End of a Revolution Study Guide

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formation and evolution of states rights doctrine 20) Religious movements 21) Role of women – Reform efforts for and by women (political, social, economic) 22) Set backs and advancements of civil rights for African Americans and other minorities First African slaves arrive in North America Salem Witchcraft Trials 23) Social reform movements 24) Utopian societies Major events that shaped United States history 1763, 1776, 1789, 1800, 1803, 1814, 1848, 1861, 1865, 1877, 1914, 1919, 1929, 1941, 1945, 1954, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1973, 1975, 1989, 2001 Topics, themes and concepts specific to Jamestown/Yorktown Guide: 1607-1781 25) Britain expands naval power Defeat of Spanish Armada 26) Early exploration of western hemisphere / Development of and populating the original 13 colonies Columbus discovers America Jamestown is founded Pennsylvania is chartered Carolina is chartered Maryland is chartered Virginia becomes a Royal Colony New Netherlands becomes New Jersey and New York Mayflower Compact is drafted and signed Massachusetts Bay Colony is founded Plymouth Colony is founded Roger Williams forms the Providence Settlement (Rhode Island) Georgia is chartered 27) Labor shortage and the colonial solution First African slaves arrive in North America 28) Colonial superstitions and advancements in education Harvard University is founded Princeton University is founded Salem Witchcraft Trials Yale University is founded Massachusetts Act is passed – lays foundation for compulsory education 29) Britain’s contributions to our democracy The Magna Carta is signed 30) French Indian war a) Causes or events that led up to war b) Events or turning points during war Treaty of Paris – ends French Indian War c) Impact or results the war had on the English colonies & Great Britain Parliament passes Sugar Act 31) Mercantilism and impact on colonies Tea Act First Navigation Act is passed Molasses Act is created 32) Thirteen colonies move toward colonial unity Boston’s Committees of Correspondence is created Fundamental Orders of Connecticut are created New England Confederation is formed Declaration of Independence 33) American Revolution a) Causes or events that led up to war Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” is published Boston Massacre Boston Tea Party Creation of Intolerable Acts Tea Act Parliament passes Sugar Act Stamp Act is passed Molasses Act is created First Navigation Act is passed Virginia Resolves are introduced Proclamation of 1763 is signed by the King Declaratory Act of 1766 Townshend Act is passed Massachusetts Act is passed – lays foundation for compulsory education b) Events or turning points during war Battle of Saratoga Battle of Trenton Battle of Bunker Hill Battle of Yorktown Battle of Lexington Washington moves troops to Valley Forge The Olive Branch Petition is adopted Treaty of Alliance with France is signed Second Continental Congress convenes c) Impact or results the war had on the United States Fundamental Orders of Connecticut are created George Mason’s Bill of Rights is drafted Declaration of Independence
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formation and evolution of states rights doctrine 20) Religious movements 21) Role of women – Reform efforts for and by women (political, social, economic) 22) Set backs and advancements of civil rights for African Americans and other minorities First African slaves arrive in North America Salem Witchcraft Trials 23) Social reform movements 24) Utopian societies Major events that shaped United States history 1763, 1776, 1789, 1800, 1803, 1814, 1848, 1861, 1865, 1877, 1914, 1919, 1929, 1941, 1945, 1954, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1973, 1975, 1989, 2001 Topics, themes and concepts specific to Jamestown/Yorktown Guide: 1607-1781 25) Britain expands naval power Defeat of Spanish Armada 26) Early exploration of western hemisphere / Development of and populating the original 13 colonies Columbus discovers America Jamestown is founded Pennsylvania is chartered Carolina is chartered Maryland is chartered Virginia becomes a Royal Colony New Netherlands becomes New Jersey and New York Mayflower Compact is drafted and signed Massachusetts Bay Colony is founded Plymouth Colony is founded Roger Williams forms the Providence Settlement (Rhode Island) Georgia is chartered 27) Labor shortage and the colonial solution First African slaves arrive in North America 28) Colonial superstitions and advancements in education Harvard University is founded Princeton University is founded Salem Witchcraft Trials Yale University is founded Massachusetts Act is passed – lays foundation for compulsory education 29) Britain’s contributions to our democracy The Magna Carta is signed 30) French Indian war a) Causes or events that led up to war b) Events or turning points during war Treaty of Paris – ends French Indian War c) Impact or results the war had on the English colonies & Great Britain Parliament passes Sugar Act 31) Mercantilism and impact on colonies Tea Act First Navigation Act is passed Molasses Act is created 32) Thirteen colonies move toward colonial unity Boston’s Committees of Correspondence is created Fundamental Orders of Connecticut are created New England Confederation is formed Declaration of Independence 33) American Revolution a) Causes or events that led up to war Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” is published Boston Massacre Boston Tea Party Creation of Intolerable Acts Tea Act Parliament passes Sugar Act Stamp Act is passed Molasses Act is created First Navigation Act is passed Virginia Resolves are introduced Proclamation of 1763 is signed by the King Declaratory Act of 1766 Townshend Act is passed Massachusetts Act is passed – lays foundation for compulsory education b) Events or turning points during war Battle of Saratoga Battle of Trenton Battle of Bunker Hill Battle of Yorktown Battle of Lexington Washington moves troops to Valley Forge The Olive Branch Petition is adopted Treaty of Alliance with France is signed Second Continental Congress convenes c) Impact or results the war had on the United States Fundamental Orders of Connecticut are created George Mason’s Bill of Rights is drafted Declaration of Independence
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