british colonies

Essential Questions Why did the British Colonies form the Continental Congress in the 1770s? VocabularyEssential Questions Why did the British Colonies form the Continental Congress in the 1770s? Vocabulary
Created the and elected as Commander-in-Chief!
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Presentation on theme by Zuzana Hlávková & Andrea Tichá The definition of the colonyPresentation on theme by Zuzana Hlávková & Andrea Tichá The definition of the colony
A colony is a territory under the immediate political control of a geographically-distant state. Some colonies were historically separate countries, while others were territories without definite statehood at the moment of colonization
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Road to Revolution Tuesday, October 6Road to Revolution Tuesday, October 6
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Chapter 4 The Colonies Grow 1607-1770Chapter 4 The Colonies Grow 1607-1770
Independence was a spirit that became evident early in the history of the American people. The spirit of independence contributed to the birth of a new nation
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Mercantilism in the British Colonies of the New WorldMercantilism in the British Colonies of the New World
The British even put taxes called duties on imported goods to discourage this practice. This pushed the colonists to buy only British goods, instead of goods from other European countries
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Study Group: Summary – History Repeats Itself in the Classroom, Too! Prior Knowledge and Implementing the Common Core State StandardsStudy Group: Summary – History Repeats Itself in the Classroom, Too! Prior Knowledge and Implementing the Common Core State Standards
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The Ethical Dimensions ofThe Ethical Dimensions of
Naseer Ahmed Faiq Khalid Faqeeh Julián Gustavo Hernández Bobette Jansen Nikolaos Kouroupis Siham Mourabit Diego Rivera Andry Olivier Zinsou
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Modern World History: Notes: Origin of LiberalismModern World History: Notes: Origin of Liberalism
And third, in the Enlightenment, European scientists and philosophers began to develop new ideas and theories based on logic and study of the natural world that challenged the legitimacy of the traditional powers of Europe and offered new ways to
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U. S. Wars Name of WarU. S. Wars Name of War
British attempts to tax American colonists caused tensions that finally led to the American Revolution
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Court of appealCourt of appeal
Official English version of the judgment rendered by the Court of Appeal of Quebec on October 24, 2013
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Chapter 15: The Global Nineteenth Century C. Chase-Dunn and B. LerroChapter 15: The Global Nineteenth Century C. Chase-Dunn and B. Lerro
C. Chase-Dunn and B. Lerro Social Change: Globalization From the Stone Age to the Present
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¡Llegan los británicos!¡Llegan los británicos!
Indian War and the Boston Tea Party. Students create an illustrated and annotated timeline of these issues and events. The annotation provides students an opportunity to organize their thoughts about the cause and effect relationships between
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Similarities: Royal funding & royal control Small populations of single young men looking for profit Catholic missions (Jesuits) Frontiers of inclusion with Indians Large land claims, little “control” DifferencesSimilarities: Royal funding & royal control Small populations of single young men looking for profit Catholic missions (Jesuits) Frontiers of inclusion with Indians Large land claims, little “control” Differences
Prompt #1--identify 3 similarities & 3 differences between the Spanish & French colonial patterns in America
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Skill – Document Analysis – happy (historical content, audience, purpose, pov, why)Skill – Document Analysis – happy (historical content, audience, purpose, pov, why)
Richard Frethorne Letter, “Model of Christian Charity” by John Winthrop, ”Sin of Slavery” by Samuel Sewall, The Eternity of Hell’s Torments” by George Whitefield, and “Sinners at the hands of an angry God” by Jonathan Edwards
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A century of destructionA century of destruction
American Revolution (1775—83) inter­vened. Once again, the Indian nations found themselves caught in a dispute of European making
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