Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston

Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston
Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston
Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston
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This is a bundle of five highly animated, power point presentations on the American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston. There are a total of 118 slides in the five power point presentations, all of which are editable so you can modify the slides if you need to.

Boston was at the forefront of the Colonial rebellion prior to the American Revolutionary War. Many of the acts of violence and resistance occurred in and around Boston. Boston was also the home base to a secret society of dissidents called the Sons of Liberty (first known as The Loyal Nine). Their aim was to protect the rights of the colonists and to fight the abuses of taxation by the British government. They were not opposed to acts of violence to get their point across.

Though they were speaking out against the actions of the British government, they still claimed to be loyal to the Crown. The Sons of Liberty professed continued loyalty to the King because they maintained a “fundamental confidence” in the expectation that Parliament would do the right thing and repeal the new taxes.

Power point presentation #1, Colonial Boston contains 48 slides and covers the following:

French and Indian War
The Proclamation Act of 1763
The Sugar Act
Purpose of The Sugar Act
Effects of The Sugar Act (2)
The Sugar Act Boycotts
Violation of Colonial Rights
The Currency Act The Stamp Act (2)
Provisions of The Stamp Act (2)
Colonial Response (4)
Stamp Act Congress (4)
The Declaratory Act
Townshend Revenue Acts (2)
The Boston Massacre (3)
The Tea Act
The Boston Tea Party (3)
The Rides of Revere, Dawes and Prescott (4)
The Battles of Lexington and Concord (4)
Battle of Bunker Hill (4)
End of Presentation

Power point presentation #2, The Sons of Liberty contains 20 slides and covers the following:

Loyalty to the Crown
The Adams’
The First Acts (2)
The Movement Spreads
Agreements & Boycotts
“True Sons” of Liberty
Printers & Publishers
Effect of the Protests
Chaos & Fear
The Stamp Act Congress
After the Revolution
Notable Members (3)
End of Presentation

The Boston Massacre, was an incident on March 5, 1770, in which British Army soldiers killed 5 male civilians and injured 6 others. The incident was heavily propagandized by leading Patriots, such as Paul Revere and Samuel Adams, to fuel animosity toward the British authorities. Amid ongoing tense relations between the population and the soldiers, a mob formed around a British sentry, who was subjected to verbal abuse and harassment. He was eventually supported by 8 additional soldiers, who were subjected to verbal threats and thrown objects. They fired into the crowd, without orders, instantly killing 3 people and wounding others. 2 more people died later of wounds sustained in the incident.

Power point presentation #3, The Boston Massacre contains 22 slides and covers the following:

Overview (2)
The Stamp Act
Protest Groups
Townshend Acts
London Responds
Christopher Seider
Gun Shots
Murder Charges
Trial and Acquittal
Adam’s Defense
Path to War
End of Presentation

The Tea Act of 1773 adjusted import duties in such a way that the East India Company could undersell even smugglers in the colonies. The act was designed to prop up the East India Company which was floundering financially and burdened with 18 million pounds of unsold tea. The colonist responded by dumping three ship loads of tea in Boston Harbor.

Power point presentation #4, The Boston Tea Party contains 12 slides and covers the following:

The Tea Act
Tea Shipped to America
Tea Arrives Boston Harbor
Boston Refuses Shipment
Boston Tea Party
Coercive Acts 1-3
Coercive Acts 4-5
Intolerable Acts
Colonists Response
End of Presentation

In the spring of 1775, most of the MA Patriot leaders had taken refuge in outlying communities, fearing arrest by British officials. Remaining in Boston were two physicians, Benjamin Church and Joseph Warren, local colonial leaders. Paul Revere, a trusted messenger, also stayed in the city, tended his business interests and as unobtrusively as possible, kept an eye on the soldiers stationed in the city.

Revere agreed to arrange for the placement of signal lanterns in the belfry of Old North Church where they could have been easily seen across the Charles River. If one lantern were displayed, the British would be advancing by land over the Boston Neck, then north and west to Concord. If two lanterns were hung, the redcoats would have chosen to cross the Charles by boat to Cambridge, then west to their target.

Power point presentation #5, The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere contains 16 slides and covers the following:

Revere Warns Concord
Warning Plan Put in Place
The Old North church
“One if By Land, Two if By Sea”
Adams & Hancock Warned
Averting Disaster
Almost Captured
The Route the Riders Took
The People are Warned
The Battles of Lexington & Concord
“The Shots Heard Round the World”

This is one of several bundled power point presentations that I offer in my store on... The American Revolutionary War.
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Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston
Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston
Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston
Bundle of 5 - American Revolutionary War - Colonial Boston