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Causes of the AR

QuestionAnswer
requires colonists to pay a stamp on paper products Stamp Act
refusing to buy certain items Boycotting
tax on glass, lead, paper, paint, and tea Townshend Acts
allowed tax collectors to search for smuggled goods Writs of Assistance
gave a monopoly on the tea in the colonies to the East India Company Tea act
Sons of Liberty, dressed as Indians, dumped 342 chests of tea into the harbor Boston tea party
skirmish between British soldiers and colonists that resulted in the death of 5 colonists. Two British soldiers were found guilty of man slaughter. Boston massacre
A series of punishments the colonist were put through Coercive Acts
who warned the colonists of the redcoats Paul Revere and William Dawes
why were the british marching on concord It was the base of all their supplies
Who won the battle of lexington British
What happened when the British retreated the minutemen were on their tails the whole time
Who won the battle at concord Colonists
boycott, prepare milita to fight, and wrote letter to king desicions of the first continenetal Congress
Created by: 19yoderh