for this statement. (a) Boston Tea Party (b) colonial boycotts (c) Gaspee incident (d) Stamp Act Congress 7. Compare and contrast the American and the British views regarding the results of the French and Indian war. 8. “The passage of the Coercive Acts and the Quebec Act in 1774 was a direct assault against the rights of Americans.” Assess this statement from the point of view of (a) Samuel Adams (b) Lord North 9. Explain the connection between the ideas of the Enlightenment and the protest movement in the colonies against British imperial policy. 10. Compare and contrast the Townsend Acts of 1767 and the Intolerable Acts of 1774 in terms of (a) the British reason for enacting the laws (b) the nature of the laws. Population: 1. 1700= less than 300,000 people in 13 colonies, 20,000 blacks 2. 1775=2.5 billion (500,000 blacks) 3. 1700= 20:1 Englishmen to American colonist; 1775=3:1 Englishmen to American 4. so many people living in America now- British worry about keeping control 5. Appalachain Range 6. 1775- Philly, New York, Boston, Charleston 7. majority is Anglo-Saxon 8. German- philly 9. Scotts-irish –presbyterian 10. French Hugonots, dutch, welsh, sweeds, swiss, irish, jews, scotts highlanders- 5% of population 11. Crevecoeur- Frenchman- strange mixture of blod, what is this new man
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