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American Revolution

What is the stamp Act? The Stamp Act was passed by the British parliment in 1765. Tax was then charged on any paper like products. The Colonists were very against this, and they said that it was very unconstitutional.
What did the Townshend acts put a tax on? The townshend Acts put a tax on lead, glass, paint, paper, and tea.
What was the Boston Massacre? The Boston MAssacre was the killing of 5 colonists by British regulars on March 5, 1770. From then on, there was continuous antagonism between Boston, and those that were trying to enforce the Kings rule.
Define the Tea Act. The Tea Act was in 1773, and it made the tea cheaper to buy. This was the result of the Colonists throwing tea into the bay. The colonists reacted to the Tea Act by not letting the ships unload, and not buying any tea, but Governor Hutchinson would not le
Define the Boston Tea Party. On the night of December 16, 1773, Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty boarded three ships in the Boston Harbor and threw 342 chests of tea into the Harbor.
What were 3 decisions made in the Intolerable Acts/ Coercive Acts? One decision was that they chose to close down the government and took away the charter. A second decision was they required all the Colonists to house and feed British soldiers. A third decision was they decided to take Govenor hutchenson from office.
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