BIG QUESTION: How did a war fought jointly by the colonists and British help pave the road the American Revolution? Use PERSIA to help in analyzing this question. The war against the French helped bring the colonies closer together. The Albany Congress brought up the idea of uniting the colonies to help them succeed in the future. By uniting, the colonies had a better chance of being able to take on the British in a war. There were a few mistakes made by the British that also lead to the Revolution. After the Treaty of Paris, the British taxed the colonies for the cost of the war. The colonies did not like this idea, being it as a punishment for kicking the French out. Another mistake was not letting the colonies move out past …show more content…
The actions that led to the revolution happened after the war. For example, the Proclamation Line of 1763 upset the colonists because they could not move to newly acquired land. Taxes from the war also made the colonists angry at England; they felt it was a punishment. The effects of the war helped cause the revolution, not the actual fighting between the French and The British.
King William’s War-A war against the French and Americans. Both sides built up their troops by recruiting Indian tribes.
Queen Anne’s War-Another name for King William’s War.
War of Jenkin’s Ear-With the treaty of 1713, Britain won trading rights in Spanish America. Smuggling occurred which led to a war between the British and Spanish. It was fought in the Caribbean Sea and Georgia; James Oglethrope fought against the Spanish and held them off.
King George’s War-The Spanish and French fighting against the English over Louisbourg. After fighting, the treaty of 1748 gave Louisbourg back to the French, upsetting the colonists.
Albany Congress-A conference held in New York to help guide the fate of the colonies. The goal was to unite the colonies under one nation and develop home rule. The problem was England thought this gave too much freedom to the colonies while the colonists thought it did not give enough