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Pontiac vocabulary
Dire
Preeminence
Delaware + Ottawa
Pan-Indian
Serious/urgent
Greatness before all others
Native American tribe
Single Native American identify
Dire
Serious/urgent
Preeminence
Greatness before all others
Pontiac vehicles
lemans
sunbird
trans sport
star chief
lemans
sunbird
trans sport
star chief
lemans
lemans
sunbird
sunbird
12 terms
Pontiac GTO
introduction
1964
1965
1966
The Pontiac GTO first went on sale in 1964 and is thought to…
The GTO package included the 389 V8, quick steering, dual exh…
The success of the 1964 model prompted Pontiac to improve the…
Pontiac made the GTO its own model for 1966 and was rewarded…
introduction
The Pontiac GTO first went on sale in 1964 and is thought to…
1964
The GTO package included the 389 V8, quick steering, dual exh…
20 terms
Pontiac to Massacre
Boycott
Circular letter
Stamp Act Congress
Treaty of Paris
Refusal to use or buy a product as a form of protest
Letter generated by Massachusetts legislature asking colonies…
Meeting of colonial representatives in NY to demand of Britis…
England controls all of N. America to the Mississippi River..…
Boycott
Refusal to use or buy a product as a form of protest
Circular letter
Letter generated by Massachusetts legislature asking colonies…
21 terms
Pontiacs Rebellion
Pontiac rebellion
When did it begin
What did the natives do in response to…
April 1763
1763 - An Indian uprising after the French and Indian War, le…
1763 shortly after the treaty of paris was signed
Native Americans captured eight British forts in the Ohio val…
A host of Indian nations organized under the leadership of Ot…
Pontiac rebellion
1763 - An Indian uprising after the French and Indian War, le…
When did it begin
1763 shortly after the treaty of paris was signed
Pontiacs rebelion
Pontiaca
The British
Who was involved
What year the reabeliob started
Pontiac was the leader of the First Nations.
British people were taking other people's land.
The people and triples that were involved were. Pontiac the B…
The rebelion started in the year 1763
Pontiaca
Pontiac was the leader of the First Nations.
The British
British people were taking other people's land.
8 terms
Pontiacs Rebellion
Pontiac rebellion
When did it begin
What caused war
British war tactics
1763 when Native Americans attacked British forces at Detroit
1763 shortly after the treaty of paris was signed
prevent Great Britain from occupying the land previously clai…
Bloodshed and deception
Pontiac rebellion
1763 when Native Americans attacked British forces at Detroit
When did it begin
1763 shortly after the treaty of paris was signed
pontiacs rebellion
what did natives learn
who did the natives lose their land to
what did tbe native attempt
who was the leader of the natives
englands conquest of canada
colonist
attempt to make an alliance
ottowas chief pontiac
what did natives learn
englands conquest of canada
who did the natives lose their land to
colonist
21 terms
Pontiacs Rebellion
Pontiac rebellion
When did it begin
What did the natives do in response to…
April 1763
1763 - An Indian uprising after the French and Indian War, le…
1763 shortly after the treaty of paris was signed
Native Americans captured eight British forts in the Ohio val…
A host of Indian nations organized under the leadership of Ot…
Pontiac rebellion
1763 - An Indian uprising after the French and Indian War, le…
When did it begin
1763 shortly after the treaty of paris was signed
Speeches of Pontiac Voca
Dire
Preeminence
Delaware+Ottowa
Pan Indian
Serious/urgent
Greatness before all others
Native American tribes
Single Native American identity
Dire
Serious/urgent
Preeminence
Greatness before all others
Pontiac's Rebellion
Appalachian Mountains
The Indians
Pontiac
Surrender
After the Seven Years War, English began settling west of the…
___________did not like that the English were taking their la…
______United the Indians to fight the English.
Pontiac was at first successful but then was forced to ___.
Appalachian Mountains
After the Seven Years War, English began settling west of the…
The Indians
___________did not like that the English were taking their la…
5 terms
Pontiac's Rebellion
Who is Pontiac?
What does he do?
What did he fear?
What does he do in May 1763?
Indian chief of the Ottawa and former ally to the French
Leads a rebellion against the ENGLISH
Dishonest British fur traders and... English settlers stealing t…
He attacks English forts and settlements
Who is Pontiac?
Indian chief of the Ottawa and former ally to the French
What does he do?
Leads a rebellion against the ENGLISH
Pontiac/Proc1763/Causes SG
vigilance
transmitter
abnormal
luminous
watchfulness
An agent or intermediary with which the sender works to devel…
aberrant
BRIGHT; BRILLIANT; GLOWING
vigilance
watchfulness
transmitter
An agent or intermediary with which the sender works to devel…
9 terms
Pontiacs War And The Proclamation Of 1763
Why where the Native Americans angry a…
Which tried to chief Pontiac belong to?
How did Pontiac and his warriors plan…
By 1763, Native Americans controlled t…
They didn't want to lose their land.
The Ottawa
They would surround the English, well Pontiac spoke to them,…
The Detroit, Niagara, and Pitt
Why where the Native Americans angry a…
They didn't want to lose their land.
Which tried to chief Pontiac belong to?
The Ottawa
Pontiac, Two Speeches Vocab - History
Preeminence
Abrupt
Dire
Delaware (De la warr)
most glory, before all others
Sudden (ly)
Serious
Native American tribe named after colony of Delaware
Preeminence
most glory, before all others
Abrupt
Sudden (ly)
10 terms
After the 7 Year War and Pontiac
How many French-Canadian inhabitants c…
Why did the First Nations like working…
How did the British upset the First Na…
Describe Pontiac
70k, no knowledge of English and didn't know the laws or cust…
Knew the coureur de bois, very few French settled to farm, ke…
Tended farms and grew their communities. British focused on f…
A war leader. Tried to unite FN, easily offended and warlike.…
How many French-Canadian inhabitants c…
70k, no knowledge of English and didn't know the laws or cust…
Why did the First Nations like working…
Knew the coureur de bois, very few French settled to farm, ke…
French and Indian War and Pontiac's Rebellion
fertile
rebellion
armed resistance
proclamation
Rich (good) soil for growing crops
A fight; a revolt
When a group of people use weapons against another group of p…
Official announcement; like a law
fertile
Rich (good) soil for growing crops
rebellion
A fight; a revolt
41 terms
French and Indian War/Pontiac's Rebellion
Who formed the Albany Plan of Union?
What was the Albany Plan of Union?
Why was the Albany Plan of Union rejec…
Who ceded Florida after the French and…
Benjamin Franklin
Council of representatives elected by colonial assembly to ha…
Higher taxes and governor
Spain gave up Florida to Britain in return for New Orleans an…
Who formed the Albany Plan of Union?
Benjamin Franklin
What was the Albany Plan of Union?
Council of representatives elected by colonial assembly to ha…
Chapter 7 Pontiac and the Restoration of the Middle Ground
Thesis
8 Main Points: Rebellion
3 Main Points: Failures
2 Main Points: Meeting
The true story of Pontiac's Rebellion is not just the dramati…
1. Neither side could, however, think in isolation; they coul…
1. The cession of Canada to Great Britain resulted in series…
1. A meeting called at Detroit in 1761 to cement this anti-Br…
Thesis
The true story of Pontiac's Rebellion is not just the dramati…
8 Main Points: Rebellion
1. Neither side could, however, think in isolation; they coul…
12 terms
ahlisa i pontiac's rebellion - boston massacre
pontiac's rebellion
sugar act, 1764
vice-admiralty courts
quartering act, 1765
NA in OH region rebel against brits.... want french support but…
-goal: to raise 30 mil pounds... indirect
-burden of proof on defendant... -non-jury trials... judges receive…
smuggling... -soldiers can be housed and fed at colonists' expen…
pontiac's rebellion
NA in OH region rebel against brits.... want french support but…
sugar act, 1764
-goal: to raise 30 mil pounds... indirect
41 terms
French and Indian War & Pontiac's War Review
Why was the Ohio Valley important to b…
Why did most Native Americans support…
What advantages did the Native America…
Why did Native American support for th…
- French wanted to protect the trading posts in Quebec.... -Brit…
-The French and the Native Americans had a strong bond/ relat…
- Better battle strategies: blending into the land... - More eff…
- French were not showing respect to the Natives.... - Marquis d…
Why was the Ohio Valley important to b…
- French wanted to protect the trading posts in Quebec.... -Brit…
Why did most Native Americans support…
-The French and the Native Americans had a strong bond/ relat…
History - American Colonies - Pontiac's Rebellion
Pontiac's Rebellion Date
Lacross game attack
Native American groups involved
Lost forts
1763 May-June
Michilimackinac
Shawnee
all those west of Detroit
Pontiac's Rebellion Date
1763 May-June
Lacross game attack
Michilimackinac
The French and Indian War and Pontiac's Rebellion
Who claims the Ohio River Valley?
Who many wars are there between Britai…
What do the French do before the Frenc…
What do the British want before the Fr…
Both France and Britain
3 wars in the preceding 65 years
They build forts and drive British traders out of Ohio
Fur trade and land
Who claims the Ohio River Valley?
Both France and Britain
Who many wars are there between Britai…
3 wars in the preceding 65 years
2.1: The War for Empire and Pontiac's Rebellion
Why was the French and Indian war sign…
Why did England agree to the Proclamat…
What was the significance of Fort Duqu…
Whose defeat in the Ohio Valley would…
...
...
...
...
Why was the French and Indian war sign…
...
Why did England agree to the Proclamat…
...
29 terms
Chapter 3: French & Indian War and Pontiac's Rebellion
what three European countries has esta…
how did the war of Jenkin's Ear start?
what was Moshe? (Maroon community)
what effect did it have on the Stono R…
britain, Spain, France
the British were not paying the spanish ports so the spanish…
slaves who had succeeded in establishing a society
slaves gained confidence from the Moshe & so started an upris…
what three European countries has esta…
britain, Spain, France
how did the war of Jenkin's Ear start?
the British were not paying the spanish ports so the spanish…
Social Studies French and Indian War and Pontiac's War Quiz
What did the French, Native Americans,…
Why did the competing groups want the…
Why did Native Americans and the Frenc…
What were the three French forts?
the Ohio River Valley
fertile soil, fur trade, and transportation along the water r…
the French did not farm, and instead decided to trade with th…
Presque Isle, Le Boeuf, and Duquesne
What did the French, Native Americans,…
the Ohio River Valley
Why did the competing groups want the…
fertile soil, fur trade, and transportation along the water r…
20 terms
Triangle TRade, French and Indian War, Pontiac's Rebellion Study Guide
1. Which continents/regions were invol…
2. What does dehumanize mean?
3. List the ways enslaved Africans wer…
4. What was the Middle Passage?
The 13 Colonies and West Indies --North America... Africa--Afric…
To take away the qualities or characteristics that makes some…
Enslaved Africans were taken from their home, whipped, chaine…
The Middle Passage was the Africa to the West Indies leg of t…
1. Which continents/regions were invol…
The 13 Colonies and West Indies --North America... Africa--Afric…
2. What does dehumanize mean?
To take away the qualities or characteristics that makes some…
12 terms
BMS2011 L32 - Legionnaires Disease vs Pontiac Fever
Legionnaires Disease severity, and can…
Legionnaires Disease has how many infe…
Legionnaires Disease is most common am…
People who are X are more at risk of L…
More severe, may causes pneumonia 2-10 days post infection
10,000-15,000 infections, 5-16% are fatal
Middle/old aged smokers and people with long term illness, ca…
immunosupressed
Legionnaires Disease severity, and can…
More severe, may causes pneumonia 2-10 days post infection
Legionnaires Disease has how many infe…
10,000-15,000 infections, 5-16% are fatal
French and Indian War and Pontiac's Rebellion (Treaty of Paris)
What was an outcome of Pontiac's rebel…
What did the Proclamation of 1763 state?
What did the Proclamation of 1763 do t…
What group of people did the Treaty of…
Proclamation of 1763 and related to the coming American Revol…
English settlers could not move westward over the Appalachian…
It angered the colonists and many moved west anyway.
The Native Americans.
What was an outcome of Pontiac's rebel…
Proclamation of 1763 and related to the coming American Revol…
What did the Proclamation of 1763 state?
English settlers could not move westward over the Appalachian…
53 terms
Social Studies Test, French & Indian War, Pontiac's Rebellion
Who starts the 4th war against the Fre…
What fort did George Washington have b…
The French capture and release George…
How many wars occurred between Britain…
George Washington
Fort Necessity
True
3 wars occurred 65 years prior to 1754
Who starts the 4th war against the Fre…
George Washington
What fort did George Washington have b…
Fort Necessity
AS2H - French and Indian War, Proclamation of 1763, Pontiac's Rebellion
Why couldn't France compete against Br…
Why did young men go to Canada?
Why did Native Americans prefer French…
Civilian governments had to be created…
Outnumbered in citizens in US
To take part in the fur-trapping trade
French kept better relations
East and West Florida. (ceded from Spain)
Why couldn't France compete against Br…
Outnumbered in citizens in US
Why did young men go to Canada?
To take part in the fur-trapping trade
pontiacs Rebellion (the 1rst study guid for social studys' test)
who started to settle in the Ohio Coun…
why did pontiac start a rebellion?
who was pontiac?
what is a rebellion?
the British colonist
they were upset about the British colonist taking the land
he was the leader of the Ottawa tribe
a fight against a government
who started to settle in the Ohio Coun…
the British colonist
why did pontiac start a rebellion?
they were upset about the British colonist taking the land
10 terms
Slavery & Empire, British Patriotism & Republican Liberty, The Great Awakening, The Seven Year War, Pontiac's Rebellion
George Whitfield
Bathsheba Kingsley
The Seven Years War
The Case of Elizabeth Key
- The English evangelist who helped to spark the Great Awaken…
- Female preacher who preached the revival message informally…
- For the first half of the 18th century, Britain was at war…
- One of the first women of African ancestry in the North Ame…
George Whitfield
- The English evangelist who helped to spark the Great Awaken…
Bathsheba Kingsley
- Female preacher who preached the revival message informally…
30 terms
English Bill of Rights, the Great Awakening, the Enlightenment, the Proclamation of 1763, Pontiac's Rebellion, the 7 Years War, and the Albany Plan
In what year was the english bill of r…
When did the Great Awakening take place?
What was the great awakening?
Who were some important people that ha…
In 1689
From the 1730s to the 1750s
A religious movement, a revival of Christianity in the coloni…
Johnathon Edwards and George Whitefield
In what year was the english bill of r…
In 1689
When did the Great Awakening take place?
From the 1730s to the 1750s
17 terms
English Bill of Rights, the Great Awakening, the Enlightenment, the Proclamation of 1763, Pontiac's Rebellion, the 7 Years War, and the Albany Plan Ch. 4
When did the Great Awakening take place?
What was the Great Awakening?
Who were some important people that ha…
What kind of sermons did Jonathan Edwa…
From the 1730's to the 1740's.
A religious movement, a revival of Christianity in the coloni…
Johnathon Edwards and George Whitefield
They were dramatic and had to do with sins and sinners. The k…
When did the Great Awakening take place?
From the 1730's to the 1740's.
What was the Great Awakening?
A religious movement, a revival of Christianity in the coloni…
8 terms
How were Indians affected by European settlement, and how did they the Native peoples acted in King Philip's War, the French and Indian War, and the Revolution. Be sure to discuss at least two of the following Indian leaders: Metacom, Neolin, and Pontiac.
Christian Indians
John Eliot
Praying Towns
John Sassamon
...
preached about the spirit, indian named spirit, causing a sur…
settlemtns for conerted Indians to practtice religion
seroius christinat; dedicated to the english which ended in h…
Christian Indians
...
John Eliot
preached about the spirit, indian named spirit, causing a sur…
11 terms
Rear Wheel Drive Sedans
M3
G37
CTS-V
G8 GXP
BMW
Infiniti
Cadillac
Pontiac
M3
BMW
G37
Infiniti
Road to Revolution
George Washington
Samuel Adams
William Pitt
Pontiac
Fought for the British in the French and Indian War
Organizer of the Sons of Liberty
Prime Minister of Britain turned the war in favor of the Brit…
Ottawa Chief
George Washington
Fought for the British in the French and Indian War
Samuel Adams
Organizer of the Sons of Liberty
7 terms
Section 4 - Life in the English Colonies
Middle Passage
Great Awakening
Enlightenment
Pontiac
the dangerous voyage of slaves from Africa to the colonies
a religious movement that swept through the colonies in the 1…
a movement in Europe during the 1700s which spread the idea t…
Ottawa Indian chief who tried to stop British settlement west…
Middle Passage
the dangerous voyage of slaves from Africa to the colonies
Great Awakening
a religious movement that swept through the colonies in the 1…
5 terms
Consequences of the French and Indian War- 6.2
Transfer of Land... FRENCH SETTLERS WILL…
PONTIAC'S REBELLION... CAUSE--British co…
PONTIAC'S REBELLION 1763... Indians atta…
PROCLAMATION of 1763... PURPOSE--... *To ke…
TRANSFER THE FORTS... **The military forts of the French are lef…
CHIEF PONTIAC of the OTTOWA... **Led Indian forces from the Dela…
Indians get TIRED and go home... PONTIAC SURRENDERS in 1766
KING GEORGE III ORDERS... "It is just and reasonable and essent…
Transfer of Land... FRENCH SETTLERS WILL…
TRANSFER THE FORTS... **The military forts of the French are lef…
PONTIAC'S REBELLION... CAUSE--British co…
CHIEF PONTIAC of the OTTOWA... **Led Indian forces from the Dela…
24 terms
America's history ch 4 Growth, Diversity, and Conflict 1720-1763
tenancy
competency
household mode of production
squatters
the rental of property. To attract tenants in New York's Huds…
the ability of a family to keep a household solvent and indep…
the system of exchanging goods and labor that helped eighteen…
someone who settles on land he or she does not own or rent Fr…
tenancy
the rental of property. To attract tenants in New York's Huds…
competency
the ability of a family to keep a household solvent and indep…
67 terms
APUSH Period 3 Review
French and Indian War
Pontiacs Rebellion
Proclamation of 1763
Sugar Act
The French and Indian War in North America (1754-1763) mirror…
1763 - Indian rebellion led by chief Pontiac shortly after th…
forbade British colonists from settling west of the Appalachi…
(1764) English Parliament placed lowered tariffs on sugar, co…
French and Indian War
The French and Indian War in North America (1754-1763) mirror…
Pontiacs Rebellion
1763 - Indian rebellion led by chief Pontiac shortly after th…
24 terms
USH: The Americans Chapter 3
mercantilism
Parliament
Navigation Acts
Dominion of New England
Theory that countries should acquire gold and focus on export…
the lawmaking body of England
Laws passed by the British Parliament to control colonial tra…
A huge colony formed by the King of England, which included l…
mercantilism
Theory that countries should acquire gold and focus on export…
Parliament
the lawmaking body of England
7 terms
8th Grade US History, Key Terms, Chapter 2, Section 4
town meeting
English Bill of Rights
triangular trade
Middle Passage
political meeting at which people make decisions on local iss…
(1689) shift of political power from the British monarchy to…
trading networks in which goods and slaves moved among Englan…
voyage that brought enslaved Africans across the Atlantic Oce…
town meeting
political meeting at which people make decisions on local iss…
English Bill of Rights
(1689) shift of political power from the British monarchy to…
Root Words #1-42 2016-17
tele
phono
peri
graph, gram
Far away
sound, voice
around, near
to write, something written
tele
Far away
phono
sound, voice
The Colonists Resist Tighter Control- Chapter 3 Section 2
duty
smuggle
enforce
treason
import tax
bring into a country illegally without paying taxes
to put or keep in force; compel obedience to
a violation of allegiance to one's leader or country; trying…
duty
import tax
smuggle
bring into a country illegally without paying taxes
French and Indian War
Join, or DIE
Albany Plan of Union
French and Indian War
1754-1763
the first political cartoon in North America created by Ben F…
1754; the first formal proposal to unite the American colonie…
a conflict between Britain and France for control of territor…
Years of the French and Indian War
Join, or DIE
the first political cartoon in North America created by Ben F…
Albany Plan of Union
1754; the first formal proposal to unite the American colonie…
25 terms
Sea To Shining Sea Chapter 6
Spanish Franciscan Priests
Huguenots
South Carolina
Charleston
Established missions in Florida and the coast of Georgia to b…
French protestants, followers of John Calvin, who threatened…
Colony where King Charles II of England allowed Scots and Fre…
City in South Carolina from which South Carolinians launched…
Spanish Franciscan Priests
Established missions in Florida and the coast of Georgia to b…
Huguenots
French protestants, followers of John Calvin, who threatened…
The Colonies and the French and Indian War Review - Updated
Southern plantations needed more worke…
They all founded new colonies in searc…
How Colonists Changed the Environment
Mercantilism
Why were there more slaves in the Southern Colonies than in t…
What did Roger Williams, Thomas Hooker, and William Penn have…
Look at the list: cutting down trees, planting crops, buildin…
Which term best describes the English laws that limited colon…
Southern plantations needed more worke…
Why were there more slaves in the Southern Colonies than in t…
They all founded new colonies in searc…
What did Roger Williams, Thomas Hooker, and William Penn have…
27 terms
The Colonies and the French and Indian War Review - Updated
Southern plantations needed more worke…
They all founded new colonies in searc…
How Colonists Changed the Environment
Mercantilism
Why were there more slaves in the Southern Colonies than in t…
What did Roger Williams, Thomas Hooker, and William Penn have…
Look at the list: cutting down trees, planting crops, buildin…
Which term best describes the English laws that limited colon…
Southern plantations needed more worke…
Why were there more slaves in the Southern Colonies than in t…
They all founded new colonies in searc…
What did Roger Williams, Thomas Hooker, and William Penn have…
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