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Causes of Amer. Rev.

(Mooresville) Causes of American Revolution

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War between England and France for territory in the Americas. French and Indian War
Won the French and Indian War, gaining all land east of the Mississippi River England
British law that prohibited the colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains. Proclamation of 1763
Act that placed a tax on all paper products in the Americas. Colonists boycotted it and it was repealed by the British. Stamp Act
Colonial group that led revolts and boycotts in the Americas Sons of Liberty
Conflict that took place in Boston between the colonists and the British troops. Resulted in less than 10 deaths, but exaggerated by leaders of the revolution. Boston Massacre
Tax on tea that gave a British company a monopoly on the tea industry in the Americas. Tea Act
Event where American revolutionaries dumped hundreds of chests of tea into the Boston Harbor. Boston Tea Party
British act that closed the Boston Harbor and increased England's power as a punishment for the Boston Tea Party. Coercive Acts
What the colonists called the Coercive Acts Intolerable Acts
Locations where the colonists attacked British troops trying to confiscate their weapons before the war actually began. Lexington and Concord
Battle before the war began that proved the Americans could stand up to the British. The Americans retreated only after their ammunition supplies ran too low. Bunker Hill
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