA militia leader Col. John Dooley.

  • Reason 2 - She served as a spy for the patriots and uncovered important, sensitive information.
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Nancy Hart is the only female in Georgia History to have a _____ named after her.

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Nancy Hart is the only female in Georgia History to have a countynamed after her.

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Many were angered by the fact that “their prize” was snatched away from them by King George III and that they now had to pay for troops to enforce the proclamation. Many also felt like the Indians (who had sided with the French) were being treated better than the colonists by getting to keep all that land.

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Where would the Proclamation Line be on this map?

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Where would the Proclamation Line be on this map?

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It was an act passed by British parliament that required American colonists to pay a tax on the printed paper they used.

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In what month and year was the Stamp Act passed?

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March 1765

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Life

  • Liberty
  • To pursue what makes you happy
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After Clarke’s horse is shot out from underneath him, Dabney gives Clarke his own horse, so Clarke can continue to lead troops in battle and be in a less vulnerable situation.

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During what battle did Austin Dabney and Elijah Clarke fight together?

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The Battle of Kettle Creek

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The Stamp Act Congress is formed in Oct. 1765, and nine colonies send representatives to write a letter of protest to KG3 asking that the Stamp Act be repealed (cancelled).

  • GA did not send a representative!
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True or False

Georgia was under the control of the British for most of the American Revolutionary War.

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True

Georgia was under the control of the British for most of the American Revolutionary War.

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How was the response to the Stamp Act different in Georgia than it was in the rest of the colonies?

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Most GA colonists are not bothered by the new tax that the Stamp Act creates. In fact, GA was the ONLY COLONY to actually ever sell the stamps!

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4 laws that were designed to restore control over the colonists in Massachusetts and to send a message to other American colonies that they should “behave” too.

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What caused the Intolerable Acts?

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The cause was the Boston Tea Party in Massachusetts in Dec 1773.

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Place the following causes of the American Revolution by marking a number 1-5 to the right of each item. 1= first, 5 = last.

  • The French and Indian War
  • Intolerable Acts
  • Declaration of Independence
  • The Proclamation of 1763
  • Stamp Act.
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The French and Indian War 1

  • Intolerable Acts 4
  • Declaration of Independence 5
  • The Proclamation of 1763 2
  • Stamp Act 3
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The 1st Continental Congress was formed in September 1774 in Philadelphia.

  • All colonies EXCEPT GA sent representatives to protest Intolerable Acts.
  • They decided to stop trade with Great Britain, and urged each colony to set up “Committees of Safety” to make sure that the boycott was enforced.
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How was the response to the Intolerable Acts different in Georgia than it was in the rest of the colonies?

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Georgia colonists care more about other issues and still felt dependent on Britain, so they DID NOT to send a representative to the 1st Continental Congress.

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In what city did the 1st Continental Congress meet?

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Philadelphia