Hist1301 Week 04

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  • Map 4.1 European Claims in North America, c. 1750 (p. 164)
  • “ How Blest is That Interpreter of Laws” (p. 165)
  • Map 4.2 Conflicts Over Land in the Mid-Eighteenth Century (p. 168)
  • Map 4.3 British North America, 1763–1774 (p. 178)
  • Three Cherokees in London (p. 179)
  • The Colonies Reduced  (p. 182)
  • “ This Is The Place” (p. 183)
  • http://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/townsend_act_1767.asp
  • Resistance to the Stamp Act (p. 187)
  • A Society of Patriotic Ladies  (p. 188)
  • The Bloody Massacre  (p. 189)
  • The Boston Massacre, c. 1868 (p. 190)
  • The Bostonians Paying the Excise-Man, or Tarring and Feathering  (p. 194)
  • The “Necessary Politicians” (p. 195)
  • The Retreat  (p. 197)
  • The Destruction of the Royal Statue  (p. 199)
  • Common Sense  (p. 202)
  • Hist1301 Week 04

    1. 1. Toward Revolution 1750–1776
    2. 2. The Colonial Roots of Rebellion
    3. 3. Why Were the Thirteen Colonies Ready to Revolt?
    4. 4. American Revolution: The Cause of Liberty (clip)
    5. 5. Examples of Political & Social Tensions
    6. 6. Catamount Tavern
    7. 7. Massacre of the Indians at Lancaster by the Paxton Boys in 1763, Lithograph from Events in Indian History (John Wimer, 1841).
    8. 8. Quaker Philadelphia Prepares for the Paxton Boys
    9. 9. Herman Husband "Have Not Your Purses Been Pillaged ... ?" September 1769 (Excerpt from WBA)
    10. 10. The First British Empire: Triumph and Crisis
    11. 11. Economic Developments & Constant Warfare
    12. 12. The French and Indian War
    13. 13. Benjamin West's Death of General Wolfe
    14. 14. The Consequences of War
    15. 15. Strains Within the Empire: Trade & Taxes
    16. 16. Imperial Conflict Grows
    17. 17. The British Leadership
    18. 18. William Pitt, The Elder http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Pitt,_1st_Earl_of_Chatham
    19. 19. George Grenville http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Grenville
    20. 20. The Sugar Act and Stamp Act
    21. 21. Townshend Duties (Note the Timing)
    22. 22. Elite Protest
    23. 23. Popular Protest Against the Stamp Act August 1765
    24. 24. Politics of Stamp Act Protest
    25. 25. Boycotts: "Luxury" vs. Patriotism
    26. 26. 1770 Partial Repeal of Duties
    27. 27. Boston Massacre (March 5, 1770)
    28. 28. Resistance Becomes Revolution
    29. 29. From the Tea Act to Continental Resistance
    30. 30. 1774 Coercive Acts: Close Boston Until Tea is Paid For
    31. 31. The Able Doctor (From The Library of Congress)
    32. 32. Alliance of North and South
    33. 33. Amos Doolittle's The Battle of Lexington
    34. 34. War Begins
    35. 35. The People Take Sides
    36. 36. The Meanings of Radicalism
    37. 37. Declaring Independence

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