APUSH - DBQ1999 - Mehmet Bayram DBQ 1999 11/20/06 To what...

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Mehmet Bayram DBQ 1999 11/20/06 To what extent had the colonists developed a sense of their identity and unity as Americans by the eve of the Revolution? Use the documents and your knowledge of the period 1750 to 1776 to answer the question. The hardships that the American colonists faced in the colonies from 1750 to 1776 resulted in them having a sense of identity and unity as Americans. Many other factors such as geography and culture played a big role too. The French and Indian War and other conflicts proved to the world that America was a formable opponent. The French and Indian War was fought over the Ohio Valley; the British saw the French as a threat since the colonies were growing rapidly. When the colonies won in 1763, the French lost most of their land in the north. The Stamp Act, Navigation Acts, Townshend Act and the Intolerable acts were passed by their mother country, England. The colonists united together to fight and defend their liberty. After the Boston Tea Party, England shutdown the Boston harbor until the money
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2010 for the course HISTORY APUSH taught by Professor Billiamvech during the Spring '06 term at Beacon FL.

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