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Period 3 (1754-1800) APUSH Study Guide parts of it is informal bc otherwise we’d all die from boredom ok ty -chloe British imperialists attempt to reassert colonial control after 70 years of salutary neglect, inflaming rebellious sentiments in the American colonists, leading to the creation of the United States. 1750-1800: American Indians evaluated and adjusted their alliances with Europeans, other tribes, and the US government. SO BASICALLY The Native Americans had to choose sides in wars between the British vs. Spanish, British vs. French (French and Indian War/Seven Year’s War), and the American Revolution. Whichever side they chose ultimately did not matter because their lands were taken away anyways. Time Cause Effect 1600s The English felt challenged by the Spanish presence at their borders. English convinced Indians to rebel against missionaries. The french convinced African slaves to rebel against masters. 1750s (French and Indian War) The French and English wanted control of North and recognized that they needed alliances with the Indians. The French had been nicer in their relationship with the indians so they sided with them. The Iroquois Confederacy, a coalition of the five strongest tribes, attempted to remain neutral but gave concessions to the British. The tribes were dragged into an European war with little benefit. 1760s Spanish missionaries forced natives to convert to Catholicism and enlisted them as laborers to aid their agricultural economy. of the native population died from disease and the rest were overworked and mistreated by the Spanish. 1776 The American Revolution The Iroquois Confederacy began to split into the two different sides and unravelled. White demand for tribal lands increased meaning that the Indians were removed from their lands. The division between the American and British meant that the Indians could not bring themselves to unite against the
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white settlers. 178-s American settlers wanted to expand to the west. Many tribes ceded their land to the white settlers but some resisted (Battle of Fallen Timbers) Middle Grounds: neither Europeans nor Indians had clear dominance in this region; worked side by side 1784: Native Americans had no legal representation and were not recognized by the constitution. New pressures united British colonies against their constrained economical and political rights, sparking an independence movement. (99-100,107-126,129-148) SO BASICALLY Parliament was a bad mom for 70 years then after the French and Indian War realized they were bankrupt and taxed their kid to help them out. They restricted the American colonists on expansion and pissed them off with hella taxes. The colonists retaliated with boycotts. 1651: The Navigation Acts were passed. No country could trade with the colonies unless the goods were on colonial or English ships. Colonists could export only certain products to England. Goods had to be unloaded only at an English port.
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