Chapter Five: Leading to the Revolution
The colonies acquire individual identities. Immigrants arrive from places other than England. Memories of the Mother Country fade as the generations roll by. The colonists fight for King and Country in the Seven Years War, then want some payback for their sacrifice. King George ignores them and puts the hammer down when they insist on their civil rights as Englishmen. The colonists start thinking about rebellion. This file is 1 hr. 53 min. in length and 103 MB in size. You may download it twice. Give it plenty of time to do so.