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History 2365: American History to 1877 Week 5

by: Tyler Varzeas

History 2365: American History to 1877 Week 5 History 2365

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History of the United States to 1877
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History 2365: American History to 1877 September 19, 2016 The Clash of Political Cultures  Political structures in the colonies o British constitution is not a written document, but a living body in politics o Americans believe a written charter is necessary for constitution o Royal Governor seen as monarch position o Governor’s counsels – chosen by monarch to advise o Colonial Assemblies – parallel to house of commons in England. Imperial Wars  The French threat in North America o French, on paper, are far outnumbered and outgunned by New England o But French had hidden advantages  French have greater allies among Natives o Each side is very suspicious of the other  King George’s War (1743­1748) o Series of schermishes between French and British in North America o French establish for Dequesne on Algany River  Leads to conflict between French and inhabitants of Virginia o George Washington established Fort Necessity  French overrun fort o The Albany Plan  Meeting about both French and Native relationships  Ben Franklin says in order to drive out French, Colonies need to form a  collective  Idea shot down by parliament  French retain control of Ohio river valley  Britain declares war on the French  The Seven Years War (1756­1763) o British recapture Fort Louisburg  Cuts off supply line for French o Unable to support the fort system along the river ways o Peace of Paris (1763)  British obtain Canada, Florida, but Spain obtains Louisiana  Americans see a glimpse of North American Territory that has never been  seen before beyond the Appalachian  American soldiers receive military training under British army History 2365: American History to 1877 September 21, 2016 Conflict in the Empire  Breakdown of political Trust o George III becomes involved in Parliament by assigning friends inside o Parliamentary Sovereignty: British say Parliament decisions supersede all other  decisions  Does same sovereignty apply to the colonies? o Proclamation of 1763: American Colonists cannot settle in territory obtained from Seven Years War o British claim Parliament has sovereignty over colonies because of virtual  representation o Americans say without actual representation, there is no representation o Americans start to mix John Locke’s views of virtue and enlightenment ideas to  justify resistance Eroding the Bond of Empire  Pontiac’s Rebellion: A man tells natives that in order to regain lands, they must go back  to traditional beliefs  o A man by the name of Pontiac stirs up rebellions everywhere o Colonists are now even more upset about proclamation of 1763  The National Debt o The Sugar Act (1764): Specifically created to raise revenue for British Empire  o Americans begin protesting immediately  The Stamp Act (1765) o Tax on everything printed or published o Boycotting becomes a political strategy o Colonists start to realize the difference between being an American and being a  British citizen  Townshend Revenue Acts o Levies taxes on goods, especially tea (Quartering Act enforced as well) o People continue to boycott British goods Fueling the Crisis  The Boston Massacre (1770) o Troops are sent to Boston, a peaceful city, and are causing many problems o Animosity builds for two years o American boys throw a snowball at British soldiers, they shoot and kill five  people  o Samuel Adams becomes spokesperson for Boston Massacre  Committees of Correspondence: People write to each other about tyrannous acts  committed by the British across the Colonies   The Boston Tea Party (1773) o Tea Act: Lowers price of tea by cutting out middle man o Colonists had been smuggling tea from the Dutch  Seen as a play for tricking American colonists into thinking parliament  taxation is okay


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