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Colonial Period

Regents Review

Triangular Trade led directly to the increased importation of enslaved Africans to the Western Hemisphere (colonies)
British Mercantilism Economic policy used by the British in which the American Colonies served as a source of raw materials and a market to sell good
Salutary Neglect Period of time when the British ignored the colonies because they only wanted to benefit from the economic prosperity of the colonies
French and Indian War Caused by disputed land claims in the Ohio River valley between the French and the British
Virginia House of Burgesses/ Mayflower Compact/ Town Hall Meetings Early colonial efforts in self government. They all contributed to the development of representative democracy
Albany Plan of Union (1754) Early attempt to unify American colonies but under British rule. Many colonies objected to it because colonial assemblies didn't want to give up individual power
How did British Mercantilism affect the colonies? British buy raw materials from the colonies and then sell them finished goods. Limited manufacturing in America and colonies trade with other nations. One reason for American Revolution.
How did the French and Indian War affect colonies? Ended Salutary Neglect because British need to tax colonies to pay for war. (Increase taxes led to Revolutionary War)
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