British Imperialism in India I) British Expand Control Over India II) Indians Rebel III) Indian Nationalist Movements Begin. Chapter 11-4. I) British Expand Control Over India. British economic interests began in the 1600’s, with the British East India Company setting up trading postsBy jenna
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9wO-NoP7h4 Basic Summary of British Imperialism in India (4 min).By smatthew
Bell Work Tuesday 5/19. Look in your book beginning on page 773 and begin reading to find the answers 1. Why did the Europeans control such a small portion of Africa in the 1800’s? 2. What were some of the internal factors that contributed to imperialism in Africa?By jasonschofield
Reminders. HW #1 DUE Friday. 19 th Century British Imperialism in India Assignment #3 After listening to explanations of slides, you will take notes on a reading on British India and fill out a graphic organizer. Europeans trade with Indian Mughal Empire dates back to late 1500’s.By smithjane
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Tighter British Control. I. Growing Apart. King George III kept 10,000 soldiers in colonies to enforce proc. 1763 England is in Debt after War Quartering Act is passed- Sugar Act is passed- Colonial leader James Otis says- Taxation without representation is tyranny. II. Stamp Act.
Tighter British Control. Americans saw British efforts to tax them and to increase control over the colonies as violations of their rights. Key Terms : Quartering Act Revenue Sugar Act Stamp Act Boycott. Key People King George III Patrick Henry Sons of Liberty. Key Terms and People.
Tighter British Control. Chapter 6, Section 1. French and Indian War. 1754 – 1763 Part of larger Seven Years’ War British vs. Spain & France In North America New France vs. British Colonies British Navy = British victory. Proclamation of 1763.
Tighter British control. By L issette Vega. Bell ringers. 1. Look at the images on pages 160 and 162. How do the colonists feel about being taxed, according to these images? 2. Why might Great Britain feel justified in imposing taxes on its colonies?.
Resisting British Control. The Battle of Isandlwana. South Africa in 19th Century. Cape Colony, Natal under British rule The Transvaal (also known as SAR) and Orange Free State under Boer control Different African kingdoms, including the Zulu Kingdom (Zululand)
British Proposal to Expand Digital Surveillance. CSCE390 Computer Ethics Presentation. Summary. New proposal passed by British Parliament GCHQ may “order the installation of thousands of devices linked to the networks of Internet service devices”
Tighter British Control. Objective: Explain how Britain’s policy toward the colonies changed after the French and Indian War and how the colonies reacted. Why did the Proclamation of 1763 anger many colonists?. 1763 – Proclamation of 1763
6.1 Tighter British Control. The Colonies and Britain Grow A part. After the French and Indian War the British govt. once again decided to take a more active role in the colonies (no more salutary neglect).
Lesson 6.1b: Tighter British Control. Today we will discuss the Stamp Act and relate colonists’ actions to its repeal. VOCABULARY. relate :. describe the connection between two things. repeal :. to take back a law. boycott :.
The Colonies & Britain Grow Apart. Ch.6, Sec.1 – Tighter British Control.