French and Indian War
Great Awakening/Enlightenment
Road to Revolution
American Ideals
Founding Docs


What years did the French and Indian War take place between


The powerful intellectual movement of the 17th and 18th Centuries, which grew out of the development of modern science, and influenced numerous fields including philosophy, politics, and economics,

What is Enlightenment? 


The Boston Tea Party was a Response to this

What is the Townsend duty on tea/Tea Act? 


Consent of the governed corresponds to this main Principle in American society. 

What is self-rule? 


Written by John Locke, calls for Natural Rights and Social Contract

What is the 2nd Treatise of Government 


The debt accrued from this war was the catalyst for the British to abandoned the policy of salutary neglect.   

What is the French and Indian War?

Waves of spiritual and religious revival led by gifted and charismatic evangelical preachers. 

What is the Great Awakening? 


Wrote the Olive Branch Petition to the King

Who is John Dickinson? 


Unalienable rights that Tommy J. listed in the DOI 

What is Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness? 


Issued in 1215 and put into writing the principle that the king and his gov are not above the law

What is the Magna Carta


The treaty that ended the French and Indian War

What is the Treaty of Paris? 


Believed God did not intervene in everyday life.

What is Deism? 


First Battles of the American Revolution 

What is Lexington and Concord? 


Britain would abandoned this policy due to war debts in the mid 1760s. 

What is Salutary Neglect? 


Published in 1776, strong attack against the King, and argued for the independence of the colonies. 

What is Common Sense?


British general who was shot by guerrilla forces of French and Indian soldiers

Who was Edward Braddock?


This individual was an English scientist who developed calculus and contributed to the theory of motion. 

What is Issac Newton?


Sent British Soldiers to Concord to seize a militia supply depot

Who is Thomas Gage?


The source of government power according to Tommy J.

What is men/the people or consent of the people/governed?


Authored by Tommy J, formally announced the separation of the American Colonies from Great Britain, and listed the grievances of the colonists against the king. 

What was the Declaration of Independence? 


PM of Great Britain that poured money into the F & I War

Who was William Pitt?


American theologian that was part of the Great Awakening and wished to restore the depth and faith of New England’s original religious commitment.

What is Jonathan Edwards?

  1. A result of the Boston Tea Party; was designed to take control of the legal and economic system, turn Boston into an occupied city, and single it out for visible humiliation, making it an ominous example to others

  2. Required that something must be purchased and affixed to legal documents and printed matters of all kinds

  3. Stated that Parliament’s power over the colonies was unlimited in principle and it could enact whatever law it wished

  4. Required the colonial legislatures to supply British troops with barracks and food wherever they were

1. What is the Coercive/Intolerable Acts?

2. What is the Stamp Act?

3. What is the Declaratory Act? 

4. What is the Quartering Act?


Power to levy war, conclude peace, contract Alliances, establish Commerce, and to do all Acts and Things which Independent States may of right do.

What are the powers Tommy J. says the colonies should have as free and independent states? 


One of Ben Franklin's most famous publications. Included weather predictions, household tips, etc. 

What was the Poor Richard's Almanack? 

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