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Unit 1 - Impact of the French and Indian War - Is the Relationship Broken?

Unit 1 - Impact of the French and Indian War - Is the Relationship Broken?

Author: Joseph OBrien
Description:

Explain why Parliament (England) did not understand the colonists’ argument “no taxation without representation.”

This presentation outlines the dramatic changes in the relationship between England and her American colonies after the French and Indian War. 

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Tutorial

Impact of the French and Indian War

This video runs down the impact of the F and I war on British finances, mercantilism, and most importantly the relationship between England and the Colonies.

Source: Joe O'Brien

Chapter 4 Section 1 Reading Notes

Note sheet for Early Revolutionary period

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Source: Joe O'Brien