APUSHPre-RevolutionReview - Test Thursday 10\/13 40 Multiple Choice Questions(includes Documents and Regents Type Questions Topics French and Indian War

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Test Thursday 10/13 - 40 Multiple Choice Questions (includes Documents and Regents Type Questions) Topics: French and Indian War, Causes of the Revolution, Declaration of Independence, Republican Motherhood Text - Chapter 4 p. 157 - 161 Chapter 5 p- 174 - 175, 178 - 182, 186-187, 190 Chapter 6 sections on Abigail Adams (p. 205, 230), p. 232 -235 (top) The Seven Years’ War Began in 1754, when George Washington tried to make the French leave Western Pennsylvania - French allied with many native tribes; this alliance overwhelmed the British for the first two years of the war (although some natives allied with the British) - The tide of the war began to turn as the British government raised huge amounts of money and sent more and more troops and supplies British victory reshaped the balance of power around the world - France gave Canada up to Britain (in return for a few Caribbean islands); Spain gave them Florida Pontiac’s Rebellion The end of the war meant a threat to the freedom of the Native Americans, as they could no longer use the balance of the French and English as leverage - Led to a revolt against British rule in the Ohio Valley region - Was the first time the majority of native tribes in the region banded together to fight the Europeans The Proclamation Line Although the natives did not win Pontiac’s Rebellion, they convinced the British government that it was easier to appease them than fight constant border wars - The Proclamation of 1763 prohibited colonists to settle beyond the Appalachian Mountains - It also banned the private sale of land that belonged to the natives; that could only be done by colonial governments now - These policies were largely ignored by colonists, and therefore did not accomplish much Pennsylvania and the Indians -

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