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1 Renewed Warfare Among Europeans and Indians. English surrounded by hostile neighbors Indians, everywhere outside settled boundaries Spanish Florida region French along Great Inland System of Rivers St. Lawrence to Mississippi Rivers Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 1 Iroquois Neutrality Queen Anne s War ( ) King George s War ( ) Neutral did not join forces with either side Helped Iroquois establish control of interior region during this period. Indian tribes sided with British or French/Spanish based on how they thought they could secure best for their tribes. Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 2 Albany Congress 1754, delegates from Northern and Middle colonies gather to do following: Persuade Iroquois to give up neutrality Coordinate defense of the colonies Iroquois didn t change their policy at this time Saw no reason to Status Quo Albany Congress sent a small Virginia Force to Ft. Duquesne Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 3 1

2 A Young George Washington, 22 years of age, surrendered his troops, Ft. Necessity, Pennsylvania Washington blundered by signing agreement that accepted blame Indians saw this defeat as British weakness More defeats followed 1756 Britain declares war on France Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 4 Seven Years War ( ) William Pitt placed in charge of war effort for British 1757 Shifts war front to New World/Colonies Iroquois end neutrality and come in on side of British 1759 Quebec falls to British 1760 Montreal falls to British 1763, Treaty of Paris Britain dominant power in Europe and Globe. Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 5 French give up claims to land to Spain West of Mississippi Spanish give up Florida to British New Proclamation: No new settlement West of Appalachian Mountains Part of agreement with Indians to stop settler encroachment. Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 6 2

3 1763, a Turning Point George III was crowned King in 1760 Seven Years War with France generated great debt. Looked to Colonies to make them pay Fair Share Colonies felt cheated Their soldiers weren t treated fairly by British They d paid the price of war in blood/indian raids by tribes loyal to the French. Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 7 To combat new fiscal crises George Grenville is given charge Grenville felt British had right to tax colonist Colonists were represented in Parliament, virtually Acts passed in 1764 Sugar Act to stop smuggling of Molasses Currency Act outlaws colonial issues of paper money must use British currency Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 8 The Stamp Act, 1765 Colonists must use stamped or printed paper with official stamp This tax placed burden on merchants, mostly Colonists opposed these with protest, but it fell on deaf ears in Parliament King George III and Parliament remind colonists of their duty to Empire. Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 9 3

4 Colonial Protest in Boston Loyal Nine Bostonian social club Burned in effigy Andrew Oliver Stoned collectors/tarred and feathered Sons of Liberty Sam Adams (Cousin of John Adams) Great a Rabble-Rousing A resistance movement against British Policy Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 10 Other famous protestors Patrick Henry Virginia House of Burgesses John Dickinson Letters from a farmer in Pennsylvania Their message and others was to spread throughout the colonies the message of unfairness of British taxing policies on the Colonies. Not all Colonists were anti British 25% were strongly pro-british 25% were strongly Anti-British Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 11 March, 1766, Parliament repeals the Stamp Act But reminds colonies that Parliament may tax whomever and whenever it pleases. Grenville replaced with Charles Townshend The Townshend Acts New taxes on nearly all imported items from England Meant to generate revenues for salaries of English customs workers in the colonies. Lecture Notes, Chapter

5 Colonists respond Boycotts women made clothing and all interior items they could without purchasing English made Bought illegal or foreign made goods to thwart British monopoly Lived with home-made items not as good as English, but American made. Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 13 Repeal of the Townshend Acts, 1770 April, 1770 colonists rejoiced, but March, 1770 Boston Massacre English soldiers fire on Boston citizens, unarmed First to fall in cause of freedom Cripus Attucks» Free-black man living and working in Boston Five killed, in all by British soldiers Soldiers defended by John Adams and Josiah Quincy, all but two were exhonerated» Adams: British were baited by rabble and saucy boys Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 14 Tea Act and Boston Tea Party 1773, only remaining Townshend Act was Tea Act. British East India Tea Company given monopoly in colonies New York, Charleston, Philadelphia refused arrival of new tea ships. Boston first three arrived» Colonists dressed as Indians board ships and dump entire load of tea overboard into Harbor. Lecture Notes, Chapter

6 British respond with Coercive Acts Port of Boston closed one year Hurt shipping and other shipping related commerce Several, but Quartering Act stung them Colonists must pay for housing and care of English soldiers at their own expense. See Amendment III of the U.S. Constitution Lecture Notes, Chapter 5 16 Summary After Seven Years War, tension between colonies and England heat up to point of exploding. Mercantilism, Salutary Neglect, post 1763 taxation policies will drive a faction of the colonists to directly break with England. British response: We must master them now or they will master us War is inevitable. Lecture Notes, Chapter

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