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The Great Migration

The Great Migration

The Great Migration . 1815-1838. Upper Canada . After the War of 1812, waves of settlers from Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland, England, and Wales) took their place. In 1832 – 50,000 people came to Canada. Why would people come to Canada?.

By daniel_millan
(874 views)

The American Revolution Military Campaigns,1776-1781

The American Revolution Military Campaigns,1776-1781

The American Revolution Military Campaigns,1776-1781. Teaching American History Wenatchee, WA . British Strategy as of 1776.

By Mia_John
(294 views)

Campaign Years of 1778 - 1781

Campaign Years of 1778 - 1781

Campaign Years of 1778 - 1781. After the failure of the British plans for 1776 and 1777, the war changes and becomes harder to follow:. The British still control New York City and the Americans fortify the Hudson Valley to keep the British bottled up.

By andren
(186 views)

The American Revolution or Canadian Evolution

The American Revolution or Canadian Evolution

The American Revolution or Canadian Evolution. The American revolution created two new countries. The new country of the United States The future nation of Canada. Treaty of Paris. The Treaty of Paris, signed in 1763, formally ended the Seven Years War between France and Britain.

By nathan
(188 views)

Lesson Objectives

Lesson Objectives

Lesson Objectives. To gather an understanding of what the Downing Street Declaration was. To gather an insight into the Nationalist and Unionist feelings on the reforms that were suggested. Reactions of Westminster & Stormont .

By uttara
(90 views)

SET C

SET C

SET C. U.S. History Review. The major argument at the Constitutional Convention between the the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists was over the role of the— A. indentured servants. B. women’s suffrage. C. monetary currency. D. Federal government. Answer 1. D. Federal government. 2.

By cosima
(149 views)

Western Democracies in the Inter-war Period

Western Democracies in the Inter-war Period

Western Democracies in the Inter-war Period. Democracy on the Run…. The democracies of Western Europe did little to combat the rise of totalitarian government in central and eastern Europe. Political fragmentation and economic stagnation forces these nations to look inward.

By cade
(229 views)

Guerilla tactics [fight an insurgent war  you don’t have to win a battle, just wear the British down]

Guerilla tactics [fight an insurgent war  you don’t have to win a battle, just wear the British down]

BATTLE OF SARATOGA. The British. The Americans. Guerilla tactics [fight an insurgent war  you don’t have to win a battle, just wear the British down]. 1777, separate and control New England. Break the colonies in half by getting between the North and South. BATTLE OF SARATOGA.

By zeroun
(176 views)

PATRIOTS

PATRIOTS

PATRIOTS. VS. LOYALISTS. PATRIOTS. lived in the colonies mostly in New England Massachusetts. opposed taxation without representation

By keziah
(208 views)

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence. Patriots Vs. Loyalists. 500,000 loyalists wanted to stay with England. Many more wanted to fight. 1/3 of the C ontinental Congress wanted independence. A people divided Patriots wanted Liberty while the Loyalists stayed loyal. Patriots Vs. Loyalists.

By baby
(182 views)

Questions for Loyalist Cartoon

Questions for Loyalist Cartoon

Questions for Loyalist Cartoon. Who/what do you see in this cartoon (objects, people)? Why are the children laughing at the gentleman with the walking stick? Why were Loyalists not well liked in the colonies during this time?

By heidi
(90 views)

Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Political Parties, Campaigns, & Elections. Learning Objectives. (1) What is a political party and what functions do they serve (2) A history of U.S. Party Politics (3) The American Two-party system (4) Party Ideology & Organization (5) The Model of Responsible Party Government

By jaafar
(172 views)

The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. 1778-1783. The Battle of Saratoga , 1777. During the first 18 months of the war, Washington’s demoralized troops lost New York City and Philadelphia and then suffered through a bitter winter camped at Valley Forge.

By nova
(100 views)

My Hometown

My Hometown

My Hometown. Thad Dziedzic Comm 115 10-26-10. Wyoming NEPA’s Historical Treasure. Settled: 1780, Incorporated: 1885 Population (2000 Census): 3,221 Latittude : 41.311N Longitude: -75.837W. The Battle of Wyoming. July 3, 1778

By dillon
(125 views)

STAAR Category 1 Key Dates 1607 – Jamestown 1620 – Pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock

STAAR Category 1 Key Dates 1607 – Jamestown 1620 – Pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock

STAAR Category 1 Key Dates 1607 – Jamestown 1620 – Pilgrims land at Plymouth Rock 1776 – Signing of the Declaration of Independence 1787 – The Constitutional Convention 1803 – The Louisiana Purchase 1861-65 – The Civil War. Spain: Columbus landed in 1492

By aerona
(118 views)

After the American Revolution

After the American Revolution

The Patriots are happy, but…. After the American Revolution. Who’s Who?. Patriots:. Who’s Who?. Patriots:. Who’s Who?. Patriots: American colonists who supported the Revolution. Who’s Who?. Loyalists:. Who’s Who?. Loyalists:. Who’s Who?. Loyalists:

By ember
(204 views)

The American Revolution

The American Revolution

The American Revolution. British Army Strengths. Well-trained Army Powerful Navy Strong Government Support of Loyalists Native American Allies. British Army Weaknesses. England is 3,000 miles away Unfamiliar battle fronts Weak military leaders Lined Infantry. Continental Army Strengths.

By dori
(86 views)

Chapter 6 | The United States Breaks Away

Chapter 6 | The United States Breaks Away

Chapter 6 | The United States Breaks Away. American War of Independence The Loyalists The War of 1812. War of Independence. Britain was deeply in debt after the Seven Years’ War. Britain wanted the 13 colonies to pay for the troops they had stationed in the 13 colonies.

By uriah
(173 views)

Nov 9, 2011

Nov 9, 2011

Nov 9, 2011. Grades + Term 2 Expectations Review Sheet + Act Sheet Key PPT Notes HW: Loyalist Worksheet; Read 104-5; American Revolution Quiz Monday. The American Revolution + Who were the Loyalists?. Vocabulary: Patriots (Rebels) Tories (Loyalists) Refugees Persecution.

By levi
(186 views)

Loyalists vs. Patriots

Loyalists vs. Patriots

Loyalists vs. Patriots. Lesson Topic. Big Idea. Two groups emerged, those that supported independence and those that supported the King. Key Concepts. Loyalists Patriots Pennsylvania Royalists Tories Virtual Representation. The Sides Are Chosen.

By wayne
(282 views)

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