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HIS202 week 2

by: Jennifer Hodapp

HIS202 week 2 HIS 202

Jennifer Hodapp
SUNY Oswego

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Notes covered roughly the 2nd-3rd week
Hist US to 1865
Frank Byrne (P)
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jennifer Hodapp on Thursday October 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIS 202 at State University of New York at Oswego taught by Frank Byrne (P) in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views.


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Date Created: 10/13/16
The 18  Century: Politics Internal Government of the18th century colonies­  Types  Internal organizations  Governor­ Power­ Appointed members of chamber  Courts­ Weak­ No interpretation of law  Legislation­ Lower house, general court External Government of colonies­  British theory  British agencies of control o Privy council o Board of trade o Parliament­ Controls power The colonies in a world of empires­  18  century Imperialism  Extent  Mercantilism­ Keep trade within colonial system British Application of Mercantilism­  Restrictions on commerce  Navigation Acts  Molasses Act (1733)  Control of Manufacturing  Practical working systems The British Struggle with France­  Relative strength of powers  The early wars o King William’s War 1689­97 o Queen Anne’s War 1702­13 o King George’s War 1740­48  Role of western land causing a final war  French and Indian War 1754­63 o Peace of Paris (1763)­ New France, remove French threat from North America.  Live under English control o Ohio Company­ invest in land to sell Political Controversies in British North America Through the Stamp Act­  Conflict over western land  The problem  Proclamation of 1763  Continued Friction


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