APUSH Review Sheet
APUSH Review Sheet
Britain?s Problems Britain?s Solutions Colonists? Responses 1. Preventing Native American uprisings Proclamation Act (1763): 2. Keeping peace in the American colonies Quartering Act (1765): 3. Paying for war debts Sugar Act (1764): Stamp Act (1765): 4. Maintaining power over the American colonies Declaratory Act (1766): Write C in the blank if the phrase describes the colonists or B if the phrase describes the British in the years after the French and Indian War. _______ 1. Enacted the Proclamation of 1763 to stop settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains _______ 2. Forced to house soldiers under the Quartering Act _______ 3. Forced to buy stamps for legal papers and other items
Student Study Guide for the American Pageant CHAPTER 7 The Road to Revolution, 1763?1775 seq NL1 \r 0 \h chapter summary ? The American War of Independence was a military conflict fought from 1775 to 1783, but the American Revolution was a deeper transformation of thought and loyalty that began when the first settlers arrived in America and finally led to the colonies? political separation from Britain.
Chapter 5 Roads to Revolution, 1750-1776 Introduction 4 questions addressed in Ch. 5 How did Britain and its colonies view their joint victory over France in the Seven Years? War? How did colonial resistance to the Stamp Act differ from earlier opposition to British imperial measure? In what ways did colonists? views of parliamentary authority change after 1770? What led most colonists in 1776 to abandon their loyalty to Britain and choose national independence? Triumph and Tensions: The British Empire, 1750-1763 A Fragile Peace, 1750-1754 Since neither France or Britain gained dominance in North America, the skirmishing in the Ohio Valley continued 1753=French began building a series of forts between the Ohio River and LA Drive out colonial traders from the Valley
What characterized the government in Pennsylvania under William Penn? ALL OF THESE Why was Roger Williams forced in exile by the Puritans? He believed in the complete separation of church and state Harvard College was founded to train ministers Who dissented from the Puritans and followed Roger Williams to Rhode Island? Anne Hutchinson Who were the proprietors? They were English elites who were responsible for settling, governing, and defending certain colonies Which of the following epitomized the democratic nature of New England government? The town meeting What characterized the first generation of New England land settlement? Households situated in the village, with farmland placed outside the village
Dulevich Danielle Dulevich (Instructor Name) (Course Name) 28 January 2014 \ Throughout history there have been many example of being hypocritical, and the cause and views of the American Revolution is great of this. The British people had finally decided that they were done with days of oppression and monarchies choosing instead to create a democratic government where all men where equal. Once The Americans decided they wanted these ideals for themselves the British where not going to stand for it. The British demonstrated this in many ways from harsh taxes and regulation in the Stamp act and Quartering act to using military force to show dominance in the at Lexington and Concord. The British had their reasons for all of it which caused many dramatic American reactions
Chapter 5 Tindall Outline From Empire to Independence The Power of England The Treaty of Paris in 1763 kicked the French out of North America and made England more powerful. King George III took power in 1760. The Heritage of War Though both the colonies and England celebrated the victory of the Great War, problems were brewing; colonists were starting to develop a sense of nationalism. The brutal acts committed within the British army horrified Americans and further widened the gap between the colonies and England. Lots of new British burdens: debt from the war, managing the Native Americans, what to do with the colonies, and how to keep them from illegally trading. British Politics
PATHWAY TO THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE British ?Action British Rationale Colonial Action Colonial Rationale Proclamation of 1763 Provided a temporary measure to gain time to devise a more permanent solution to conflict between Indians and settlers. Settlers were not to cross over into the Ohio Valley until land policies were developed. Resentment and failure to comply to the law?..Pioneers such as Daniel Boone would move westward Colonists saw the Proclamation as an attempt to ?hem them in? and keep them under British control?.Land west was also looked as the colonist?s birthright for the ?American Dream? Writs of Assistance 1763
Americans Independence (1763-1789) 21. Navigation Acts: only English and American ships allowed to colonial ports; dissent began in 1763 22. Mercantilism: ensured trade with mother country, nationalism; too restrictive on colonial economy, not voted on by colonists 23. Charles II, James II: tried to rule as absolute monarchs without using Parliament, little to no sympathy for colonial legislatures 24. William and Mary: ended the Dominion of New England, gave power back to colonies 25. Dominion of New England: combined Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Plymouth (and later?Jersey and New York) into one ?super colony? governed by Sir?Edmond Andros, a ?super governor?
Chapter 5- Roads to Revolution: I. Triumph and Tensions: The British Empire, 1750-1763 A. A fragile peace, 1750-1754 1. Cause: Ohio Valley- claimed by all 2. French building forts in Ohio Valley a. VA sent troops led by Washington b. Native Americans wouldn?t back Washington so British left 3. Britain called meeting of colonists to negotiate a treaty with the Six Nations Iroquois-- called Albany Congress a. VA or NJ didn?t send delegates b. Iroquois suspicious of British c. Delegates purposed the Albany Plan of Union 1) Based on ideas of Ben Franklin and Thomas Hutchison 2) Called for a Grand Council of all colonial assemblies 3) The Albany Plan came to nothing b/c no colonial legislature approved it
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