saved by Washington's bold and skillful action and the Revolutionary troops were more confident of their abilities to win their war for independence.
Together, these factorsled to Britishdefeat in the AmericanRevolution. Playing loud drums and wearing bright red in the forest is not exactly...
government. The final results of both these revolutions were mainly due to what influenced their decisions, strategies, and the most important factor, their leadership.
The Age of Enlightenment maybe the underlying reason for both the American and French revolutions taking place. (History.com) This was a...
stalemate. The reasons Britain lost the AmericanRevolution begin with an understanding of what the British had to accomplish militarily in order to win. King George III and Parliament bulled their way into a military confrontation with the colonies, when a political solution would've been far less...
expansionism of many Americans was the opposite of what the British policymakers wanted. The British felt that if the colonists continued to expand past the Appalachian Mountains they were more likely to turn against the British government.
After the defeat of the French, the colonists no longer felt the...
Colonists turned to smuggling. Inportant colonists were deeply involved in smuggling. There were also efforts to limit western migration to avoid problems with native Americans The British established what became known as the Proclimation Line.
One factor affecting attitudes toward...
, African American who led attack
o Incident: British soldiers fired into a crowd of colonists killing 5 people
o Deliberate attack on innocent civilians
o John Adams – attorney
• Committees of Correspondence
o Created my Massachusetts House of Representatives
o Introduced by Samuel Adams
In the years before the revolution, the British Empire grew to be the largest and most powerful force in the world, but it could not hold off the strong willed Americans who won their independence. There are many reasons why Britain lost the war with America during the revolution. One reason is the...
John Locke- an English philosopher in the 17-18th century. The significance was that John Locke was the advocate for the idea of popular sovereignty during the Enlightenment era which led to the American, French, Haitian, and Latin revolutions.
Sepoys- Indian troops under British command in the...
freedom if they fought for them and won, or to stick with the colonists who owned them, even if there was no guarantee that victory would bring freedom.
3: Whatfactors allowed the British to almost win the war in 1776?
In Brooklyn, the Americans fought in a formal battle against the British. This was...
European involvement have on the Revolution? What impact did the revolution have on Europe?
Without the help of the French, it would have been extremely difficult for the American colonies to defeat the British. The French sent military help and supplies to support the revolution's cause in...
North American colonies?
New France Fans Out
Know: Beaver, Coureurs de Bois, Voyageurs, Robert de La Salle
72.Whatfactorsled to the French settlement of New France?
The Clash of Empires
Know: Treaty of Utrecht, War of Jenkins's Ear, James Oglethorpe, Louisbourg
73.Describe the early wars...
o question home rule
o "who should rule at home"
· war à important effects on American society
A. Loyalists and Minorities
· losers also American Loyalists
· motivation varied
o some office holders in imperial gov't
o others merchants in trade w/ British
and then they finally got their independence. Britain and America lost many soldiers because of the war.
British Empire was weakened.
4. Whatfactors were responsible for the eventual defeat of the British by American Revolutionary forces and their allies? [i.e. how was the war fought, why did...
American government. The British government was also focused on its colonies on the North American continent. The British were still reeling from the defeat in the AmericanRevolution and the loss of its colonies in America. Britain needed to reestablish itself as one of the major poles after the...
. Benjamin soon finds himself torn between protecting his sons and family, going after the British for revenge, and fighting for the free nation that the colonies were trying to create.
As the plot progresses several battles referenced in the movie can be linked to important events in history that led...
enlightenment such as Hume and Locke. ‘Life, Liberty and property’ seem to be what most Americans including Spanish-American were looking for.
Adding to the revolutionary movements of America and France were events such as the British attack on Montevideo (Uruguay) and Buenos Aires in Rio de la Plata...
4. Whatfactorsled to the civil war?
There was sectionalism and slavery was a problem between the Industrial North and Agricultural South. Some states threaten to secede. South Carolina seceded because Abraham Lincoln wanted to abolish slavery. President Lincoln and the federal government didn’t...
Samuel Adams was one of the founding fathers and a leader of the AmericanRevolution. His 1768 circular letter calling for colonial rebellion caused the occupation of Boston by British soldiers, which eventually resulted in the Boston Massacre of 1770. He helped to direct Congress...
– British colony
ii. Liberia – American Colonization Society
3. Eventually British ships blockaded West African shoreline
i. Hunted down slave ships
ii. Bombarded coastal fortresses
iii. France and US join haphazardly
V. Effects of the slave trade on Africa
1. Some believe it led...
patriots, approximately fifteen thousand black loyalists served with the British, who had promised freedom to those who would serve them. (See section "The African AmericanRevolution" in your textbook.)
13. What was the Somerset case?
c. It was a lawsuit filed on behalf of a runaway African...