The Clash of Empires. Causes : - Social: British colonies provided a period of salutary neglect where they paid little attention to them, where these people began to change their lifestyles . ( changes in Lifestyle + Religions + Education)
-Social: British colonies provided a period of salutary neglect where they paid little attention to them, where these people began to change their lifestyles. ( changes in Lifestyle + Religions + Education)
-Political: Contest for Power of North America between the European Powers with War. (Treaties + War)
-Economical: Limited trading rights in Spanish America - (control of trade/industry + levels of international trade)Effects:
-Social: Generation of peace and the roots of independence began to grow they could have control over what religion they wanted to be, or if they wanted to receive education, things were no longer under complete control by Britain.
-Political: King William’s War and Queen Anne’s War guerilla warfare à British Rewarded with Acadia, Newfoundland and Hudson Bay ( treaty of 1713)
-Economical: Friction over smuggling (because of trading rights) War of Jenkin’s Ear King George’s War
-Social: Tensions for land in Ohio Valley / British colonists alarmed by the French land grabbing ( Prevailing lifestyles)
-Political: Chain of French forts popping up in the same wilderness as the Washington family Fort Duquesne, George Washington lieutenant colonel in Ohio Country by governor of Virginia Washington encountered small group of French troops. (Leaders + War)
-Economical: French being a competition in fur trade (Trade + Money System)Effects:
-Social:fighting for the authority of their way of life in the New World ( need to keep their lifestyle the way it was)
-Political: French leader killed (War) French returning with reinforcements (Loyalty to leaders) Fort Necessity (War) British authorities uprooting Acadians (structure) Acadians moved as far south as Louisiana
-Economical: British colonists wanting to fight for their economic security--- both fighting for authority to their way of life and the need to feel secure economically pushed the rivalry that had been ensuing for land.