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  • 1. The American Revolution<br />Chapter 10, Section 4<br />
  • 2. Do Now!<br />Where did the Enlightenment happen?<br />How far did it’s ideas reach?<br />The Ideas of the Enlightenment had clearly made an impact on the colonies in North America. In response to their unfair taxation and other issues, the colonists revolted against British rule, formed their own army, and declairedtheir independence. Many Europeans saw the American Revolution as the embodiment of the Enlightenment Political Dreams…<br />
  • 3. Map of Colonial America<br />
  • 4. Britain and the American Revolution<br /><ul><li>United Kingdom of Great Britain
  • 5. 1707
  • 6. British = English and Scottish
  • 7. Monarchy and parliament share power
  • 8. Hanoverians
  • 9. Dynasty 1714
  • 10. Last Stuart ruler died (Queen Anne)
  • 11. King George I
  • 12. Crowned King
  • 13. Not speak English (German Protestant)
  • 14. Robert Walpole
  • 15. Head of Cabinet  1st Prime Minister
  • 16. Peaceful foreign policy
  • 17. Growing trade  growing middle class</li></li></ul><li>British Colonies in America<br /><ul><li>Colonies in:
  • 18. Americas  highly important ports
  • 19. Boston
  • 20. Charleston
  • 21. New York City
  • 22. Canada
  • 23. India
  • 24. Controlled American Colonies:
  • 25. British Board of Trade
  • 26. Royal Council
  • 27. Parliament
  • 28. Colonies in America
  • 29. 1,000,000 people by 1750
  • 30. Gained wealth through trade
  • 31. No want British government to control their affairs </li></li></ul><li>The American Revolution Begins <br /><ul><li>Seven Years’ War
  • 32. Salutary neglect
  • 33. British needed to pay for the way
  • 34. Taxation without Representation
  • 35. Stamp Act (1765)
  • 36. Tax on printed materials
  • 37. First of many taxes imposed  British oppression
  • 38. Rebellion begins
  • 39. Americans not want to pay taxes without rights
  • 40. First Continental Congress
  • 41. Meets in Philadelphia
  • 42. September 1774
  • 43. “Take up arms and organize militias” </li></li></ul><li>Brief History of the American Revolution<br />The Colonies were successful, <br />and the United States was Born!<br />
  • 44. Important People<br /><ul><li>George Washington
  • 45. Major Revolutionary War general
  • 46. Commander and Chief
  • 47. First President of the United States
  • 48. Thomas Jefferson
  • 49. The Declaration of Independence
  • 50. July 4, 1776
  • 51. Formally began Revolution
  • 52. 3rd President of the United States</li></li></ul><li>Major Documents<br /><ul><li>Declaration of Independence
  • 53. Stated the United States was seceding from British control
  • 54. The Constitution
  • 55. Laws and Government Structure for the United States
  • 56. Created a Federal System
  • 57. National and state government shared power
  • 58. Based on Montesquieu’s ideas  3 branches
  • 59. Legislative  2 sub-branches
  • 60. Democracy and balance of power
  • 61. The Bill or Rights
  • 62. Amendments to the Constitution
  • 63. 12 proposed  10 enacted
  • 64. Guaranteed freedoms of:
  • 65. Religion, speech, petition, assembly, bear arms, protection from unreasonable search and arrest, trial by jury, due process of law, and protection of private property</li></li></ul><li>Classwork for Today<br />Complete the following questions from your book now:<br />Geography Skills <br />#’s 1 and 2<br />Page 331<br />Connecting to Today <br />#’s 1 and 2,<br />Page 332<br />Section Review <br />#’s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 (all numbers)<br />Page 333<br />To be completed NOW in class on a separate sheet of paper.<br />This will be collected and counted as a classwork grade.<br />

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