British Policies and the Colonies You may either complete this electronically or on paper



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Lesson 1I

British Policies and the Colonies

You may either complete this electronically or on paper.

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Part A: Identify (provide the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How) of each of the following terms AND explain the significance of the term. (You will be randomly assigned one of the sources and then you will identify that term and its significance and then you will share it with the class so it is vital that you are correct and thorough).

  1. Mercantilism

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  2. Navigation Act 1660

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  3. Second Navigation Act 1663

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  4. Third Navigation Act 1672

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  5. Navigation Act 1696

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  6. Molasses Act 1733

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  7. Hat Act 1732

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  8. Iron Act 1750

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance -

  9. Triangle Trade

    1. A. Identify –

    2. Significance –

Part B: Explain a potential point of conflict that could occur between the British and the American colonies based on each of the developments. (You will be randomly assigned one of the developments and then you will explain the potential conflict with the class so it is vital that you are correct and thorough).

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Part C: Record the following economic activities of colonial Americans on the outline map.

19. Title the map “Eighteenth Century Colonial Trade Routes.”

20. Label and identify with dotted lines the legal trade of iron, lumber, naval stores, potash, and whale oil from New England and the Middle Colonies to Britain.

21. Label and identify with dotted lines the legal trade of furs, indigo, naval stores, rice, and tobacco from the southern colonies to Britain.

22. Use solid black lines to indicate the legal trade of manufactured goods from Britain to each of the sections of the colonies.

23. Label and identify with red lines the following illegal trade routes between the colonies and other areas of the world.

a. Cattle, fish, grain, and lumber to the French and Spanish West Indies in return for molasses, sugar, coin, and slaves.

b. The “triangular trade” sending rum to Africa for slaves to be sent to the West Indies for molasses, sugar, and coin for England.



24. Be sure to make a key for your map.


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