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USI.6 American Revolution
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
The French and Indian War
reason for taxes, such as the Stamp Act
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
- to remain a world power
Great Britain's conflict with the French as a result of Brita…
- to raise necessary revenue to pay for the French and Indian…
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
- to remain a world power
41 terms
USI.6 American Revolution
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
The French and Indian War
reason for taxes, such as the Stamp Act
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
- to remain a world power
Great Britain's conflict with the French as a result of Brita…
- to raise necessary revenue to pay for the French and Indian…
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
- to remain a world power
26 terms
Unit 6: The Russian Revolution
soviets
Vladimir Lenin
Bolsheviks
New Economic Policy (NEP)
a Russian council composed of representatives from the worker…
Russian founder of the Bolsheviks and leader of the Russian R…
Led by Vladimir Lenin it was the Russian communist party that…
Policy proclaimed by Vladimir Lenin in 1924 to encourage the…
soviets
a Russian council composed of representatives from the worker…
Vladimir Lenin
Russian founder of the Bolsheviks and leader of the Russian R…
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Unit 6-Haitian Revolution
Toussaint L'ouverture
Saint-Domingue
Grand Blanc
Petit Blanc
Former slave who led the slave revolt in Haiti that resulted…
This French colony was the first Latin American territory to…
White plantation owners. Top of the social hierarchy. The gra…
This group of poor whites (artisans or free holding farmers)…
Toussaint L'ouverture
Former slave who led the slave revolt in Haiti that resulted…
Saint-Domingue
This French colony was the first Latin American territory to…
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Ch. 6 - Road to Revolution
Townshend Act
revenue
debt
Sugar Act
A tax that the British Parliament placed on leads, glass, pai…
Income
an obligation to pay or do something
(1764) British deeply in debt partl to French & Indian War. E…
Townshend Act
A tax that the British Parliament placed on leads, glass, pai…
revenue
Income
8 terms
Chapter 6: American Revolution
Loyalist
Patriot
Thomas Jefferson
Preamble
This term refers to those Americans who remained loyal to Gre…
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
Patriot, VA Plantation owner, major author of The Declaration…
Introduction
Loyalist
This term refers to those Americans who remained loyal to Gre…
Patriot
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
29 terms
Chapter 6: American Revolution
Loyalist
Patriot
Prospect
Thomas Paine
Also known as Tories, the term refers to those Americans who…
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
possibility, expectation
wrote Common Sense and The Crisis
Loyalist
Also known as Tories, the term refers to those Americans who…
Patriot
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
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Ch. 6 Enlightenment & Revolution
Scientific Revolution
Nicolaus Copernicus
Heliocentric theory
Johannes Kepler
a new way of thinking around the natural world that was based…
a Polish cleric and astronomer who thought the geocentric the…
sun-centered view of the universe
the assistant to Tycho Brahe that continued his work on recor…
Scientific Revolution
a new way of thinking around the natural world that was based…
Nicolaus Copernicus
a Polish cleric and astronomer who thought the geocentric the…
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American Revolution 6-11
Stamp Act
Quartering Act
Tea Act
Intolerable Acts
taxed all kinds of paper
required the colonial governments to give British Soldiers a…
lowered the price of tea, but kept the tax on tea
closed the Boston Harbor and made a British army general the…
Stamp Act
taxed all kinds of paper
Quartering Act
required the colonial governments to give British Soldiers a…
16 terms
KC 6 French Revolution & Industrial Revolution
Radical
Conservative
Moderate
1st Estate
A left wing person who favors a political philosophy of chang…
A right wing person who resists change and holds to tradition…
Person whose views are between conservative and liberal and m…
1% of France's population, consisted of the Roman Catholic Ch…
Radical
A left wing person who favors a political philosophy of chang…
Conservative
A right wing person who resists change and holds to tradition…
25 terms
Ch. 6 Road to Revolution
Intolerable Acts
Declaration of Independance
Boycott
Continental Army
a series of laws enacted by Parliament in 1774 to Punish Mass…
The document written in 1776, in which the colonies declared…
a refusal to buy certain goods
a colonial force authorized by the Second Continental Congres…
Intolerable Acts
a series of laws enacted by Parliament in 1774 to Punish Mass…
Declaration of Independance
The document written in 1776, in which the colonies declared…
41 terms
USI.6 American Revolution
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
The French and Indian War
reason for taxes, such as the Stamp Act
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
- to remain a world power
Great Britain's conflict with the French as a result of Brita…
- to raise necessary revenue to pay for the French and Indian…
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
- to remain a world power
41 terms
USI.6 American Revolution
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
The French and Indian War
reason for taxes, such as the Stamp Act
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
- to remain a world power
Great Britain's conflict with the French as a result of Brita…
- to raise necessary revenue to pay for the French and Indian…
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
- to remain a world power
9 terms
Unit 6-English Revolution
Parliament
Glorious Revolution
Roundheads
Cavaliers
The highest legislature (law makers) in England.
Following the English Civil War, this event involved the Brit…
A group consisting of puritans, country landowners, and town…
In the English Civil War (1642-1647), these were the troops l…
Parliament
The highest legislature (law makers) in England.
Glorious Revolution
Following the English Civil War, this event involved the Brit…
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ELD History #6 - The Revolution
Patriots
Loyalists
battles
Valley Forge
colonists who wanted independence from Britain
colonists who stayed loyal to Britain
large fights between armed forces
Washington's army camp in Pennsylvania
Patriots
colonists who wanted independence from Britain
Loyalists
colonists who stayed loyal to Britain
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Ch 6 - The American Revolution
Charles Cornwallis
privateer
traitor
Bernardo de Galvez
Commanding general of the British forces that were defeated a…
privately owned ship commissioned by a government to attack a…
A person who betrays his or her country
governor of spanish louisiana, helped the Americans during th…
Charles Cornwallis
Commanding general of the British forces that were defeated a…
privateer
privately owned ship commissioned by a government to attack a…
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VOCAB #6 AMERICAN REVOLUTION
REPEAL
MASSACRE
COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE
CONSEQUENCE
to cancel a law
cruel killing of a large number of people
colonial organization organized in 1770 to spread news of Gre…
A result
REPEAL
to cancel a law
MASSACRE
cruel killing of a large number of people
41 terms
USI.6 American Revolution
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
The French and Indian War
reason for taxes, such as the Stamp Act
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
- to remain a world power
Great Britain's conflict with the French as a result of Brita…
- to raise necessary revenue to pay for the French and Indian…
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
- to remain a world power
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Ch. 6- Industrial Revolution
Mass production
Trough
Great Britain
The three (textbook described) factors…
System of manufacturing a large number of identical goods.
Lowest point in the business cycle.
The Industrial Revolution began first in this country.
Land, Capital, Labor
Mass production
System of manufacturing a large number of identical goods.
Trough
Lowest point in the business cycle.
31 terms
Ch. 6 The Road to Revolution
King George III
Quartering Act
Revenue
Sugar Act
King George III
Quartering Act
41 terms
USI.6 American Revolution
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
The French and Indian War
reason for taxes, such as the Stamp Act
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
- to remain a world power
Great Britain's conflict with the French as a result of Brita…
- to raise necessary revenue to pay for the French and Indian…
results of Great Britain's expanded co…
colonists became dissatisfied and rebellious
Great Britain controlled the colonies…
- to remain a world power
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Chapter 6: The American Revolution
Thomas Paine
Richard Henry Lee
resolution
preamble
American colonist and author of Common Sense
delegate who introduced a resolution calling for independence…
formal statement of opinion
introduction
Thomas Paine
American colonist and author of Common Sense
Richard Henry Lee
delegate who introduced a resolution calling for independence…
40 terms
Chapter6: The French Revolution and Napoleon
Ancien Régime
Estate
Bourgeoisie
Deficit Spending
Old order; A system of government in pre-revolution France
Social class
The middle class
A situation in which a government spends more money than it t…
Ancien Régime
Old order; A system of government in pre-revolution France
Estate
Social class
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Chapter 6-Industrial Revolution
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Industrial Revolution
Bessemer Process
The man who invented the telephone.
Inventor of the light bulb and others related to the use of e…
The change from industry making things by hand at home to mak…
new process of manufacturing steel that allowed production to…
Alexander Graham Bell
The man who invented the telephone.
Thomas Edison
Inventor of the light bulb and others related to the use of e…
14 terms
Unit 6 Revolution
Sam Houston
William B. Travis
Davy Crockett
dictator
A member of U.S. Congress before moving to Texas, he led the…
The military leader at the Alamo who wrote a Victory or Death…
A frontiersman who served as a congressional representative f…
a government leader who takes control by force and makes all…
Sam Houston
A member of U.S. Congress before moving to Texas, he led the…
William B. Travis
The military leader at the Alamo who wrote a Victory or Death…
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U6 French Revolution
Estate
Estates-General
Great Fear
Louis XVI
one of the three social classes in France before the French R…
an assembly of representatives from all three estates or soci…
a wave of senseless panic that spread through the French coun…
King of France during the revolution; was beheaded in 1793
Estate
one of the three social classes in France before the French R…
Estates-General
an assembly of representatives from all three estates or soci…
29 terms
Chapter 6- American Revolution
loyalist
Tory
Patriot
redcoat
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
(n) a person who supported the British cause in the american…
American colonists who were determined to fight the British u…
British soldiers who fought against the colonists in the Amer…
loyalist
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
Tory
(n) a person who supported the British cause in the american…
48 terms
6 Industrial Revolution
Henry Bessemer
Alfred Nobel
Michael Faraday
dynamo
developed a new process for making steel from iron
invented dynamite; funded the Nobel prize
created the first simple electric motor
a machine that generates electrictiy
Henry Bessemer
developed a new process for making steel from iron
Alfred Nobel
invented dynamite; funded the Nobel prize
12 terms
U6- Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Three factors of production
Textile Industry
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
land, labor and money
This was the first industry to undergo industrialization. Clo…
Industrial Revolution
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Agricultural Revolution
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
27 terms
mrfischer6 The American Revolution
Parliament
2nd Continental Congress
Continental Army
George Washington
Makes laws with the King for all British subjects
Meets to discuss what to do after fighting at Lexington and C…
Recruits from the 13 Colonies form an army with George Washin…
Placed in charge of the newly formed Continental Army
Parliament
Makes laws with the King for all British subjects
2nd Continental Congress
Meets to discuss what to do after fighting at Lexington and C…
43 terms
Chapter 6 "The American Revolution"
Thomas Paine
Richard Henry Lee
resolution
preamble
author of "The Crisis" and "Common Sense"
introduced the Virginia Resolution in the Continental Congres…
a formal statement of opinion
the first section or introduction of the Declaration of Indep…
Thomas Paine
author of "The Crisis" and "Common Sense"
Richard Henry Lee
introduced the Virginia Resolution in the Continental Congres…
40 terms
Chapter 6 American Revolution
loyalist
Tory
Patriot
redcoat
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
(n) a person who supported the British cause in the american…
American colonists who were determined to fight the British u…
British soldiers who fought against the colonists in the Amer…
loyalist
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
Tory
(n) a person who supported the British cause in the american…
29 terms
Chapter 6 - American Revolution
loyalist
Tory
Patriot
redcoat
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
(n) a person who supported the British cause in the american…
American colonists who were determined to fight the British u…
British soldiers who fought against the colonists in the Amer…
loyalist
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
Tory
(n) a person who supported the British cause in the american…
20 terms
Chapter 6: American Revolution
Loyalist
Patriot
Resolution
Thomas Jefferson
Also known as Tories, the term refers to those Americans who…
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
A formal statement of opinion voted by an official group
Patriot, VA Plantation owner, major author of The Declaration…
Loyalist
Also known as Tories, the term refers to those Americans who…
Patriot
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
32 terms
Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution
Temperance Movement
Irish Immigrants
Cotton Gin
Interchangeable Parts
Goal of ending the consumption of alcohol.
The Irish immigrated into the United States because of a fail…
Allowed for a faster process to clean cotton by separating se…
Identical parts that allow for mass production techniques.
Temperance Movement
Goal of ending the consumption of alcohol.
Irish Immigrants
The Irish immigrated into the United States because of a fail…
6 terms
American Revolution Chapter 5/6
oxen
cannons
rebels
delegate
a bull that was used to pull wagons and farm machinery.
Fired large iron balls at the enemy
A person who resists control
A person appointed or elected to represent others
oxen
a bull that was used to pull wagons and farm machinery.
cannons
Fired large iron balls at the enemy
8 terms
# 6 Vocabulary Revolution
monopoly
Patriot
Loyalist
Legislate
having complete control of the entire supply of goods or of a…
a person who supports their country and freedoms
a colonist of the American Revolutionary time period who supp…
to make laws
monopoly
having complete control of the entire supply of goods or of a…
Patriot
a person who supports their country and freedoms
38 terms
Chapter 6 - Road to Revolution
Proclamation of 1763
Quartering Act
Stamp Act
Townshend Acts
Stopped colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountai…
Forced colonists to house & supply British soldiers.
Required legal & commercial paper documents to carry a stamp…
Taxed manufactured goods from England: glass, paper, silk, le…
Proclamation of 1763
Stopped colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountai…
Quartering Act
Forced colonists to house & supply British soldiers.
Unit 6-American Revolution
George Washington
Declaration of Independence
Intolerable Acts
French-Indian War
1st President of the United States; commander-in-chief of the…
1776 statement, issued by the Second Continental Congress, ex…
A series of laws set up by Parliament to punish Massachusetts…
Was a war fought by French and English on American soil over…
George Washington
1st President of the United States; commander-in-chief of the…
Declaration of Independence
1776 statement, issued by the Second Continental Congress, ex…
31 terms
Chapter 6 - The American Revolution
Mercenary
Hessians
Molly Pitcher
General William Howe
soldiers that were paid to fight for the British
name Americans gave to soldiers from Prussia that fought with…
Nickname given to Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley by soldiers; brou…
British commander of 32,000 troops that were sent to New York…
Mercenary
soldiers that were paid to fight for the British
Hessians
name Americans gave to soldiers from Prussia that fought with…
11 terms
6-linguists-2e-Food Revolution
celebrity
chef
recipe
campaign
знаменитость
повар
рецепт
кампания, проводить компанию
celebrity
знаменитость
chef
повар
55 terms
Chapter 6: The Road to the Revolution
KING GEORGE III
QUARTERING ACT
Sugar Act
Stamp Act
the British monarch, wanted to enforce the proclamation and a…
1765-was a cost-saving measure that required the colonies to…
1764-law placed a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products…
1765--This law required all legal and commercial documents to…
KING GEORGE III
the British monarch, wanted to enforce the proclamation and a…
QUARTERING ACT
1765-was a cost-saving measure that required the colonies to…
36 terms
The French Revolution (Chapter 6)
Old Order
King Louis XVI
Marie-Antoinette
First Estate
France's social and political structure that paces the king a…
ruler during early years of the French Revolution
Austrian wife of King Louis XVI, serving as queen during his…
small, privileged class made up of Roman Catholic clergy in F…
Old Order
France's social and political structure that paces the king a…
King Louis XVI
ruler during early years of the French Revolution
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# 6 Vocabulary Revolution
monopoly
Patriot
Loyalist
Legislate
having complete control of the entire supply of goods or of a…
a person who supports their country and freedoms
a colonist of the American Revolutionary time period who supp…
to make laws
monopoly
having complete control of the entire supply of goods or of a…
Patriot
a person who supports their country and freedoms
43 terms
Chapter 6- The Scientific Revolution
Nicholas Copernicus
Nicholas Copernicus
Nicholas Copernicus
Tycho Brahe
On the Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres
Rejected an Earth-Centered Universe (Ptolemaic System)
Heliocentric model with epicycles
Mercury and Venus revolve around the sun but universe still g…
Nicholas Copernicus
On the Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres
Nicholas Copernicus
Rejected an Earth-Centered Universe (Ptolemaic System)
29 terms
American Revolution: Ch. 5 & 6
Boycott
repeal
smuggle
Petition
to refuse to buy certain goods and services.
to cancel or undo. Colonists wanted the British to do this wi…
to bring goods into this country without paying taxes
a formal written request to someone in authority that is sign…
Boycott
to refuse to buy certain goods and services.
repeal
to cancel or undo. Colonists wanted the British to do this wi…
20 terms
CH. 6 & 7-American Revolution
Lexington and Concord
George III
Sugar Act
Stamp Act
First battles of the Revolutionary War
King of England during the Revolutionary War.
Tax on molasses & other products shipped to the colonies.
Required all legal documents to carry an official stamp showi…
Lexington and Concord
First battles of the Revolutionary War
George III
King of England during the Revolutionary War.
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6.02 The Industrial Revolution
Enclosure System
Agricultural Revolution
Textile industry
Flying Shuttle
the result of laws in Britain that fenced off, or enclosed, l…
A period of development in the 18th-19th centuries in which m…
The manufacture of goods such as clothing from different type…
The first step in speeding up the textile production process…
Enclosure System
the result of laws in Britain that fenced off, or enclosed, l…
Agricultural Revolution
A period of development in the 18th-19th centuries in which m…
6 terms
Industrial Revolution 6
Thomas Malthus
Adam Smith
Industrial Revolution
Factors of Production
British economist who believed that the population was get ou…
believed in the idea of a free economy/free markets. Wrote th…
the shift, beginning in England, from making goods by hand to…
the resources - including land, labor and capital that are ne…
Thomas Malthus
British economist who believed that the population was get ou…
Adam Smith
believed in the idea of a free economy/free markets. Wrote th…
23 terms
American Revolution Chapter 6
Bill of Rights
Anti-Federalist
amendment
Articles of Confederation
amendments to the U.S. Constitution that protect citizens' ba…
a person who opposed the passage of the U.S. Constitution
a change or improvement
the first plan for government of the United States
Bill of Rights
amendments to the U.S. Constitution that protect citizens' ba…
Anti-Federalist
a person who opposed the passage of the U.S. Constitution
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