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Toward Independence: Years of Decision 1763-1776



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Edward Teach

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Salutary Neglect
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The Great Wars for Empire

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Young Washington 1755

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Battle of Quebec 1759, James Wolfe and Jefferey Amherst

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Colonists Living the Good Life

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Britain and America: Heading toward Divorce


Prime Minister George Grenville 1764

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Revenue Acts
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Stamp Act Hostility
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Samuel Adams

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The Townshend Act (1767)


“Champagne Charley”


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The Boston Massacre (1770)

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The Boston Tea Party (1773)


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King George III
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“The die is now cast,”

“The colonies must either submit or triumph.”







Congressing over Cocktails

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Patrick Henry 1775

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"but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!”







American Politics and Pushing Towards War

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Mr. Revere, Your Horse Is Ready



Dr. Samuel Prescott

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The Townshend Acts
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  • Boston Reaction

  • Boston Massacre

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Samuel Adams


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Committees of Correspondence


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THE BOSTON "TEA PARTY"


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New British crisis

The Coercive / Intolerable Acts

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First Continental Congress

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"The die is now cast, the Colonies must either submit or triumph" 1774


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Chapter 5 Short essay question:

Briefly describe the goals of British imperial reformers tax policies? Were these taxes equally beneficial to both the colonists and Parliament? Yes or No? Explain in detail.