Students will color and doodle as they learn about the American Revolution (Revolutionary War or War for Independence). These graphic doodles notes summarize the events that led to the revolution, Tories v. Patriots, 2nd Continental Congress, advantages and disadvantages of the British and Americans, important British and American leaders, important battles, and the Treaty of Paris 1783. Great for use with your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade classroom or homeschool students! $
Become a geography whiz as you learn how the United States was settled. Discover how the continent was irrevocably changed by European colonization, the events that caused the wholesale displacement and decimation of the land's original inhabitants, and how the 50 states came to be formed.
100 milestone documents of American history- To help us think, talk and teach about the rights and responsibilities of citizens in our democracy, we invite you to explore 100 milestone documents of American history. These documents reflect our diversity and our unity, our past and our future, and mostly our commitment as a nation to continue to strive to "form a more perfect union."
This word search is a great way to review the important figures and terms of the French and Indian War. The solution to the puzzle is included. Terms Included: ♦ Chief Pontiac ♦ Edward Braddock ♦ Fort Carillon ♦ Fort Duquesne ♦ Fort Necessity ♦ George Washington ♦ James Wolfe ♦ Treaty of Paris ♦ William Pitt Important:
Students will color and doodle as they take notes to learn about Manifest Destiny and the expansion of the United States between 1783 - 1853. These graphic doodle notes summarize the expansion of the United States from the Treaty of Paris of 1783 through the Gadsden Purchase in 1853.
The Treaty of Paris 1783 officially ended the Revolutionary War. There were six parts: 1) America was independent; 2) Its boundaries were the Mississippi River on the west, Canada on the north, and Spanish Florida on the south; 3) The U.S. was allowed to fish off the Canadian coast; 4) Britain and the U.S. would pay off any debts they owed each other; 5) Britain would return any enslaved persons; 6) Congress recommended that the states return any property they had taken from the Loyalists.
The 1783 Treaty of Paris and the End of the American Revolution