APUSH_Review_Sheet_1750-1800 - II Road to Revolution French and Indian War to Revolutionary War 1 FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR(in general)\u25cf France lost all

APUSH_Review_Sheet_1750-1800 - II Road to Revolution French...

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II. Road to Revolution- French and Indian War to Revolutionary War 1. FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR- (in general)- France lost all land in North America Dispute between Britain/France over Ohio River Valley Seven Years War Resulted in Britain needing colonies to pay up in the form of taxes Colonies gain land to Mississippi river Americans secure fishing rights in New Foundland William Pitt- Raised revenue to fund British Troops Proclamation of 1763 - Pontiac’s Rebellion occurred Colonists could not move past Appalachian mountains to avoid Indian conflict-Proclamation of 1763 2. CAUSES OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN GENERAL: The road to this war begins in 1763 Albany Plan of Union suggested Food and supplies prices skyrocketed Excessive printing of money led to it being worthless George Grenville - Guy who taxed to raise revenue Guy who provided funding and supplies to colonies to fight war SUGAR ACT- Revenue from these taxes would pay governors salary making governors listen to Britain over

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