Proclamation of 1763 Issued bc Pontiacs Rebellion colonists cant cross

Proclamation of 1763 issued bc pontiacs rebellion

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Proclamation of 1763-Issued bc Pontiac’s Rebellioncolonists can’t cross Appalachians or Indians attackAmerican’s mad, why did we bother to fight?House of Burgesses passes resolution saying Britain can pass external but not internal taxesThe American RevolutionoPaxton Boys Rebellion: frontiersman vs. natives over land, Quaker government won’t help, they want better representation by government (Paxton=Pennsylvania)oRegulator Movement: frustrated with tax policies, wealthy get policies doneoWrits of Assistance: British customs search warrants to stop smugglingJames Otis- “no taxation without representation,” tried to get to repeal navigation actsoCurrency Act: required to use species circularoGrenville-prime minister, argue virtual representationoStamp Act Congress, like the first time they got togetherNon-importation—boycottsPass Declaratory Act
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oTownshend Acts-silk, glass, paint, silk and tea, punish for stamp act uprisingMassachusetts circular letterBritain send troops to Boston threaten to dissolve govt if not repealoJohn Dickinson, letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania, say Britain oTea Act CrisisBoston Tea PartyIntolerable ActsMassachusetts charter revoked, quarter soldiersFirst Continental CongressoDeclarations and ResolvesBattle lex and concordSecond Continental CongressoOlive branch petitionBattle bunker hillo
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Period Four: 1800-1848, toRevolution of 1800-democratic shift power from federalists to Jefferson anti-federalistsoJefferson surprisingly moderateDoes repeal excise tax on whiskey12thamendment get rid of VP is pres. loseroLeads to the ERA OF GOOD FEELINGSJudiciary Act of 1801-‘Midnight Justices’ of AdamsoDaniel Webster Ghost wrote for federalist MarshalloLeads to Marbury v. MadisonBasis for judicial review and declaring laws unconstitutionalCourt CasesoFletcher v. Peck1810Supreme court forbids states form ‘impairing contracts’When ga make contract with companies for land and then try to renigoMartin v. Hunter’s Lessee 1816Virginia try to ignore Treaty of Paris and Jay Treaty‘States can’t overturn treaties’oMcCulloch v. Maryland 1819Maryland try to destroy BUS and failsTried to tax all BUS incomeoGibbons v. Ogden 1824ONLY CONGRESS CAN REGULATE INTERSTATE COMMERCERush Bagot Treaty of 1817- US and Canada limit warship # bc share longest unfortified border on great lakesoConvention of 1818 solidifies the borderRoad to the War of 1812oChesapeake-Leopold Affair-Brits shot our battleship!Embargo Act 1807-US can’t trade, FORCES 1st INDUSTRIAL REV.Economic disaster, we overestimate Britain’s reliance on usNew England High Federalists pissed and talk secessionoWar Hawks: Henry Clay and John CalhounoBaltimore not taken (Scott Key anthem)oBrits plan kill southern tradeoJackson war heroBattle horseshoe bend, capture Indians kill ‘em allBATTLE OF NEW ORLEANSo
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