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Summer School Final

History Stack for Summer School 2017

Enlightenment Philosopher that believed in the separation of church and state. Voltaire
This treaty ended the French and Indian War Treaty of Paris
Baron de Montesquieu believed in.... Establishing three branches of government that balance one another's power
This British general graduated top of his class and was killed in his first major battle of the F+I War General Braddock
This collection of Native American Tribes supported the British at the beginning of the F+I War Iroquois Confederacy
This French victory in the F+I War was the most humiliating loss in Britain's history Battle at Fort Duquesne
The Battle of Quebec occurred here. Plains of Abraham
Fort Duquesne was a French stronghold in what is now present day ____________. Pittsburgh
The main tactic by the British for recovering their French and Indian War debts was to do this. Tax the colonies.
This was the site of the first major battle of the French and Indian War Fort Necessity
This British secretary of state turned the tides of war in favor of the British. William Pitt
The main area in conflict between the British and the French was called The Ohio River Valley
This meeting was the first of its kind where colonists met without the involvement of the British. Albany Plan of Union
This fort was hastily built by George Washington and his men to prepare for a French retaliation Fort Necessity
This Native American leader murdered Jumonville Half King
One of the lesser known causes of death during the American Revolution was... brutal conditions in British prison ships.
This act by King George III was intended to cut off westward expansion by colonists Proclamation of 1763
This act made it much more expensive to make molasses and rum. Sugar Act
This tax was put on all legal documents in the colonies Stamp Act
The main issue colonists had with taxation was... they were being taxed without representation in Parliament.
This secret society stirred up hatred toward the British troops in the colonies Sons of Liberty
This term means to refuse to buy and support certain goods as an act of civil disobedience boycott
Paper was heavily taxed in this set of taxes. Townshend Acts of 1767
Why is it problematic that Paul Revere drew the most famous engraving of the Boston Massacre? He wasn't there.
The British were known to use this traditional type of warfare. linear warfare
Why were the Coercive Acts also known as the Intolerable Acts? they closed the port of Boston and crippled their economy.
These groups spread intel through the colonies about what was going on in the Revolution Committees of Correspondence
A petition was sent to the king to repeal the Intolerable/Coercive Acts immediately after this meeting. First Continental Congress
The treaty that ended the American Revolution was the Treaty of Paris
These two estates held all of the power in France before the Revolution First and Second
This French invention caused the death of thousands during and after the French Revolution Guillotine
The Third Estate was renamed the... National Assembly
After the Third Estate was locked out of the meeting of the others...they held their own meeting here... A local tennis court
This brutal era following the French Revolution was known as this... The Reign of Terror
The Third Estate was composed mostly of... peasants and middle class citizens
This dictator took control of France immediately following the Revolution. Robespierre
The First and Second Estates composed of this percent of France's population... 2%
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