Imperial Wars & Colonial Protest, 1754-1774

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Seven Years’ War in Europe Causes- Washington brought militia to the Ohio R. Valley Albany Plan of Union- inter-colonial govt. to recruit troops & taxes (didn’t go into affect) Effects- Britain thought that the colonies were unable to defend their new Salutary neglect was now abandoned Pontiac’s Rebellion- attack on movement of settlers west Proclamation of 1763- prohibited colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mts. Stamp Act- revenues on printed papers
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Unformatted text preview: Declaratory Act- repealed the Stamp Act, right to tax & make laws for the colonies Townshend Acts- tea, glass, paper, search of private homes for smuggled goods Circular Letter- S. Adams & J. Otis Boycott, so it was repealed Boston Massacre- soldiers opened fire, but acquitted by J. Adams The Gaspee- Disguised as Indians & set fire to a British ship Boston Tea Party- dumped tea into harbor Intolerable Acts (Coercive Acts) Port Act- no trade until tea was paid Mass. Govt. Act- reduced the power of the legislature Administration of Justice Act- royal officials tried in England Quartering Act- troops stay in homes Quebec Acts- organized Canada Ideological Foundations of the Revolution The Enlightenment- J. Lockes natural laws- overthrow govt. if it fails Common Sense by T. Payne Great Awakening End of Salutary neglect...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIUS 201 taught by Professor Kett during the Spring '08 term at UVA.

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