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History 3.4-4.1

TermDefinition
French and Indian War French and Indians vs British and colonists
Ohio River Claimed by French and British, causes war
George Washington sent by Virginia gov to get French out of Ohio River Valley; fails but starts the war
Fort Necessity George Washington's fort
General Braddock sent to Fort Duquense to fight French; died in battle
Quebec Battle over settlement on Plains of Abraham; British win and basically end war
Pontiac's Rebellion Indians object to colonists expanding west into their territory
Proclamation of 1763 settlers have to stay east of Appalachian mtns.
Albany Plan of Union Ben Franklin's plan to unite all colonies
Treaty of Paris British get Ohio River Valley, Canada, and Florida control
Stamp Act Tax on all printed goods
Sugar Act low tax on imported molasses, but heavily enforced
Quartering Act Colonists have to provide shelter and food for british soilders
John Adams
Patrick Henry says only colonial assemblies can tax colonists
John Locke Says people have natural god given rights and govt should protect them
Sons of Liberty group of male patriots leading protest movement
Nonimportation agreements colonists refuse to buy british goods
Townshend Act increased tax on imports
John Hancock smuggled goods into america
Liberty John Hancock's ship
Boston Massacre Colonists taunt redcoats, soilders kill 5 colonists
Committees of Correspondance groups of colonists write letters to eachother to exchange info between colonies
Boston Tea Party Colonists dress up as Mohawk indians and dump tea into harbor
Wolfe British general in Battle of Quebec
Montclam French general in Battle of Quebec
Intolerable Acts Closure of Boston Harbor until colonists repay for tea from tea party
First continental congress delegates from 12 colonies meet
Created by: jlupton18