Flashcards in APUSH 3.1 Deck (16):
British attempts to assert tighter control over its North American colonies and the colonial resolve to pursue self goverment led to what?
A colonial independence movement
The Revolutionary War
The competition amoung the British and French, and American Indians that culminated in the 7 Years war for what?
Economic and Political advantages in North America
Who defeated France and allied American Indians?
What were the causes of British and French conficts?
Expansion of the British colonists into the interior of North America (Ohio Valley)
Iroquois allied with British
What were the impacts of British and French conflicts?
The French were removed from North America (lost a trading partner)
British colonists expanded on to the native lands
What was the effect of Pontiac's Rebellion?
Proclamation Line of 1763
What was the impacts of the French Indian War?
Britain gained large amounts of land
France was essentually removed
Britain became in debt from war
Sought to raise revenue nd gain more control over colonies
What was the impacts of the French Indian War for the English colonies?
Salutary Neglect Ends
Britain begins to collect taxes (Sugar Act 1764, Stamp Act 1765)
Tensions from war helped lead to the American Revolution
Post 7 Years War, what did Britain seek to limit?
What forbade expansion west of the Appalachian Mountains for English colonies?
Natives resisted what of colonists?
encroachment (Pontiac's Rebellion)
The desire of many colonists to assert ideals of self govrnment in the face of renewed British imperial efforts led to what?
colonial independence movement
war with Britain
What united colonists against the British?
British taxes without colonial representation or consent
Who created taxes without colonial representation, stating they were virtually respresented?
In what way was colonists okay with colonial taxes?
If they could vote for representation