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Events on the road to the American Revolution with Quiz to Follow

Events on the road to the American Revolution with Quiz to Follow

Events on the road to the American Revolution with Quiz to Follow What country was driven out of Canada and their territories west of the Appalachian Mountains after losing the French and Indian War? BEFORE French and Indian War AFTER French and Indian War ANSWER!

By Sophia
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5. The American Revolution

5. The American Revolution

5. The American Revolution. 1775 - 1783. Part 1: Road to War. The Defeat of the French . In the French and Indian War largely ended their influence in the Americas. After the war, the British attempted to make the colonies pay their fair share for the war effort. Parliament Acts .

By Jims
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American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783

American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783. Causes of the American Revolution. Proclamation of 1763. In 1763, Parliament issued the Proclamation of 1763, which ordered colonists not to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.

By hop
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Revolutionary War: part 1

Revolutionary War: part 1

Revolutionary War: part 1. Mr Langford’s class. Overview. Causes of the War taxes protests Some battles leading up to independence Continental Congress. The start. Proclamation of 1763 no movement west of the Appalachians this hurt the colonist why?

By doria
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ROOTS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY

ROOTS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY

ROOTS OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY. OUR ENGLISH HERITAGE In feudal times English Noblemen were given land if they pledged to support the King. In return the Nobles gave Kings: armies, equipment and taxes to support wars. In 1215 the Nobles rebelled. Magna Carta.

By carys
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The Thirteen Colonies Rebel Timeline

The Thirteen Colonies Rebel Timeline

The Thirteen Colonies Rebel Timeline. 1763-1783. 1764. In 1764 the Sugar Act was pushed through Parliament. The act taxed sugar, coffee, indigo, and molasses from anywhere but Britain. . 1764.

By delano
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Events on the road to the American Revolution with Quiz to Follow

Events on the road to the American Revolution with Quiz to Follow

Events on the road to the American Revolution with Quiz to Follow. What country was driven out of Canada and their territories west of the Appalachian Mountains after losing the French and Indian War?. BEFORE French and Indian War. AFTER French and Indian War.

By buzz
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The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. Unit Overview. Goals. Understand why and how the colonies were founded Describe conflicts between colonies and England and understand why there were conflicts Compare influential people and events in the American Revolution

By anthea
(180 views)

Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Causes of The American Revolution. Jeopardy. Terms. People. Laws. “Acts”. Actions. 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. Add 100. Nice Work! Return to Game.

By brinly
(116 views)

Chapter 21 – Enlightenment and Revolution

Chapter 21 – Enlightenment and Revolution

Chapter 21 – Enlightenment and Revolution. Section Notes. Video. Ideas of the Enlightenment New Views on Government The Age of Revolution. The Declaration of Independence. Maps. Quick Facts. European Monarchies, 1789. Ideas of Enlightenment Documents of Democracy

By hedda
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Road to Revolution

Road to Revolution

Road to Revolution. 1754 - 1763. Unit 2 – Road to Revolution. Update your Table of Contents for today’s activities Get your 5 W’s of North Carolina Chart out to be checked Read page 156 to yourself silently. Quick Review: North Carolina as a Colony.

By afya
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Declaring Independence & Revolution

Declaring Independence & Revolution

Declaring Independence & Revolution. Early American History. Let’s set the stage:. By July 4 th , 1776 , fighting had already broken out between colonists and the British. First shots fired in Lexington and Concord King George III had enforced strict rules upon the colonists.

By ormand
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The Battles of Lexington and Concord

The Battles of Lexington and Concord

The Battles of Lexington and Concord. First Continental Congress. Upon hearing of the Intolerable Acts, colonies assembled September 1774, 56 delegates met in Philadelphia Drew up a DECLARATION OF COLONIAL RIGHTS: Right to run their own affairs Supported protests in MA

By xenon
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Decision for Independence. Committee of Correspondence wrote letters and pamphlets reporting to other colonies on events in Massachusetts became a major tool of protest in every colony. committees continued to analyze the perilous situation in the colonies

By march
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The World Turned Upside Down

The World Turned Upside Down

The World Turned Upside Down. “We hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, . . .” The Declaration of Independence -Thomas Jefferson. The French & Indian War. 1754-1763. Prelude to the American Revolution 1763 to 1775.

By hova
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A Nation is Born (1750-1800)

A Nation is Born (1750-1800)

A Nation is Born (1750-1800). Junior English Unit 2. Historical background: The age of reason. Writers valued reason over faith Believed in the power of reason and science to further human progress. Toward a Clash of Arms. Revolution proceeded by French and Indian War

By kateb
(391 views)

House Keeping

House Keeping

House Keeping . Everyone stand up! Ask yourself: Is my shirt the right color? Is my shirt tucked in? Is my mind right? Do I swag when you surf? Am I ready to learn? Thank you – You may sit down now. SSUSH3 The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution.

By jerzy
(159 views)

What marked the beginning of self-government in colonial America?

What marked the beginning of self-government in colonial America?

What marked the beginning of self-government in colonial America?. the Mayflower Compact the House of Burgesses the Boston Tea Party the First Continental Congress. According to the theory of ____, a country should sell more goods to other countries than it buys. independence mercantilism

By ostinmannual
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THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. Topic #4. Historical Circumstances. The Continental Congresses were ad hoc meetings of delegates from each of the several American colonies to deliberate on matters of common concern. The First Continental Congress met in 1774.

By tim
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INTERESTING BIT OF HISTORY. 	Who was Hayim Solomon?

INTERESTING BIT OF HISTORY. Who was Hayim Solomon?

INTERESTING BIT OF HISTORY. Who was Hayim Solomon?. On the rear of the One Dollar bill, you will see two circles. Together, they comprise the Great Seal of the United States .

By kirsi
(89 views)

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