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Department
Humanities
Course
HUMA 1970
Professor
Jeffrey Canton
Semester
Fall

Description
10/17/2013 1754­1763 French and Indian War (Seven Years’ War)  • British launch military in colonies to defeat French in Canada and Indians on frontier • Colonies asked to contribute men and money to war effort, smuggling with French occurs 1759 Defeat of French in Quebec (June 26­Sept.18) 1763 Treaty of Paris ends war • Proclamation Line drawn along Appalachian mountains, forbids colonists to settle on west side of the  line • Separates whites and Indians  1764 Parliament Passes Sugar Act • Taxes lowered on sugar/molasses  • Currency Act also passed, forbids issuance of paper money • Quartering Act also passed, colonies required to provide provisions • Colonial merchants protest (smuggler) • New York refuses to pay Quartering Act assessment 1775 Beginning of 13 British Colonies’ War of Independence (ends in 1781) ing of THE  GAME  Geography • Global Atlantic­ world war and trade  • Continental­ France, Britain, Spain, First Nations • British Colonies after 1759: 3 Northern and 13 Southern  ­ Quebec, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia ­ New England, Middle, Chesapeake, Southern ­ Page 32 in Baldwin (Map) Global Atlantic Context Rogozinski  The Triangle Trade – main trading nations of Western Europe going straight to the Caribbean rather than  going to the North American mainland Follow Gulf stream The Atlantic Slave Trade 1601­1870 – trade of sugar, from Europe to Africa • “Introduction tSecond Treatise  and excerpts from  The Second Treatise of Government ” (in  Patriots, Loyalists, and Revolution in New York City, 1775­1776 : 84­125). • First published 1689 Locke’s Political Influence The American Revolution & French Revolution the result of Enlightenment, Humanist ideals found in Two  Treatises •  1775 – Beginning American Revolutionary War  •  1776 – Jefferson, Declaration of Independence  •  1783 – End of American Revolution  •  1789 – Beginning French Revolution  Locke Themes •  Equality & Inequality  •  Universal ideals  •  Humanist: science and philosophy  •  Laws of nature: understand universe, 
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