APUSH French and Indian war to Shaysu2019 Rebellion...

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Study Guide:1633- Staples Act: foreign goods needed to be taxed by BritainKept states in a state of economic dependencyDuring this time, Charles I dismissed parliament1651- Navigation ActOnly allowed British to come to the American ports and dominate trade & British needed to tax ALL goodsShipbuilding increased in the New WorldPassed by PM Walpole, was the one who tolerated Salutary Neglect1673- Plantation Duty ActHad enumeratedgoods (goods that could be sold to the mother country)Tobacco, indigo, rice, naval shops, timber1686- Dominion of New EnglandJames II combined all the colonial assemblies Governor: Sir Edmund Andros1688- Glorious RevolutionJames II was overthrown by daughter, Mary, and son-in-law, WilliamSign English Bill of RightsMary dies -> Ann (other daughter) becomes queenAnn has no childrenAnn has no children-> Act of Settlement (1701)States that there CANNOT be a Catholic KingFirst German King: George IIntroduction to 1700sBasic background: British are thriving; they are expanding their land and commerceThree major powers in the New World: Indians (Iroquois), French, and British(end date) 1701-Beaver WarsIroquois and Huron fights1701-1713- War of Spanish SuccessionGeneral James Oglethorpe: Member of parliamentWanted military border against Spanish lands on the southern border (South Carolina)Wanted a refuge for impoverished English men and women 1686- an attack between spanish led Indians and Creoles vs, South CaroliniansWhen another attack happened, the War beganSpanish king, Charles II, died1730’s- The Great Awakening
Protestant religious revival New Lights”: Supporters of the awakeningOld Lights”: Thought the awakening would lead to ChaosJ-Ed and G-white wanted people to have more faith and get a more personal connectionwith godTaught colonists about religious equality and increased religious tolerance Led to many new religious denominations (Baptists, methodists)Colonists realized that if they could be treated equal under god then they should also be treated equal under the governmentLed to rebellious attitudes towards the King and the the crowns religious intoleranceSet revolutionary ideals towards the American RevolutionJonathan EdwardsMinisterThought it was appalling that people stopped believed they could achieve salvation by working hard.George WhitefieldMinister, public speaker, converted many slaves and indians1733- Molasses ActTaxed 6 pence per gallon on sugarSugar was smuggled from the Dutch because the British was too $$1739-Stono rebellionLargest slave revolt in Charleston, S.C.Led by Jemmy (Cato), a literate slave.

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