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Introduction: Hook, Thesis Statement, Main Ideas/ReasonsIntroduction: Hook, Thesis Statement, Main Ideas/Reasons
Still, it did happen and the colonists were justified in declaring independence for two reasons. First, the colonists were not even part of the decisions Great Britain made about America
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Goal 1 Review Test Multiple ChoiceGoal 1 Review Test Multiple Choice
How did the Stamp Act, the Tea Act, and the Intolerable Acts encourage American colonists to consider revolution against British rule?
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Second Continental CongressSecond Continental Congress
Boston area following the first shots at Lexington and Concord. The British redcoats were outnumbered
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Five views of the american revolutionFive views of the american revolution
Pacific Ocean. Colonists defended their land with guns, and their ties to their property and their weapons were underestimated by the British
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Chapter Two American Society in the MakingChapter Two American Society in the Making
The newcomers never lost this heritage entirely, but they-and certainly their descendants-became something quite different from their relatives who remained in the Old World. They became what we call Americans. But not right away
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Defining us: The American ExperienceDefining us: The American Experience
Essential Learning: Students will examine the causes of dissatisfaction that led to the American Revolution
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Colonial period & the revolutionary periodColonial period & the revolutionary period
Albermarle (1744) while Brunswick Co formed 1720 from Isle of Wight and Prince George; Brunswick gave land to Amelia 1734, Greensville, and Lunenberg
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The Sugar Act In 1764, Parliament passed the Sugar ActThe Sugar Act In 1764, Parliament passed the Sugar Act
In 1764, Parliament passed the Sugar Act. This law placed a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products shipped to the colonies. It also called for strict enforcement of the act and harsh punishment of smugglers
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Lesson 23 (2 days) Do Now: Think about the following questionsLesson 23 (2 days) Do Now: Think about the following questions
What happened at the battle at Lexington & Concord? Did the Americans give up after these battles?
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A triangular wooden palisadeA triangular wooden palisade
Wattle and daub has been used for at least 6000 years and is still an important construction material in many parts of the world
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Captain John SmithCaptain John Smith
Captain John Smith was a soldier, an explorer, and a writer. He helped establish the first permanent English colony in North America. This colony was a success mainly because of Smith's leadership skills
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Characters: Act 1Characters: Act 1
George Washington: (speak to French Commander) I have been sent here to give you this letter
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Causes of the American Revolution The Colonial Mindset and Events That Led to RevoltCauses of the American Revolution The Colonial Mindset and Events That Led to Revolt
Englishmen. The British, on the other hand, felt that the colonies were created to be used in the way that best suited the crown and parliament. This conflict is embodied in one of the rallying cries of the American Revolution
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Colonial Settlement & SocietyColonial Settlement & Society
French successfully founded a permanent settlement prior to 1600 (C) the French successfully converted large numbers of Native Americans to Christianity
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Mr. Winschel Honors European HistoryMr. Winschel Honors European History
But with that signature and the 54 others that followed over the course of the next two months, a nation was born. The date is the fourth of July, American Independence Day
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