The American RevolutionThe American Revolution
King of England, King George III and the colonists. For years, the King has placed measures on the colonists to repay the treasury after the French and Indian War. Although at times the two have reached compromises
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War Hawks, young Congressmen such as Henry Clay (Kentucky) and John Calhoun (South Carolina) hated the fact that Britain stopped American ships from trading with other countriesWar Hawks, young Congressmen such as Henry Clay (Kentucky) and John Calhoun (South Carolina) hated the fact that Britain stopped American ships from trading with other countries
After Jefferson’s presidency, his closet political ally and friend James Madison was elected president in 1808. Like the three presidents before him, Madison faced serious problems because of the war between Great Britain and France
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Unit 2 From Revolution to Republic Chapter 6: The American RevolutionUnit 2 From Revolution to Republic Chapter 6: The American Revolution
Allen led a band of Vermonters, known as the Green Mountain Boys, in a surprise attack on Fort Ticonderoga
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7th Grade Study Guide – Chapters 5-6 (The Spirit of Independence/The American Revolution)7th Grade Study Guide – Chapters 5-6 (The Spirit of Independence/The American Revolution)
British general defeated at the Battle of Saratoga. Turning point of war. French now encouraged to assist the Americans
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Economic StructuresEconomic Structures
Social Structures The pool of low-paid industrial laborers formed the core of a new social group, the working class
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Immigrant settlers from the United States crossing the prairies, heading for available wheat fields in Alberta, 1906Immigrant settlers from the United States crossing the prairies, heading for available wheat fields in Alberta, 1906
Per cent increase in Canada's total population from nearly 4 million in 1901 to 2 million in 1911. In 1913 alone an all time peak of 400,870 people entered Canada
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