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  • 1. The American Revolution: factors leading to rebellion against England
    By: Neda Hefzi Katelyn White Kirsten Pearson Angel Ordaz Tim Dimayuga Alec Noble
  • 2. Major Events 1764-1765
    • Navigation Act passed by Parliament – Strongly enforced
    • 3. Stamp and Quartering Acts-Stamp Act congress convenes in New York
    • Parliament repeals the Stamp Act, but passes the Declaratory Act
    • 4. Townshed Acts impose duties on goods, suspend the New York assembly
    Major Events 1766-1767
  • 5. Major Events: 1768-1770
    • British troops occupied Austin
    Parliament repeals all Townshend Act duties except for the tax on tea
  • 6. Boston Massacre:March 5th 1770
    • Provoked shootings of five American Colonist by British troops
    • 7. Caused deepening distrust of British military presence in American colonies
  • Boston Massacre
  • 8.
    • Sons of Liberty disguised as Mohawk Native Americans
    • 9. Boarded three British ships in the Boston harbor
    • 10. Dumped over three hundred crates of British Tea into the ocean
    • 11. This provoked the Intolerable Acts later on
    1773: Boston Tea Party
  • 12. Major Events: 1772-1774
    Samuel Adams creates first Committee of Correspondence
    First Continental Congress convenes in Philadelphia
    Boycott of British goods begins
  • 13.
    • British march to Lexington to take over a store of patriot ammunition
    • 14. Fight breaks out between British and Minutemen stationed in Lexington
    • 15. British marched to Concord, but are met by a larger army of men
    • 16. British forced to retreat
    Battle of Lexington and Concord
  • 17. Major Events: 1776
    Thomas Paine writes Common Sense
  • 18. DBQ Question
    Analyze the justifications of the American revolution/rebellion against England. Was it truly a revolution, or was it more evolutionary? Take account of the colonial view point and the view point of people living in England.
  • 19. DBQ Question
    Analyze the justifications of the American revolution/rebellion against England. Was it truly a revolution, or was it more evolutionary? Take account of the colonial view point and the view point of people living in England.
    • While the majority of conflicts directly leading to American Independence materialized in the thirteen years just before 1776, the American revolution was an evolutionary drift away from Britain and can be justified through the economic and political benefits of separation.
    • 20. Remember:
    • 21. Salutary Neglect
    • 22. Mercantilism
    • 23. Ways to divide the essay:
    • 24. Northern colonies, Southern colonies, people in England
    • 25. Political benefits for the colonies, political benefits for the colonies, social difference between the colonists and those in England
  • Document A
  • 26. Document B
  • 27. Document C
    Source: Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania Gazette, May 9, 1754.
  • 28. Document D
  • 29. Document E
  • 30. Document F
  • 31. Document G
  • 32. Document H
  • 33. Document I
  • 34. Document J
  • 35. Document K
  • 36. Document L