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US HISTORY Road to Revolution
Patriots
Loyalists
King George III
Thomas Jefferson
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
King of England during the American Revolution
He was a delegate from Virginia at the Second Continental Con…
Patriots
American colonists who fought for independence from Great Bri…
Loyalists
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
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US HISTORY-Road to Revolution
Mercantilism
Salutary Neglect
Divine Right of Kings
Social Contract
an economic system in which nations seek to increase their we…
This was Britain's policy of ignoring colonial smuggling
a political and religious doctrine of royal and political leg…
I'm going to give up some of my freedom for the states
Mercantilism
an economic system in which nations seek to increase their we…
Salutary Neglect
This was Britain's policy of ignoring colonial smuggling
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road to revolution - us history
mercantilism
enumerated commodities
salutary neglect
Albany Plan
to increase wealth and power by obtaining large amounts of go…
colonial products permitted to be exported only to limited de…
- "beneficial neglect"... - England turned its attention away fr…
- delegates from 7 northern colonies met with representatives…
mercantilism
to increase wealth and power by obtaining large amounts of go…
enumerated commodities
colonial products permitted to be exported only to limited de…
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US HISTORY ROAD TO REVOLUTION
monopoly
Townshend Acts
Quartering Acts
Boston Massacre
Complete control of a product or business by one person or gr…
(4.1) passed by Parliament in 1767, placed taxes on imported…
British law that said that the colonists had to let British s…
the first gun shot of the American revolution British soldier…
monopoly
Complete control of a product or business by one person or gr…
Townshend Acts
(4.1) passed by Parliament in 1767, placed taxes on imported…
US History: Road to Revolution
Why was the French and Indian war foug…
What were the three major categories o…
How did the French and Indian War end?
The Proclamation of 1763
French and British wanted Western land
Western lands, trade regulations and finances
Washington accepted liberal surrender terms after having foug…
prohibited American colonists from settling West of the ridge…
Why was the French and Indian war foug…
French and British wanted Western land
What were the three major categories o…
Western lands, trade regulations and finances
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US History Road to Revolution
colonist govt
colonist econ
How did Britain's policy shift?
Territory Doubles
higher voting rates, colonists were heavily influenced by enl…
colonists trade with Spain and West Indies, b/c of salutary n…
away from the salutary neglect bc of new land and heavy debt…
GB has to govern and defend it
colonist govt
higher voting rates, colonists were heavily influenced by enl…
colonist econ
colonists trade with Spain and West Indies, b/c of salutary n…
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Road to Revolution US History
Proclamation Year
Under this Act, Sam Adams helped stir…
Imposed small indirect tax on glass, l…
Quartering Acts year
1763
Intolerable Acts of 1774
Townshend Act of 1765
1765
Proclamation Year
1763
Under this Act, Sam Adams helped stir…
Intolerable Acts of 1774
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US HISTORY ROAD TO REVOLUTION
monopoly
Townshend Acts
Quartering Acts
Boston Massacre
Complete control of a product or business by one person or gr…
(4.1) passed by Parliament in 1767, placed taxes on imported…
British law that said that the colonists had to let British s…
the first gun shot of the American revolution British soldier…
monopoly
Complete control of a product or business by one person or gr…
Townshend Acts
(4.1) passed by Parliament in 1767, placed taxes on imported…
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US History The Road to Revolution
Stamp act
Albany plan of union
upper Ohio River Valley
Britain
intended to raise revenue to support British troops stationed…
Benjamin Franklin's failed attempt to establish colonial coop…
The French and Indian War began as a struggle for control of…
After The French and Indian War, ___________________ emerged…
Stamp act
intended to raise revenue to support British troops stationed…
Albany plan of union
Benjamin Franklin's failed attempt to establish colonial coop…
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US History Road to Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
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US History: Road to the Revolution
Adam Smith
john Locke
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
represented Massachusetts; suggested Washington to lead the a…
Enlighment thinker; Jefferson stole ideas and phrases from hi…
represented Virginia; wrote the declaration of independence
represented Massachusetts; out spoken politician; not many pe…
Adam Smith
represented Massachusetts; suggested Washington to lead the a…
john Locke
Enlighment thinker; Jefferson stole ideas and phrases from hi…
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US History Road to Revolution
Sides of French and Indian War
Results of French and Indian war
Treaty of Paris
Relationship between King and Colonists
French and Indians vs. British
French and Indians lost
...
...
Sides of French and Indian War
French and Indians vs. British
Results of French and Indian war
French and Indians lost
US History Road to Revolution
1763
1764
1765
1765
Proclammation of 1763: Great Britian acquisition of French te…
...
...
...
1763
Proclammation of 1763: Great Britian acquisition of French te…
1764
...
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US History Road to Revolution & Am Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
US History - Road to Revolution
Proclamation of 1763
mercantile system
Navigation Acts
Salutary neglect
King George III, British settlers, N. Americans. Drew an invi…
government controls economics. Lord North wants this, colonis…
Acts passed in 1660 passed by British parliament to increase…
An English policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
Proclamation of 1763
King George III, British settlers, N. Americans. Drew an invi…
mercantile system
government controls economics. Lord North wants this, colonis…
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US HISTORY ROAD TO REVOLUTION
1st Continental Congress
Abigail Adams
Albany Congress
Battle of Saratoga
On September 1774, delegates from 12 colonies gathered in Phi…
Wife of John Adams. During the Revolutionary War, she wrote l…
1754 Intercolonial congress. Urged the crown to take direct c…
American victory over British troops in 1777 that was a turni…
1st Continental Congress
On September 1774, delegates from 12 colonies gathered in Phi…
Abigail Adams
Wife of John Adams. During the Revolutionary War, she wrote l…
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AP US History - Road to Revolution
Mercantilism
Enlightenment
Navigation Laws, 1650
Quartering Act, 1765
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
Americans couldn't search out new markets. Only British ships…
Forced colonists to house British. Anger developed at Britain…
Mercantilism
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
Enlightenment
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
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US History: Road to the Revolution
Adam Smith
john Locke
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
represented Massachusetts; suggested Washington to lead the a…
Enlighment thinker; Jefferson stole ideas and phrases from hi…
represented Virginia; wrote the declaration of independence
represented Massachusetts; out spoken politician; not many pe…
Adam Smith
represented Massachusetts; suggested Washington to lead the a…
john Locke
Enlighment thinker; Jefferson stole ideas and phrases from hi…
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AP US History - Road to Revolution
Mercantilism
Enlightenment
Navigation Laws, 1650
Quartering Act, 1765
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
Americans couldn't search out new markets. Only British ships…
Forced colonists to house British. Anger developed at Britain…
Mercantilism
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
Enlightenment
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
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US History - Road to the American Revolution
Abigail Adams
John Adams
Samuel Adams
Crsipus Attucks
Helped persuade support for the Patriot cause and urged the C…
Helped negotiate the treaty of Paris (1783) that ended the Am…
Member of the Sons of Liberty and involved in the Boston Tea…
First person killed in the Boston Massacre - First American c…
Abigail Adams
Helped persuade support for the Patriot cause and urged the C…
John Adams
Helped negotiate the treaty of Paris (1783) that ended the Am…
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US History Road to Revolution & Am Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
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11AP US History The Road to Revolution
1713
1763
French and Indian War, money, protect
coast
about the year salutary neglect began
the year salutary neglect ended
After the _______________ ____ ______________ ______ Britain…
the people of the British colonies living in this area were g…
1713
about the year salutary neglect began
1763
the year salutary neglect ended
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US History Road to Revolution & Am Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
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US History: Road to Revolution Terms
French and Indian War (1754-1763)
Why the British were so desperate to t…
Sons of Liberty
Intolerable Acts (Coercive Acts)
A struggle between French and English from Results were Frenc…
Land/money (land= power and money)
Fed up protesters who in the early 1760s wanted part of the g…
Punishment for the colonies protests; passed to punish protes…
French and Indian War (1754-1763)
A struggle between French and English from Results were Frenc…
Why the British were so desperate to t…
Land/money (land= power and money)
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Road to Revolution (US HISTORY 1)
George Grenville
George Washington
Patrick Henry
John Adams
-1763 prime minister ... -cracked down on smuggling... -"Why don't…
-va rep for cc
-motivations speaker ... -va rep for cc
-Samuel Adams cousin ... -mass rep for cc
George Grenville
-1763 prime minister ... -cracked down on smuggling... -"Why don't…
George Washington
-va rep for cc
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AP US History - Road to Revolution
Mercantilism
Enlightenment
Navigation Laws, 1650
Quartering Act, 1765
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
Americans couldn't search out new markets. Only British ships…
Forced colonists to house British. Anger developed at Britain…
Mercantilism
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
Enlightenment
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
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AP US history: The Road to Revolution
Edict of Nantes
Samuel de champlain
Robert de la Salle
Queen Anne's war
The law granting religious and civil liberty to the French Pr…
"The father of New France" he founded new France and Quebec c…
Was a French explorer who explored the Great Lakes region of…
What the North Americans called the second series of the Fren…
Edict of Nantes
The law granting religious and civil liberty to the French Pr…
Samuel de champlain
"The father of New France" he founded new France and Quebec c…
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The Road to Revolution (Honors US History)
Salutary Neglect
Torie
Whig
Sugar Act
An English policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
English Conservative Party
English Political Party that largely favored parliament over…
An act that proposed a tax on imported goods from the West In…
Salutary Neglect
An English policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
Torie
English Conservative Party
Road to Revolution US history CPE
Boston Massacre
Samuel Adams
Stamp Act Congress
Committees of correspondence
a street fight between the people and the British soldiers
representative and established the sons of liberty
a meeting consisting of reps
shadow governments organized by the Patriot leaders
Boston Massacre
a street fight between the people and the British soldiers
Samuel Adams
representative and established the sons of liberty
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AP US History - Road to Revolution
Mercantilism
Enlightenment
Navigation Laws, 1650
Quartering Act, 1765
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
Americans couldn't search out new markets. Only British ships…
Forced colonists to house British. Anger developed at Britain…
Mercantilism
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
Enlightenment
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
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US History: The Road to the Revolution > Terms
Trianngular Trade
The Middle Passage
Manufactured Goods
Magna Carta
English colonies brought Natural Resources to England from En…
The passage that was where the Slaves would head from Africa…
England sent manufactured goods to West Africa
Limits power to the King; first document to give human basic…
Trianngular Trade
English colonies brought Natural Resources to England from En…
The Middle Passage
The passage that was where the Slaves would head from Africa…
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US HISTORY VOCAB: Road to Revolution
grievence
stamp act
tyranny
repeal
a complaint or resentment
1765; law that taxed printed goods, including: playing cards,…
Cruel and oppressive government or rule
to cancel a law
grievence
a complaint or resentment
stamp act
1765; law that taxed printed goods, including: playing cards,…
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US History Test (Road to Revolution)
Proclamation Line
Sugar Act
Quartering Act
Stamp Act
...
...
...
Galvanized colonists into organized action... Virginia House of…
Proclamation Line
...
Sugar Act
...
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US History: The Road to the Revolution > Events
French and Indian war
Quartering Act
Stamp Act
Townshend Acts
The war between the British and French, the british won and e…
...
...
...
French and Indian war
The war between the British and French, the british won and e…
Quartering Act
...
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AP US History - Road to Revolution
Mercantilism
Enlightenment
Navigation Laws, 1650
Quartering Act, 1765
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
Americans couldn't search out new markets. Only British ships…
Forced colonists to house British. Anger developed at Britain…
Mercantilism
Idea that colonies were there to benefit the mother country -…
Enlightenment
More revolutionary ideas; "one for all and all for one."
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US History Test 2 (road to revolution and revolution)
salutary neglect
treaty of Paris 1763
Pontiacs war
proclamation of 1763
King George's theory end idea of "let them complain" because…
ended French and Indian war
chief Pontiac of Ottawa tribe captured British fort at Detroi…
...
salutary neglect
King George's theory end idea of "let them complain" because…
treaty of Paris 1763
ended French and Indian war
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US History: Road to Revolution and Beyond!
Enlightenment
Great Awakening
French and Indian War
Proclamation of 1763
This was an intellectual movement during the 1600s and the 17…
This takes place in the 1730s where traveling preachers toure…
This was part of a worldwide struggle between France and Brit…
On October 7, 1763, the issuance of the Proclamation of 1763…
Enlightenment
This was an intellectual movement during the 1600s and the 17…
Great Awakening
This takes place in the 1730s where traveling preachers toure…
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US History Quiz- Road to the Revolution
7 out of the 13 colonies met together…
The picture of a chopped up snake that…
This was an uprising by Ohio Valley In…
This rule stated by King George the th…
The Albany Conference
Join or Die
Pontiac's Rebellion
Proclamation of 1763
7 out of the 13 colonies met together…
The Albany Conference
The picture of a chopped up snake that…
Join or Die
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US history test: road to revolution
what is mercantilism?
what are the Navigation Acts?
what was the problem with the navigati…
how did england commit salutary neglect?
A colony exists for the good of the mother country.
ships' crews had to be three-quarters English. products not p…
they were not enforced for over 100 years and then they sudde…
they let the colonies rule themselves since 1607 and then the…
what is mercantilism?
A colony exists for the good of the mother country.
what are the Navigation Acts?
ships' crews had to be three-quarters English. products not p…
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US History: Road to Revolution Quiz
Why did the colonists form their own i…
What were the differences between nort…
What were the influences on early colo…
Stamp Act
- religious freedom... - wanted opportunities to own land... - many…
Northern Colonies... - Geographically: Colder climate meant thin…
John Locke (English, never set foot in the colonies)... - the on…
- Britain had large debt after French and Indian War and Brit…
Why did the colonists form their own i…
- religious freedom... - wanted opportunities to own land... - many…
What were the differences between nort…
Northern Colonies... - Geographically: Colder climate meant thin…
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US History 1 - Road to Revolution
Where did the first continental congre…
Why was Philadelphia chosen for the fi…
Which colony did not send a representa…
What four decisions are made during th…
the first continental congress met in Philidelphia
Philadelphia was chosen as the first continental congress mee…
Georgia
Increase boycotting, stop trading with British, Train militan…
Where did the first continental congre…
the first continental congress met in Philidelphia
Why was Philadelphia chosen for the fi…
Philadelphia was chosen as the first continental congress mee…
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AP US History Chapter 7: The Road to Revolution
Samuel Adams
John Hancock
Marquis de Lafayette
King George III
American Revolutionary leader and patriot, Founder of the Son…
Colonial merchant and statesman who made much of his profit t…
French who was made a major general in the colonial army at t…
The king of England from 1760 to 1820, exercised a greater ha…
Samuel Adams
American Revolutionary leader and patriot, Founder of the Son…
John Hancock
Colonial merchant and statesman who made much of his profit t…
53 terms
US History Road to Revolution & Am Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
53 terms
US History Road to Revolution & Am Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
US HISTORY 1: Ch. 3 The Road to Revolution
Enlightenment
Enlightenment vs. The great awakening
Great Awakening
How did the Great Awakening change Ame…
1700s... AKA age of reasoning ... -scientific rather than relgiuos…
engaged mind (outward changes-gov. and authority) but the awa…
inward focus, change of heart, and personal relationship with…
-broke away from the monopoly and traditions of the puritan c…
Enlightenment
1700s... AKA age of reasoning ... -scientific rather than relgiuos…
Enlightenment vs. The great awakening
engaged mind (outward changes-gov. and authority) but the awa…
53 terms
US History Road to Revolution & Am Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
47 terms
AP US History Chapter 7: The Road to Revolution
Samuel Adams
John Hancock
Marquis de Lafayette
King George III
American Revolutionary leader and patriot, Founder of the Son…
Colonial merchant and statesman who made much of his profit t…
French who was made a major general in the colonial army at t…
The king of England from 1760 to 1820, exercised a greater ha…
Samuel Adams
American Revolutionary leader and patriot, Founder of the Son…
John Hancock
Colonial merchant and statesman who made much of his profit t…
53 terms
US History Road to Revolution & Am Revolution
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763
Stamp Act
Intolerable Acts
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and o…
In response to Boston Tea Party, 4 acts passed in 1774, Port…
What were the causes of the American R…
Proclamation of 1763, Intolerable Acts, Stamp Act, Mercantili…
Proclamation of 1763
A proclamation from the British government which forbade Brit…
61 terms
US History Week 2 Road to Revolution
Boston Massacre
Townshend Acts
1770
Quartering Act
an incident, so named and publicized by Samuel Adams, in whic…
in 1766, laws by the British Parliament that included taxes o…
When were the Townshend Acts repealed? (except for taxes on t…
a law, pushed through British Parliament by Prime Minister Gr…
Boston Massacre
an incident, so named and publicized by Samuel Adams, in whic…
Townshend Acts
in 1766, laws by the British Parliament that included taxes o…
51 terms
The Road to Revolution Study Guide: US History
French and Indian War
"Join or Die"
Ohio River valley
Fort Duquesne
British and colonies vs. French and Indians ... Colonies didn't…
Ben Franklin knew the only way to defeat the British successf…
wanted by the British and French due to the vast amounts of n…
forts ordered to be built around the highly coveted Ohio rive…
French and Indian War
British and colonies vs. French and Indians ... Colonies didn't…
"Join or Die"
Ben Franklin knew the only way to defeat the British successf…
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