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Road to the Revolution
Proclamation of 1763 • An imaginary line that “imprisoned” the colonist from expanding west of the Appalachian Mts. • Primary Reason: Created by King George III for tax collection purposes. Secondary Reason: Was to keep the peace with the natives so that his soldiers wouldn’t be attacked. • At this time most colonist supported the King. This law effected only those in the backcountry
Color your map and add the following Legend 13 Colonies- Green Place $$$$ in Black Indian Territory- Orange Place XXX in Black Appalachian Mts. -Red Line
Artifact Analysis Top line- Educated guess Second line- 1 Mr. Rock sentence, How was this item used during the America Revolution?
Tea Coffee Tea Dan-Hong Pao Coffee Kopi Iuwak 2002 - $28, 000 for 20 grams 2017 - $3, 000 per 1 kg 20 grams= ¼ cup of flour 1 kg- 2. 2 pounds
Most expensive Starbucks drink 2014 William Lewis: Latte with 101 espresso shots $83. 75 Caffeine- 6, 464 mg Avg Coffee- 95 mg
Impact on the Colonist Scale Few-----Some------Many Acts • An act is the English name for law 1. Quartering Act The king forced the colonist to house troops without question. Saves the king $$$, no rent. A way to keep an eye on unruly colonist (patriots). Major cities. 2. Sugar Act A tax on sugar and molasses. Affects only the wealthy, sugar is expensive, John Jay- “No taxation without representation!!!” ? ? ? Alternative? ? ? 3. Stamp Act A tax on all legal documents (birth certificate, wills), newspapers, playing cards. Must have stamp on it to be legal or it cant be used. This affects many all colonist.
Affects on the Colonist Scale Few-----Some------Many Acts 4. Townshend Act This act collected taxes on imports like tea that the colonist used everyday. Also creates the Writs of Assistance which allowed soldiers to search houses without permission. Prevented the colonist to meet in large groups. 5. Tea Act Gave the East India Company a monopoly on tea in the 13 Colonies. Controlled Price Monopoly- Define 6. Intolerable Act 1. Closed Boston Harbor due to the Boston Tea Party 2. Force Boston to Quarter troops 3. Put on trial those responsible (never happened)
Protest against the Acts Sons of Liberty- encouraged the colonist to boycott British Goods, some colonies went without or became self sufficient. King is losing $$$$$ and is . Self Sufficient- Define Boston Massacre 1768 Cause Effect • 1, 000 Redcoats ordered to Boston to police unruly colonist. • Redcoats are not pay very well, started taking dockworkers jobs at a cheaper wage. • Dockworkers lose jobs, can’t provide for their family, and get angry. • Dockworkers begin to protest, screaming at the Redcoats to “Fire if you Dare”, snow balls are thrown. Captain of the Redcoats tell his soldiers “DO NOT FIRE”. 2 dead colonist 3 mortally wounded.
Answer these question near the picture found in the notes. 1. Circle The puppy in the picture. 2. By looking at the picture what time of day did the massacre happen? 3. T or F, is this definition of massacre? 4. Who created this picture of the massacre?
Spot of Tea Done in response to the Tea Act 1 st Tea Party took place in Charleston, SC Tea was left on the docks to rot. Sons of Liberty Dressed as natives Boston Tea Party Dump 342 chest Worth $1. 4 Million today
12 AM Ride/Shot heard round the World April 17, 1775 Patriot spies hear that the British plan to overtake an armament in Concord, MA and attempt to capture John Hancock and Sam Adams. 1. Paul Revere, Sam Prescott, William Dawes set out to warn the colonist. 2. The “Regulars are Coming or The Kingsmen are coming!!” 3. Revere, Prescott , Dawes captured Prescott jumps a fence and ride to Concord. 4. Hancock and Adams escape due to the early warning. April 18, 1775 • 300 Redcoats to Lexington, MA were they meet 70 Minutemen. • 1 Shot Fired? ? • 8 Militiamen dead No British dead • British move on to Concord • When they arrive guns and ammo already removed and hidden in woods. • As British march back to Boston the colonist use Guerilla Tactics. Patriots- 49 killed, 39 wounded British- 73 dead, 174 wounded • Considered a Colonial Victory
Color the following as best you can!! Blue for Revere Route Green for Dawes Route Red for Prescott Route +Remember to add color to the Legend
Declaration of War Declaration of Independence A. Adopted July 4, 1776 200 copies sent out (1989 -8. 1 million) B. Written mostly by Thomas Jefferson (4) C. Announced the separation of the Colonies from England D. Most delegates signed the document on August 2 E. New Hampshire doesn’t sign till Nov. 4 th F. Finally all the colonies are united as one (1777). G. Forgot to send a copy to KGIII. He had already declared war on August 23, 1775.