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Midterm Review Guide Part 1The Road to Revolution People/Groups: Significance of each person/group-Benjamin Franklin -General Braddock -George Washington -British -French -Albany Congress-Sons of Liberty -Daughters of LIberty -Samuel Adams -Iroquois -Cajuns-Native American Tribes-William Pitt-Lord Loudon -House of Burgess-Paxton Boys (PA) -Committees of Correspondence-First Continental Congress-John LockeEvents: What happened? Significance? Parties involved?-French and Indian War-Ohio Valley (1754): Fort Necessity (Brit) and Fort Duquesne (French) -Albany Plan of Union (1754) -Pontiac’s Rebellion-Boston Massacre (March 5, 1770)-Boston Tea Party (1773) -Lexington and Concord (April 18, 1775) Documents: Significance? Who wrote them? Who were they for? Why?-“Join or Die” cartoon Vocabulary: Know these terms-Treaty of Paris (1763): ended the revolutionary war -Proclamation Line of 1763-Tar and Feathering-Tea Act (1773) -The Coercive/ Intolerable Acts (1774) -Port Bill -Administration of Justice Act -The Quebec Act -Olive Branch Petition -The Government Act
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-Quartering Act -Salutary Neglect -Townshend Act -Stamp Act -Mercantilism- Exploitation of colonies for the benefit of the mother country, trade restrictions were placed on the colonies by Great Britain -Natural RightsQuestions: 1.What were French and British relationships like before 1754?2.What region did the French and British fight over in 1754? 3.How did George Washington respond to the British who were inhabiting the area? 4.What reason did France and Britain have interest in the Ohio River Valley? 5.What other name does the ‘French and Indian’ War go by? What countries were involved?6.What were the causes of the French and Indian War? 7.Who did the American Indians support in the French and Indian War? Why?8.What attempts did Benjamin Franklin make to make peace? 9.Who won the French and Indian War?10. What were the effects of the war on Britain? American Colonists? Indians?11. What did Britain gain/lose at the end of the war through the Treaty of Paris of 1763? 12. What did France gain/lose at the end of the war through the Treaty of Paris of 1763?13. Why were colonists upset with Britain after the French and Indian War 14. What was Britain’s economic state after the war? 15. What arguments did the British make on why the colonists should pay for the war? 16. What were the colonists responses to having to pay for the war? 17. What event was a protest of the Tea Act and resulted in 90,000 pounds of tea being dupedinto the harbor? 18. How did Britain punish the colonists after the Boston Tea Party? 19. What act indirectly taxed tea, lead, glass and paint? 20. What act violated the English Bill of Rights by requiring colonists to house and feed British soldiers? 21. What act imposed an indirect tax on imported sugar? 22. What act took away the rights of colonists by closing down the Boston Harbor and did not allow the colonists to have any town meetings? 23. What tax was repealed by Parliament? Why? 24. What is the Boston Massacre? Who caused it?25. What did the colonists mean when they said “no taxation without representation?

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