A system promoting religious freedom in conjunction with economic colonialism
The buying and selling of goods which are heavily excised or taxed by one party
A sexually transmitted disease contracted by colonists who settled in Jamestown in the 1600s.
The mother country benefitting from her colonies due to heavily regulated trade laws
Distance; poor communication; England was distracted by wars and internal matters
The presence of radical, anti-British individuals such as Samuel Adams
They thought they had been sent there as part of a “Survivor” series.
George III was incapable of controlling the colonies because he was insane
A declaration of anti-British opinion written by Thomas Paine in the 1770s
A mahogany dining suite bought to New England by the Pilgrim settlers
An agreement between the Pilgrims, pledging to govern by 'making just and fair laws'
Important because it deterred the British governors from upsetting local assemblies
Disliked what they saw, so turned around and went back to England.
Pledged self-government, democracy and to resist British rule
Looked for gold, but found financial success in the form of a common plant - tobacco
Gave thanks for their successful voyage by eating turkey
The daughter of a local Indian chief who befriended the colonists
A drug dealer who introduced the colonists to alcohol
A famous Austrian opera singer who performed in Jamestown
The name of Christopher Columbus’s ship
They were more interested in colonising the moon
They were more interested in developing Australia as a penal settlement.
They believed the colonists were genuine supporters of and loyal to England
They believed it to be an insect infected, swamp of no value.
Was the fourth Anglo-French conflict in the space of a century, and ended in 1763
Was won mainly because of the heroic bravery of the colonial militia
Was crucial because George Washington proved to be a brilliant military leader
Marked the first use of 'scalping' by Indian warriors
Considered themselves to be British first, and members of their colony second
Were primarily radicals who wanted nothing more than the overthrow of the King
Thought they should have been on “Australian Idol”
Couldn't read or write, instead relying on political cartoons from Paul Revere
Marked the beginning of better relationships between teh native indains and the colonists.
Established several French 'micro-colonies' in the area of the Ohio Valley
Outlawed marijuana in Massachusetts, restoring some sanity to Boston
Prevented colonial settlers from moving west into previously French-held territory
The local assemblies were presided over by weak, easily-led royal governors
Customs officials tended to turn a 'blind eye' to smuggling, in return for bribes
Representatives of the 13 colonies met regularly to discuss issues of concern
When the Stamp Tax was introduced in 1765, stamps were only ever sold in Georgia
Coercive Acts – Dangerous Acts – Riot Act – Reckless Acts
Sugar Act – Stamp Act – Townshend Acts – Tea Act – Coercive Acts
Intolerable Acts – Coercive Acts – Navigation Acts – Acts of Treason
Twelfth Night – Hamlet – Romeo & Juliet
Class-based and hierarchical, with the upper-classes holding most of the power
Full of Adelaide Crow supporters
Where the” retro” art movement began
Lawless and disorganised, with a high crime rate and disrespect for authority
23 & ¼
It was a war between the French & the Native Indians
The Indians mostly sided with the French in battle against the colonists and the British.
It was the first time that Armies had fully qualified French Chefs to provide food for the armies.
The Indians were sent to France for training in the skills of warfare.
The American Tea Society
The Sons Of Liberty
The Foo Fighters
The Declaratory Act
The Delicious Act
The Delaware Act
The Declaration of Independence
“Wipe off 5 and stay alive”.
“No representation without democracy”
“No taxation without representation.”
“Up yours Britain”