4 edition of Discontent and authority in England, 1820-1840 found in the catalog.
Discontent and authority in England, 1820-1840
|Series||Rewards, pardons and Secret Service, 1820-1840|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 microfilm reels|
|Number of Pages||17|
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England Britain's victory in the Seven Year War () led to a considerable increase in its territory and the euphoria was short-lived: the loss of the American Revolutionary War () was both expensive and embarrassing, and over the next few years, both domestic and foreign affairs in Britain were in a state of population was exploding -- from million.
The decade of the s in American history brought technological advances in transportation such as the Erie Canal and the Santa Fe Trail, early computing and hurricane studies, and a distinct souring of the way people in the United States saw their government.
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The s decade ran from January 1,to Decem It saw the rise of the First Industrial Revolution. Discontent and authority in England, rail transport, and the textile industry were among those that largely developed and grew prominent over the decade, as technology advanced significantly.
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The harsh British response to this act in. After the battles of Lexington and Concord, New England fully mobilized for war. Thousands of militias from towns throughout New England marched to Boston, and soon the city was besieged by a sea of rebel forces (Figure ).
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Relations between the British and many American Patriots worsened over the decade, culminating in an unruly mob destroying a fortune in tea by dumping it into Boston Harbor in December as a protest against British tax laws.
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