US history

Trace the growing divide between the British government and the American colonies between the end of the French and Indian War to the Intolerable Acts of 1774. Begin with the legacy and aftermath of the French and Indian War by exploring both British triumph and the emergence of new problems. Then discuss the key events that slowly fractured the relationship between the British government and American colonists. A significant theme of this essay should explore how Britain and the colonies relationship shifted from “salutary neglect” to one of perceived hostility and coercion. The Proclamation Line of 1763, list of new taxes and key Bostonian events are good topics to describe and analyze this shift. Conclude your essay by summarizing the state of British and American colonial relations by 1774.

Essay Question #2
Compare and contrast the origins and events that established the founding of the Jamestown and Plymouth (Pilgrims) colonies in 1607 and 1620 respectively. First discuss the motivating and contrasting economic, religious and political motivations for starting these colonies. Then interweave their stores by comparing and contrasting geographic features, significant leaders, struggles to build a settlement, contact and interaction with Native Americans, colonial saviors and the route to colonial permanence




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