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Box 1

Box 1

5. 4. 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 15. 11. 12. 13. 14. 20. 16. 17. 18. 19. 23. 21. 22. 24. 25. 26. Box 1. A system in which people are bought and sold as property. Back to Suitcases. Box 2. A military partner. Back to Suitcases. Box 3.

By carys
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Loyalist or Patriots?

Loyalist or Patriots?

Loyalist or Patriots?. Layla, Lauren, Reese, and Nate. Jobs. Layla: Actor Lauren: Costume Designer Reese- Investigative Reporter Nate- PRA. Introduction- Reese.

By nijole
(119 views)

Fall of New France Test

Fall of New France Test

Fall of New France Test. General Wolfe . British General who fought on the Plains of Abraham Second in Command at Louisbourg , and helped defeat the French there Died in battle on the Plains of Abraham Known as “The hero of Quebec”. Treaty of Paris. Treaty that ended the Seven Years War

By rico
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Independence in India

Independence in India

Independence in India. Colonization in India. After the Seven Years War(1756-1763) India was part of the British Empire. Indirect Rule- British East India Company runs Indian colony until 1857 Main Goal was to profit from trade of Indian cotton cloth, silk and sugar

By keiran
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Conflict with England

Conflict with England

Conflict with England. · FIW causes huge debt ·Colonists still at threat from Indians ·England heavily taxes colonies ·Felt colonies should pay for protection. · 1764 - Sugar Act - Pay for debt and protection ·Samuel Adams - "No taxation without representation"

By randy
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Chapter 6 The United States Breaks Away

Chapter 6 The United States Breaks Away

Chapter 6 The United States Breaks Away. The Loyalists. The Beginning. 1763, Britain is in debt because of the Seven Years’ War Wanted troops in the Colonies to ensure security Did not want to pay for them Raised taxes in the colonies to pay for the troops. “Taxation Without Representation”.

By avak
(161 views)

Page 31

Page 31

30. 31. Page 31. Lesson 11. Growing Feelings of Resentment. Lesson 11: Growing Feelings of Resentment. L 30. W ARM- U P. How did you feel when the principal’s “memorandum” was read?. What seemed unfair about it?. Did you understand the principal’s reasoning?

By stan
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Causes of the American Revolution

Causes of the American Revolution

Causes of the American Revolution. Miss Springborn Team 6. Purpose of the English Colonies…. 1. Mercantilism - When there is a balance of trade between England and its colonies. Mercantilism looks like this…. More purposes….

By ophira
(155 views)

CHINA

CHINA

CHINA. Lecture 22. OPIUM WAR. British sell Opium (drug) to Chinese China outlaws opium trade 1839: British & Chinese go to war Britain has strongest navy & easily wins Treaty of Nanjing – 1842 Britain gets island of Hong Kong China must open 5 ports to trade

By rahim-davidson
(131 views)

Chapter 1, Section 3

Chapter 1, Section 3

The American Revolution. Chapter 1, Section 3. Growing Rebelliousness. Big Ideas: Unpopular British Laws led to colonial protests and eventually violence. The British felt that additional taxes were necessary to pay for the increasing costs of safeguarding the colonies.

By wayne-paul
(79 views)

The Independence Movement of India

The Independence Movement of India

The Independence Movement of India. Film Chapter 1- 3:00-6:00. Now a little background information on Gandhi and his importance to the world. Mahatma Gandhi moves to South Africa in the1890’s.

By julietaj
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200

200

French & Salutary IndianWar Neglect. Meaner Mercantilism. Rebel Whigs. Growing Rebel Unity. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

By pjackie
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