Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/44

Click to flip

44 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back
ch17

Britian received 30 yr.asiento and right to send one ship a year to Portobello
1713: Treaty of Utrecht

ch17#1
ch17

sys whereby gov. heavily regulated trade and commerce to increase national wealth
mercantalism

ch17#2
ch17

colonists of diff countries wished to trade with each other; traders always hoped to break monopoly of another
"golden age of smugglers"

ch17#3
ch17

British legal monopoly--chartered co.
East India Co.

ch17#4
ch17

French trade monopoly
Camaigne des Indes

ch17#5
ch17

only port authorized for use in American trade
Cadiz

ch17#9
ch17

fleet of commercail vessels
flota

ch17#11
ch17

officers who suppervised provincial gov. for monarchy
intendant

ch17#12
ch17

original European footholds in India--trading posts
factories

ch17#6
ch17

local officer who presided over municipal councils
corregidores

ch17#7
ch17

regulated all trade with New World
Casa de Contraction

ch17#8
ch17

Merchant Guild
Consulado

ch17#10
ch17

slave trade b/t Europe, west coast of Afrinca, and Carribean
Triangle Trade

ch17#13
ch17

slaves were prepared for laborious disipline of slavery and made to understand that they were no longer free
seasoning

ch17#14
ch17

contract
asineto

ch17#15
ch17

Spaniards cut off ear of English captain-used as example of evil Spanish
Robert Jenkins

ch17#16
ch17

opened Seven Years War by invading Saxony, Austria, and France to destroy Prussia
Frederick II

ch17#17
ch17

Prussian seize Silesia; Theresa preserves Habsburg Empire;
War of Austrian Succession

ch17#18
ch17

Prussia and Britian; defensive lliance aimed at preventing entry of troops into Germanies
1756: Convention of Westminster

ch17#19
ch17

French-Indian War; Pitt the Elder Brit leader; French lost; Result: seeds of American Revol.
Seven Years War

ch17#20
ch17

ended contonental conflict wih no changes to borders-sileria still prussian
1763: Treaty of Hubertusburg

ch17#21
ch17

victories for Britian; wanted eastern america for britian;
William Pitt the Elder

ch17#22
ch17

ran French from India
Robert Clive/ Battle of Plassey

ch17#23
ch17

Britain- Canada, Ohio Rv, Miss. Rv, Returned places in India and sugar islands to france
1763: Treaty of Paris

ch17#24
ch17

produce more revenue from imports into the colonies by collection of lower tax
1764: Sugar Act

ch17#25
ch17

passed Sugar act;
George Granville

ch17#26
ch17

taxed paper, cards, docs., etc.
1765: Stamp Act

ch17#27
ch17

group that stood against britian
Sons of Liberty

ch17#28
ch17

parliament had right to tax colonies
1766: Declaratory Act

ch17#29
ch17

led parliamen to pass revenue acts relating to colonial imports
Charles Townsend

ch17#30
ch17

british troops killed 5 citizens
Bosoton Massacre

ch17#31
ch17

closed Boston harors, required payent of destroyed tea (response to boston tea part)
1774: Intolerable Acts

ch17#32
ch17

extended boundaries to include Ohio Rv valley--americans saw it as attept to prevent extension of their mode of self-govt westward
1774: Quebec Act

ch17#33
ch17

sought conciliation with Britian, but began to conduct govt of colonies;
1775: Second Continental Congress

ch17#34
ch17

galvanized public support in favor of separation from britian
Thomas Paine/ "Common Sense"

ch17#35
ch17

concluded conflict-13 colonies had established independence
1783: Treaty of Paris

ch17#36
ch17

critized govt patronage and parliamentary management of Walpole by Trenchard
Cato Letters

ch17#37
ch17

political radical and member of Parliament publised The North Briton
john Wilkes

ch17#38
ch17

critized Bute;s handling of peace negotiaions with france
issue number 45 of the North Briton

ch17#39
ch17

slogan of all political radicals and opponents to monarchy
"Wilkes and Liberty"

ch17#40
ch17

landowner who organized yorkshire Movement
Christopher Wyvil

ch17#41
ch17

met to demand changes in corrupt sys of parleamentary elections
Yorkshire Association Movement

ch17#42
ch17

son of war minister; king wanted him to manage House of Commons; sought to formulate trade policies
William the Pitt the Younger

ch17#44
ch17

abolished some patronage at the disposal of the monarch
1782: "economica;" reform

ch17#43