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ch.5 quick study

Prentice hall history of our nation

trouble on the frontier British settlers moved into lands claimed by the French in the Ohio River valley.
trouble on the frontier After early British defeats at Fort Duquesne , fort Niagara, and Lake George, French was defeated.
trouble on the frontier Until the 1763 Treaty of Paris, Britain and Spain took control of almost all of France's North American possessions.
The Colonists Resist Tighter Control To avoid conflict with Native Americans, Britain issued the Proclamation of 1763.
The Colonists Resist Tighter Control After the end of the war, Britain strengthened it's control over the American colonies by imposing a series of new taxes.
The Colonists Resist Tighter Control Colonists protested Britiain's actions by boycotting British goods.
From Protest to Rebellion After Parliament passed the Tea Act, American colonists dumped cases of the British tea into Boston Harbor.
From Protest to Rebellion The Intolerable Acts further tightened Britain's control over the American Colonies.
From Protest to Rebellion The first major conflict between American colonists and British soldiers took place at Lexington and Concord on April 18,1775.
The War Begins The Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia in May 1775 to deal with the deepening crisis with the Great Britain.
The War Begins The British surrendered Fort Ticonderoga to a small American force led by Ethan Allen.
The War Begins When the Olive Branch Petition failed, the Continental Congress approved a more militant statement of purpose.
The War Begins Although the Patriots lost the Battle of Bunker Hill, George Washington finally drove the British from Boston.
Key Terms Why did the British want to form an alliance with the Iroquois during the French and Indian war? ( to have someone to help take over the French with)
Key Terms How did the role of the militia change after the battles of Lexington and Concord? ( The militia was not just a group of people who were about to fight they were about to be a serious army.
Key Terms How did the English King react to the colonists' petition about the Sugar and Stamp Acts? ( He ignored it, but we can also guess he was triggered.)
Comprehension and Critical thinking Identify what were three results of the French Indian war 1 France lost all of it's territories in North America 2 Mississippi Territory, and New Orleans 3 France had a fight with England and was likely to side with the colonists.
Comprehension and Critical thinking What would have happened if the French had won the French and Indian war? Most of America would be speaking French, there would be more French architecture and influence. There might have also been wars with France.
Comprehension and Critical thinking What was Pontiac's war? (the leader of the Ottawa nation, Pontiac, and his allies attacked British forces.) What happened with the relationship between the Native American and the colonists and the French and Indian war?
Comprehension and Critical thinking What did the First continental congress do? The first continental congress met and demanded the repeal of the Intolerable acts and said they said they had the rights to tax themselves.
Comprehension and Critical thinking What the second continental congress do? They formed the Olive Branch Petition and made an army and printed money.
Comprehension and Critical thinking Compare and contrast the achievements of the First and Second Continental Congress. The second Continental Congress was moving to become it's becoming it's own country where the first one was more protesting than forming a country.
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