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You say you want a Revolution?

You say you want a Revolution?

You say you want a Revolution? How it happened Contributing factors Proclamation of 1763 – Organized new territories gained as a result of the French and Indian war, reserving areas west of the Appalachians for the Indians Sugar Act - 1764

By Patman
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Appalachian History

Appalachian History

Appalachian History. Terry Sams 4 th Grade Teacher Piedmont Elementary Dandridge, Tennessee 2003-2004. Objectives. Tennessee 4 th Grade Content Standard: 1.0

By LeeJohn
(763 views)

Early Settlers and Pre-Revolutionary War

Early Settlers and Pre-Revolutionary War

Early Settlers and Pre-Revolutionary War. Student made. Early Explorers. 20,000 years ago-Native Americans cross Bering Strait 1492-Columbus & Spanish Conquistadors 1524-French Explorers. Early Settlers. 1585-Roanoke 1607-Jamestown 1620-Mayflower 1620-1630-Salem Witch Trials

By Pat_Xavi
(559 views)

French and Indian wAR

French and Indian wAR

French and Indian wAR. Treaty of Paris. 1763: Representatives from Great Britain, France, and Spain signed this treaty in Paris This ended the French and Indian War ( Colonies) and the Seven Years’ War (Europe) France gives present-day Canada over to Great Britain

By lotus
(221 views)

King Philips War

King Philips War

King Philips War. Made by: Taylon Thomas. Other Names for the War. First Indian War Metacom’s War Metacomet’s War Metacom’s Rebellion. King Phillips Meeting Place on Mount Hope. Places. Places the war affected.

By emily
(340 views)

Test Taking Strategies

Test Taking Strategies

Test Taking Strategies. Mr. Avery. Multiple Choice Questions.

By jacob
(176 views)

American History Objectives – 9/8

American History Objectives – 9/8

American History Objectives – 9/8. C.O. - SWBAT investigate the settlement of the Southern Colonies in the early 1600’s L.O. – SWBAT investigate the settlement of the Southern Colonies by watching and listening to the U.S. video and writing answers to the questions on their video quiz.

By nalanie
(115 views)

Chapter 5 Power Point Review

Chapter 5 Power Point Review

Chapter 5 Power Point Review. Use this to help you study for your test and the midterm. Where did the French and Indian War begin?. The Ohio River Valley. What was the cause of the French and Indian War?.

By beata
(304 views)

The American Revolution Brotherhood Patriots Reluctant Revolutionaries Chapter 7

The American Revolution Brotherhood Patriots Reluctant Revolutionaries Chapter 7

The American Revolution Brotherhood Patriots Reluctant Revolutionaries Chapter 7. Achievements: 1) First successful war for colonial independence; 2) First enduring large-scale Republic; 3) First nation designed on a “Liberal Recipe” in terms of political and economic character.

By cricket
(534 views)

French and Indian War 1754-1763

French and Indian War 1754-1763

French and Indian War 1754-1763. French and Indian War plants the seeds for revolution. Colonized United States. OHIO RIVER VALLEY. Background. Biggest European Rivals: France v Britain

By paiva
(226 views)

Seven Years War

Seven Years War

Seven Years War. (French and Indian War 1755-1760) 1754-1763. War for Empire in Europe. France vs. Britain in Europe War spills into colonial possessions In N. America: Competition to control trade in the Ohio River Valley among several groups British/British colonists French

By walker
(350 views)

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War. By :Marie. http://www.fullissue.com/wp-content/uploads/FRENCH-AND-INDIAN-WAR.jpg. Main Menu. WHO Was Involved?. British generals Jeffery Ampersand and James Wolfe. Lord Howe was in Command of the British. Lord James Abercrombie was second in command.

By jaunie
(654 views)

Life in the English Colonies

Life in the English Colonies

Life in the English Colonies. Section. Chronology (Copy Down). 1619-Viriginas First Assembly (House of Burgesses) 1651-1696The First Navigation Acts 1730-Great Awakening 1733-Molasses Act 1754-1763 French-Indian War 1763-The Proclamation Act. If you were there….

By sasha
(375 views)

US Expansion 1800-1860

US Expansion 1800-1860

US Expansion 1800-1860. Why did US citizens want to move west? Who were the promoters of US expansion? What new territory was added to the US between 1800 & 1860? What was the cost in acquiring the new territory? What effect did the addition of new territory have on the US?. Elbow Room.

By aure
(152 views)

Essential Question :

Essential Question :

Essential Question : How did imperial competition between Britain & France lead to the French & Indian War Warm-Up Question : In what ways was the relationship between Great Britain and the colonies like that of a parent to a child?. Class Activity.

By mayes
(179 views)

Absolutism in France Balance-of-Power Diplomacy

Absolutism in France Balance-of-Power Diplomacy

Absolutism in France Balance-of-Power Diplomacy. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679). Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet (1627-1704). Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan , title page (1651). Pierre Patel, A Bird's Eye View of the Palace and Gardens at Versailles, 1668. Musée du Château Versailles.

By aislin
(220 views)

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
(141 views)

The French and Indian War:

The French and Indian War:

The French and Indian War:. Why we speak English. The French and Indian War. Since the 1400’s, the French and British had carved up colonies in NORTH AMERICA among themselves like a pizza. They had enjoyed getting all of the resources back in Europe. Fur. Cotton. Grain. Tobacco.

By shandra
(141 views)

French and Indian War

French and Indian War

French and Indian War. DBQ (DBQ’s are NOT 50% of your grade but right now they are). 7/7 = 50 pts. 6/7= 48 pts. 5/7= 46 pts. 4/7= 44 pts. 3/7= 42 pts. 2/7 = 35 pts. 1/7 = 30 pts. Retake. By Next Friday turn in a typed and revised copy of your essay with the original draft.

By todd
(236 views)

The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles

The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles

The Road to Revolution APUSH – Period: 3A 1754-1778 R . M. Tolles. 13 Colonies. France. Anglo-French Imperial Competition. England. Empire. Background History BYE, BYE, FRANCE Rivalry. vs. French Forts. Settled in Ohio Valley

By mistico
(290 views)

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