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Events Leading 2 Rev

events leading to the American Revolution, events, dates, etc

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What year was the Sugar Act? 1764
What year was the Stamp Act? 1765
What year was the Quartering Act? 1765
What year was the Townshend Acts? 1767
What year was the Tea Act? 1773
When was the Boston Massacre? March 5, 1770
When was the Boston Tea Party? December 16, 1773
revenue income government collects to cover expenses
Sons of Liberty a group of colonists who formed a secret society to oppose British policies at the time of the American Revolution
writ of Assistance a search warrant that allowed British officials to enter colonial businesses or homes in search of smuggled goods
committee of correspondence a group of people in the colonies who exchanged letters colonial affairs
What were the five acts in the Intolerable Acts? Boston Harbor was closed until the colonists paid for the tea destroyed, Massachusetts was put under military rule (basically a military shutdown), all committees of correspondence banned, mega quartering act,& accused British officials stand trial in Eng