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when was the Boston Massacre 1770
what did the stamp act put taxes on most paper products made and bought every day
what did the townshend act put taxes on glass, lead, paints, paper and tea imported into the colonies
what was the Boston Massacre british soldiers fired into a rioting crowd and killed five men: three on the spot, two of wounds later.
what was the tea act it was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain.it put taxes on all tea inported.
what was the tea act it was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain.
what was the Boston tea party the sons of liberty dressed as indians and destroyed all the tea.
what are five punishments from the coercive acts/intolerable acts Many colonists saw the Coercive Acts (Intolerable Acts) as a violation of their constitutional rights, their natural rights, and their colonial charters. For example, described the acts as "a most wicked System for destroying the liberty of America.
what are three decisions from the first continental congress with such leadership as was found there, a core set of tasks was carried out. It was agreeable to all that the King and Parliament must be made to understand the grievances of the colonies and that the body must do everything possible to communicate
what was the reason to march to concord in the battles of Lexington and concord the British were going to get gunpowder and other supplies
what happened before the british left concord they were ambushed by the militia
what decisions were made during the second continental congress
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