Academic Standard

Analyze the social, political and economic causes of the American Revolution and the major battles, leaders and events, including:
Initiative: 
Tennessee State Standards
Set: 
Social Studies (2014-2019)
Type: 
Standard
Code: 
8.22
Grade range: 
8

<ul><li>Mercantilism</li><li>Pontiac's Rebellion</li><li>The Proclamation of 1763</li><li>The Sugar Act, 1764</li><li>The Quartering Act, 1765</li><li>The Stamp Act, 1765</li><li>The Declaratory Act, 1766</li><li>The Townshend Act, 1767</li><li>The Boston Massacre, 1770</li><li>The Boston Tea Party, 1773</li><li>The Intolerable Acts, 1774</li><li>Patrick Henry</li><li>Benjamin Franklin</li><li>John AdamsSam Adams</li><li>John Hancock</li><li>Thomas Jefferson</li><li>Sons of Liberty</li></ul>

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Multiple content areas
Grade 8
 
Multiple content areas
Grade 8