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Us history survey # 7 Us history survey # 7 Presentation Transcript

  • US History Survey 7 th lecture colonial conflicts & changes, 1760s & 1770s
  • British colonies in N America
    • can you identify the colonies?
  • poverty & wealth: colonial merchants
  • poverty & wealth: colonial planters
  • “free” workers
  • women’s work
  • boat builders
  • enslaved workers
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  • wealth & poverty
    • Who was poor? Why?
      • widows with young children (some husbands killed in war)
      • urban workers (fluctuations in economy)
      • enslaved people
      • almost all free people of color
      • many Indians living among whites
  • Class conflicts
    • Landowners and tenants
    • Employers & workers in cities
    • Slave owners & enslaved
  • French & Indian War, 1754 – 1763 (aka Seven Years War)
  • results of French & Indian War
    • British desire for land expansion
    • Land speculators
    • British defeated French @ Quebec & Montreal
    • Indians wanted Appalachians as border.
    • Treaty of Paris – French lost all lands on mainland.
    • Britain claimed all land east of Mississippi River.
    • Indians could no longer play off Europeans against each other.
    • Colonists connected with each other.
  • Parliament
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  • mercantilism
    • Benefit for the mother country.
    • Sugar Act, 1764 – tax on imported sugar & enforcement of customs’ service regulations.
    • Stamp Act, 1765 – taxed all paper goods.
    • Declaratory Act, 1766 – Parliamentary supremacy over colonies. Ability to enact legislation.
    • Townshend Revenue Acts, 1767 – taxed commodities, lead, glass, paint, paper, tea.
    • Tea Act, 1773 – monopoly to Brit. E. India Co.
    • quartering of British troops.
  • Stamp Act, 1765
  • Non-importation associations Non-consumption
    • Massachusetts boycott of British products.
    • Daughters of Liberty – weaving homespun fabric for clothing.
    • 1768 British troops occupied
    • Boston.
  • Boston Massacre, 1770
    • Crispus Attucks, 1 st casualty – former slave.
  • Boston Tea Party, 1773
  • 1 st Continental Congress, 1774, Philadelphia
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  • 1 st Continental Congress
    • representatives elected by town meetings & colonial assemblies. (British governors had dissolved colonial legislatures.)
    • wanted to avoid war.
    • policy of economic coercion.
    • created Committees of Observation & Safety, which took over local government.
    • began to refer to selves as states.
    • rights of Englishmen being violated.
  • battles at Lexington & Concord, Massachusetts, 1775
    • British troops to capture American ammunition.