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American History 1 Notes (Week 5)

by: Mikeila Ramos

American History 1 Notes (Week 5) History 2010- 34

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This set of notes covers the Boston Tea Party, Intolerable Acts, and the Enlightenment ideas. I hope this helps. Enjoy :)
American History I
Dr. Kelly Jones
Class Notes
The Enlightenment, Intolerable, slavery, boston tea party, history
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mikeila Ramos on Thursday October 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to History 2010- 34 at Austin Peay State University taught by Dr. Kelly Jones in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see American History I in History at Austin Peay State University.

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Date Created: 10/06/16
September 20 , 2016 Boston Tea Party, 1773 *Colonists must buy English tea only at a taxed price as a result of a monopoly - Colonists were upset because it contradicted their desire for self-governance and East India they didn’t have any representation in Parliament Tea -millions of dollars of tea were destroyed (destruction of public property) Company The Intolerable Acts - were passed which shut down Boston harbor and said that until the tea was payed for, the ports would remain closed - heavily impacted Boston’s economy Enlightenment Ideas - Better community *Were the people of African descent part of the community*son - Changes ideas of religion/ spirituality of human kind? **intellectual movement HUMANS HAVE NATURAL RIGHTS that put an emphasis on - Citizenship is being rethought. rational thought - Recreating a concept of slavery (Slaves are born into what theyift - Emphasis was placed on property are.) protection - Made people think -Washington said that if the white property owners give up their about their place in regards to the rights, there will be no difference larger view of betweensociety and theirers place in it (slaves/ those of African descent) - Strip concepts bare and analyze them


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