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Road to Revolution

French & Indian War, The Acts, Boston Massacre, general questions.

French & Indian War: Between whom? France & Native Americans vs. England and their colonies.
French & Indian War: What were they fighting over? Colonists spreading out further west and want to move into Ohio River, war breaks out to defend claims to the land.
French & Indian War: What was the Albany Plan of Union? Plan to unite the colonies.
Albany Plan of Union: Whose idea was it? Benjamin Franklin.
Treaty of Paris, 1763: What changes occurred regarding territorial control of North America? 1. Britain takes all territory east of Mississippi River 2. French territory (New Orleans & Louisiana Territory) west of Mississippi River goes to Spain 3. Britain gets Florida from Spain in exchange for Philippines and Cuba
The Acts: What did the Sugar Act say? Tax on sugar, molasses, other products shipped to colonies Townshed Acts: Taxes on goods imported
The Acts: How did the colonists specifically react/respond to the Quartering Act? The colonists weren't happy since they had to let the soldiers into their homes.
The Acts: How did the colonists specifically react/respond to the Stamp Act? Tried to stop tax collectors from collecting the tax and boycotted goods of British merchants.
The Acts: What did the Quartering Act say? Forced colonists to allow soldiers into their homes.
The Acts: What did the Stamp Act say? Tax on documents like wills, deeds, pamphlets,
The Acts: What did the Townshend Act say? Taxes on goods imported from England.
The Acts: What did the Tea Act say? British East India company given a monopoly on the right to sell tea.
The Acts: What did the Intolerable Act say? Boston punished for the Tea Act.
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