This PowerPoint contains 36 slides, and 33 questions covering the aftermath of the French and Indian War up through the Presidency of George Washington. This PowerPoint is geared towards the presentation software PearDeck, however, after downloading the PowerPoint you can edit it to meet your classroom needs. Each of the questions cover primary source documents.
This is intended to be used as an introduction to the material or a review.
The primary sources are as follows;
*British National Debt, from 1691-1785
*The Pennsylvania Journal Anti Stamp Act
*Colonists recollection of his participation in the Boston Tea Party
*Paul Revere's engraving of the Boston Massacre
*Paul Revere's "Account of Midnight Ride to Lexington" 1775
*"A Declaration by the Representatives of the United Colonies of North America Setting Forth the Causes and Necessity of Their Taking Up Arms" Second Continental Congress, July 6, 1775
*Col. Prescott letter to John Adams concerning the events at Bunker Hill
*Declaration of Independence - July 4th, 1776
*Henry Knox, letter to his wife regarding the Battle of Trenton
*George Washington to General Horatio Gates - October 30, 1777 concerning the Colonial victory at Saratoga
*Lt Thomas Anderson's Journal description of the Battle of Cowpens
*Johann Conrad Dohla's Journal description of the Siege of Yorktown