The four big wars were: King William's War, Queen Anne's War, King George's War, and the French and Indian War. He attacked and captured Louisbourg in 1758. C: yes, but the boycotts were more effective. British issuance of the Proclamation of 1763 I. The wars ended in 1713 with peace terms signed at Utrecht. D was rare and when it happened it was not really planned. War's Fateful Aftermath In 1763, Ottawa chief, Pontiac, led several tribes, aided by a handful of French traders who remained in the region, in a violent campaign to drive the British out of the Ohio country.
So before conferencing tomorrow, I will address those questions as a whole class, and then focus on other topics in the conferences. Terms : 439491838 Huguenots French Protestants. It took place from 1702-1713. Many of the Acadians ended up in Louisiana under Spanish rule where they became known as Cajuns. For the next ten minutes, I reviewed the PowerPoint for video 4. Signed both the Declaration of Independence adn the Constitution These were French Protestants who lived between 1560-1629. D: Britain had many casualties.
His 150 Virginian militia killed the French leader, causing French reinforcements to come. · The Boston Tea Party o The colonists were a major consumer of tea, but when Britain passed the Tea Act, the colonists stopped buying the tea and the East India Company fell to the brink of bankruptcy. The increase in conflict caused the British in Nova Scotia to worry that the French in Acadia would attack them. His warriors captured Detroit in the spring of that year and overran all but 3 British outposts west of the Appalachians. It prohibited settlement in the area beyond the Appalachians. In 1608, France established Quebec.
This war was fought in America, Europe, the West Indies, the Philippines, Africa, and on the ocean. In Europe, the principal adversaries were Britain and Prussia on one side. Granitsm, Credit Mobilier Affair, Tammany Hall, Boss Tweed, Thomas Nast, Panic of 1873, Greenbacks, Election of 1876, Compromise of 1877, Civil Rights Act of 1875, Civil Rights Cases of 1883, Jim Crow laws, Plessy v. I gave the students a list of topics from Period 1 and they will illustrate the terms. This week is homecoming week, so I will be giving less homework to students since there are so many activities they are involved in each night. C I Think Not A, because we still treated the natives terribly and had slaves.
Wilderness Road became the main route used to cross the Appalachian Mountains 439491865 Proclamation of 1763 A proclamation from the British government which forbade British colonists from settling west of the Appalacian Mountains, and which required any settlers already living west of the mountains to move back east. Carlisle Indian School, Dawes Severalty Act, Frederick Jackson Turner, Frontier Thesis, Grange Movement, Munn v. The Appalachian land was acquired after the British beat the Indians. British officers treated the American colonial militia with contempt. His force was slaughtered by the much smaller French and Indian army. The Edict of Nantes 1598 freed them from persecution in France, but when that was revoked in the late 1700s, hundreds of thousands of Huguenots fled to other countries, including North America. At this battle, Braddock was mortally wounded.
B A was the 2 nd cont. Chapter 6 The Duel for North America 1608-1763 In the late 1600's and early 1700's, Spain, England, and France fought over territory in North America. · The Stamp Act Crisis o The Stamp Act was passed in 1765 and it put a tax on stamped paper, publications, playing cards, etc. The summoning of the Albany Congress by the British D. The removal of the French threat made American colonists more secure and therefore less reliant on the mother country for protection.
· Frontier Warfare o Colonel George Washington lost to a French Force near the Monongahela River at Fort Necessity. The government of New France Canada was under direct control of the king. George Washington, with only 300 men, tried to defend the area. France lost Canada, the land east of the Mississippi, some Caribbean islands and India to Britain. The French and British armies faced each other on the Plains of Abraham, with the British lead by Wolfe and the French lead by Marquis de Montcalm.
In response the soldiers began to fire without orders. American soldiers gained new respect for British military men after the British success against the French. The British also won limited trading rights in Spanish America. Many colonists felt that Oglethorpe was a dictator, and that along with the colonist's dissatisfaction over not being allowed to own slaves caused the colony to break down and Oglethorpe to lose his position as governor. Treaty between Britain, France, and Spain, which ended the Seven Years War and the French and Indian War. The American colonists enthusiastically united in patriotic support of the British cause against the French. The British Proclamation of 1763 a.
The name comes from a British captain named Jenkin, whose ear was cut off by the Spanish. Antoine Cadillac- founded Detroit in 1701 to thwart English settlers from pushing into the Ohio Valley. The colonists responded saying they wanted actual representation meaning they would actually elect people for their representation. France, Spain, Austria, and Russia were on the other side. Townshend passed the Revenue Acts, putting taxes on tea, lead, paint, paper, and gas in the colonies to bring in revenue without further angering citizens in the motherland. Owned a printing company in Philadelphia. On December 16, 1773 thousands crowded in a church to see the captain report to Sam Adams.
The decisive event in the French-British contest for North America was a. E Several of them were influential, but none as much as Common Sense. He was born January 17, 1706 in Boston. He was appointed commander-in-chief of the Continental Army, and was much more successful in this second command. Both Wolfe and Marquis died in battle. The colonists responded saying they wanted actual representation meaning they would actually elect people for their representation. · The Struggle of the West o Indians were mad that France gave away their land and Britain was harsh and uncaring for the Indians whose lands they were taking.