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Mrs. Sowkas US Histo

Mrs. Sowkas US History notes

George Washington Led Virginia troops in 1st battle of the French & Indian War
French and Indian War War that gave the British control of North America
William Pitt British leader in the French & Indian War
Proclamation 1763 Law limiting the area of English settlement
George Grenville Prime minister of Britain in 1763
Enlightenment Intellectual movement in the 16th century (1700s) that emphasized the use of reason and the scientific method as a means of obtaining knowledge
Benjamin Franklin Leader of the Enlightenment movement
Great Awakening A revival of religious feelings in the American colonies during the 1730s and 1740s
Jonathan Edwards Leader of the Great Awakening
Sugar Act Law passed by Parliament to raise money
Triangular Trade Led to increased slave importation
British Mercantilism An economic policy used by the British in which American Colonies served as a source of raw materials
Salutary Neglect British ignored the colonies because they wanted only to benefit from their economic prosperity. Led to colonies becoming independent traders.
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