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History

cards on history for the grade 7s that go to winona elementry school

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How many people where in the 13 colonies? 2.3 million
What was new france known as after the 7 year war? british north america
How many people were in new france/british north america? 70,000
What did the 7 year war end with? the treaty of paris of 1763 and britain earning new france
What time was the treaty of pairs that ended the french and indian war? 1763
What was the treaty of paris in 1763? It was a treaty that was singed by king louis the 15th and king george the 3rd, the treaty said that both countries would not fight anymore and since france lost they gave britain new france in the treaty.
It was a treaty that was singed by king louis the 15th and king george the 3rd, the treaty said that both countries would not fight anymore and since france lost they gave britain new france in the treaty. The treaty of pairs in 1763
What was the french and indian war also know as? the 7 year war
What was the 7 year war also know as? french and indian war
What was the proclamation of 1763? It prohibited colonists to settle beyond the appalachian mountains. So colonists were forced to move back to the 13 colonies, and they weren't even payed for there move
It prohibited colonists to settle beyond the appalachian mountains. So colonists were forced to move back to the 13 colonies, and they weren't even payed for there move the proclamation of 1763
What was the sugar act? This act added tax on sugar imported from the west indies
This act added tax on sugar imported from the west indies The sugar act
What does dutie(s) mean? tax
What is the quartering act? This act forced colonists to house and feed soldiers if necessary.
This act forced colonists to house and feed soldiers if necessary. the quartering act
What was the stamp act? this act made you to add tax to many things and example of these things are playing cards, newspapers, and marriage licenses.
this act made you to add tax to many things and example of these things are playing cards, newspapers, and marriage licenses the stamp act
what are the townshend acts? in this act taxed where added on glass, paper, and tea which caused more smugglers which caused king gorge to send more solders.
in this act taxed where added on glass, paper, and tea which caused more smugglers which caused king gorge to send more solders. townshend acts
What was the boston massacre? this event was where unarmed colonist and british solders that where armed clashed.
this event was where unarmed colonist and british solders that where armed clashed. the boston massacre
What was the tea act? This act was where there was a monopoly and you could only but tea form the british east indian company
This act was where there was a monopoly and you could only but tea form the british east indian company tea act
What was the boston tea party? A group of colonists disguised themselves as indians and threw tea of a ship by the british east indian company by sneaking in.
A group of colonists disguised themselves as indians and threw tea of a ship by the british east indian company by sneaking in Boston tea party
Whats a monopoly? When you take out all the competition.
Whats a boycot? When you are not going to buy a certain thing.
What where the intolerable acts? You where not allowed to meet in groups larger than 2.
You where not allowed to meet in groups larger than 2. intolerable acts
What was the first continental congress? Where 12 of the 13 colonies met in philadelphia in 1774 and agreed that they where going to have a boycott of british goods.
Where 12 of the 13 colonies met in philadelphia in 1774 and agreed that they where going to have a boycott of british goods. first continental congress
What was the second continental congress? Where all 13 colonies were represented at a meeting in philadelphia and named george washington the head of the continental army.
Where all 13 colonies were represented at a meeting in philadelphia and named george washington the head of the continental army second continental congress
What was bunker hill? After george washington became head of the army it resulted in him proclaiming the colonies
After george washington became head of the army it resulted in him proclaiming the colonies bunker hill
What dose taxation without representation mean? When you give taxes but don't have a say in the way they are spent.
When you give taxes but don't have a say in the way they are spent. taxation without representation
How were the british colonist associated with taxation without representation. They were because they wanted a say in the what that the money was being spent on.
Who where minute men? Men that where untrained solders and where ready at a minutes notice
Men that where untrained solders and where ready at a minutes notice minute men
What is a refugee? A person who leaves there country or home because they feel unsafe
who are the patriots? The patriots are loyal to the 13 colonies and fightings against the british government because they want to separate from and from the USA they are also known as the rebels.
What where the tories? The tories where known as loyalists and were loyal to britain they did not want to separate from britain. Since the patriots where tormenting and misusing the loyalists so much they had to refugee to places.
Where did the tories refugee to? 34,000 of them went to nova scotia and 7,000 of them went to quebec most of them went to nova scotia because it was closer.
What are 5 important details about the loyalists. - Some people did not chose a side so when america was born they got tormented, and some of them chose britain's side - Black people went to british north america with there owners because britain promised them freedom, so loyalists where black.
What are 5 important details about the loyalists - the loyalists feared the idea of the americans/patriots because they were used to kings and queens - Some people where afraid that they where going to lose there religion. So they thought if they had britons protection they would be safe so become tori
What are 5 important details about the loyalists Some people became loyalists because they expected britain to win the war.
Why was the treaty of paris in 1783 important? It was because it ended the american revolution and because after that it cause the USA to be formed.
When was the treaty of pairs that ended the american revoulotion? 1783
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