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History
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History 2201E
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Michelle Hamilton

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October 31, 2012 Revolution:Atlantic Colonies • 1775:American colony moving towards British colony • Contesting boundaries • QuebecAct gives Quebec the Ohio Valley Interferes with the fur trade • • Considered one of the intolerable acts • Americans decide to attack Quebec City • 2 000Americans go up Champlain • Common route to get to Montreal is up the Hudson Bay and onto Lake Champlain • Very little resistance • American ruin the Roman Catholic Churches • Americans are too radical for the French Canadians • Find that theAmerican solution of independence is too radical • Have trouble breaching the city walls British troops come down the St. Lawrence and ends attacks • Fort Cumberland • Why doesn’t Nova Scotia join the revolution? • Royalist and otherAmericans that came from Britain • Some who had come from New England receivedAcadian lands when theAcadians were expelled • Were thankful of this and paid tribute back to the British • Trade ties between with the two - want to stay neutral for economic reasons • Jonathan Eddy & JohnAllan • From New England • Came after the conquest for free land • Man with power • No military support • Mass. governor will give equipment if Eddy has enough people to take Fort Cumberland • Eddy threatens people with violence to get people to fight with him • Troops from Halifax emerges, which outnumbers Eddy andAllan • End of hostile forces HenryAlline and the “New Lights” • • Brought new settlers to New England • Family moved to Nova Scotia after precaution • Living through the war as tey are eing aggcned • Loyalists • 20% of population in 15 colonies • Some go for down south! • “Nova Scarcity” • Sail up the Nova Scotia • Merchants on o Farm land is ntc • • NB, 1784 • Thomas Caletton • Find not eopgh rood s m, , • New governor • Some loyalists areAfrica- Maerican Dunmore’s Proclamation October 31, 2012 • 1775: beginning of the war • Governor of Virginia (slave state) • Slaves will become free if they su
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