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Road to Revolution

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Sugar Act Year: 1764 What Happened: Tax on Sugar and Molasses was made Colonial Reaction: ANGRY British Response: Eventually everyone repealed he tax
Stamp Act Year: 1765 What Happened: A seal or stamp had to be made on every paper item Colonial Reaction: The Sons of Liberty started and many colonists boycotted British goods. Stamp Act Congress British Response: repealed the act
Townshend Acts Year: 1767 What Happened: A tax on paper, lead, imported glass, paint, paper and tea Colonial Reactions: Colonists hated this new law and boycotted British goods British Response: MA legislature- disbanded and troops were sent to Boston
Boston Massacre Year: March 5, 1770 What Happened: Brit soldier- guard customs- fight- colonist-Soon the crowd gathered and started firing snowballs at the soldier. More soldiers came and then the colonists were coldly shot down. Colonial Reaction: Used propoganda to
Tea Act Year: 1773 What Happened: a tax on tea Colonial Reaction: Against Tea Act-Boycotts Boston Tea Party Brit Response: Intolerable Acts
Boston Tea Party Year: December 16, 1773 What Happened: Colonists dressed as Indians and dumped 342 chests of tea that were loaded on three ships into the Boston Harbor Colonial Reaction: Happy and Excited British Response: Punish MA- Intolerable Acts
Intolerable Acts Year: 1774 What Happened: Boston Harbor closed MA- charter-canceled Royal officers- accused- crimes- sent to British trial Quartering Act- forced colonists to supply soldiers Gage- New Gvr Colonial Reaction: ANGRY-against rights- boycott goods, publ
First Continental Congress Year: September 1774 What Happened: 56 delegates- meet Phili- decide- Boston crisis- decide- cont. byctt + prpre militias-fight-10 resolutions-Declaration of Rights-freedoms of colonists-meet-May 1775- king- not agree British Response: KG3-accept (NO)
Lexington and Concord Year: April 9, 1775 What Happened: Less-70-minutemen vs. large British force. shot rang out- shot fired- team-unknown- war began Colonial Reaction: people shock + Brit-anger
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