Written and Thought By: Daniel Gallardo
Introduction <ul><li>Hi and welcome to the “The Causes of the American Revolution” PowerPoint we will learn the causes fro...
1754 <ul><li>Here we are at 1754 the year when the British Fort Necessity was attacked by the French and Indians. Also thi...
1755 <ul><li>Whoa! That was a close one we are so lucky no one got hurt. Ok this year is when General Braddock was defeate...
1758 <ul><li>Ok here we are at 1758 when the British captured three French forts. The names are Fort Duquesne, Fort Louisb...
1763 <ul><li>This year King George 111 issues the Proclamation of the year 1763. The Proclamation said that they couldn’t ...
1764 <ul><li>Ok this year is when the Sugar act was passed to pay for the French and Indian war but the colonist didn’t li...
1765 <ul><li>This year the stamp act is passed and congress meets to talk about because 2 things that they had to pay was ...
1766 <ul><li>This year the stamp act has ended so they are a little bit angry about it because they still have up coming e...
1770 <ul><li>This year the Boston Massacre takes place. The Boston massacre  was about the British attacking the colonist ...
1773 <ul><li>Whoa! Oh this is the year when the Boston Tea Party takes place. Its about when the tea act happened and they...
1774 <ul><li>This year the continental congress meets to talk about the arguments that they have at the time being so yeah...
1775 <ul><li>This year the American Revolution begins. This war was about their freedom from Britain and so all the acts a...
July 4,1776 <ul><li>Finally here we are at July 4,1776 when the famous Declaration of Independence was signed to be freed ...
Ending <ul><li>Well I guess this is goodbye. I hope you liked the dates back in time about the causes of the American Revo...
Resources <ul><li>Social Studies book </li></ul><ul><li>Papers </li></ul><ul><li>Thoughts </li></ul>
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  1. 1. Written and Thought By: Daniel Gallardo
  2. 2. Introduction <ul><li>Hi and welcome to the “The Causes of the American Revolution” PowerPoint we will learn the causes from 1750s to the 1770s so lets set the time machine to 1754 so lets go! </li></ul>
  3. 3. 1754 <ul><li>Here we are at 1754 the year when the British Fort Necessity was attacked by the French and Indians. Also this is when the French and Indian war began. Uh-Oh! Its starting, we better get out of here, lets go to 1755 in fast. LETS GO! </li></ul>
  4. 4. 1755 <ul><li>Whoa! That was a close one we are so lucky no one got hurt. Ok this year is when General Braddock was defeated and it’s the end of the French and Indian war. Even though the French and Indians had good battle strategies the British won the war so now lets go to the year 1758 so lets go. </li></ul>
  5. 5. 1758 <ul><li>Ok here we are at 1758 when the British captured three French forts. The names are Fort Duquesne, Fort Louisburg, and Fort Frontenac. It wasn’t easy but they got them so lets go to 1763 so lets go now. </li></ul>
  6. 6. 1763 <ul><li>This year King George 111 issues the Proclamation of the year 1763. The Proclamation said that they couldn’t buy land west of the Appalachians from the Indians, hunt on it, or explore it. Basically it said they couldn’t buy land from the Indians so lets go to 1764 so lets go. </li></ul>
  7. 7. 1764 <ul><li>Ok this year is when the Sugar act was passed to pay for the French and Indian war but the colonist didn’t like paying for it because lots of other acts came around so it was terrible so lets go to 1765. </li></ul>
  8. 8. 1765 <ul><li>This year the stamp act is passed and congress meets to talk about because 2 things that they had to pay was too much so they wanted it to stop so they talked about it so lets go to 1766. </li></ul>
  9. 9. 1766 <ul><li>This year the stamp act has ended so they are a little bit angry about it because they still have up coming events to come so lets go to 1770. </li></ul>
  10. 10. 1770 <ul><li>This year the Boston Massacre takes place. The Boston massacre was about the British attacking the colonist for no reason at all. Whoa! Its getting ugly OO Ouch Oh that’s got to hurt hey stop that or else I’m calling the police AH ok I’ll stop ok guys its getting bad so lets go. </li></ul>
  11. 11. 1773 <ul><li>Whoa! Oh this is the year when the Boston Tea Party takes place. Its about when the tea act happened and they were boycotting it by throwing the tea in the harbor so lets just leave them be and go to next year so lets go. </li></ul>
  12. 12. 1774 <ul><li>This year the continental congress meets to talk about the arguments that they have at the time being so yeah they are just talking so lets go to next year. </li></ul>
  13. 13. 1775 <ul><li>This year the American Revolution begins. This war was about their freedom from Britain and so all the acts and other stuff to be free. Ah man the battle is starting its just like last time so lets hurry to the time machine to July 4 th , 1776 </li></ul>
  14. 14. July 4,1776 <ul><li>Finally here we are at July 4,1776 when the famous Declaration of Independence was signed to be freed from rule of Britain. That’s why we celebrate the 4 th of July because its about the freedom that we earned and which millions of lives have lost for us so lets go back to the year 2012 so lets go. </li></ul>
  15. 15. Ending <ul><li>Well I guess this is goodbye. I hope you liked the dates back in time about the causes of the American Revolution so goodbye. </li></ul>
  16. 16. Resources <ul><li>Social Studies book </li></ul><ul><li>Papers </li></ul><ul><li>Thoughts </li></ul>
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