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History test 6

first Continental Congress Americas government during the Revolutionary War.
Boston Tea Party colonists protested British policies by boarding their cargoes of Tea overboard.
Sugar Act Placed a tax on sugar,molasses,and other products shipped to the colonies.
Declaration of Independence document that declaired American independence from Britain.
Proclamation of 1763 law that forbade colonist from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Quartering Act law requiring colonist to house british soldiers and provide them with supplies.
Stamp Act Congress meeting of delegates from 9 colonies met in NY to protest the stamp act
Boston Massacre incident in 1770 in which British troops fired on and killed American Colonists
Townshend Acts acts passed by parliament in 1767 to tax imports in the colonies( glass ,paper,paint,lead,tea
Common Sense pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that convinced many Americans that it was time to fight for independence.
Declaratory Act stated that parliament had supreme authority to govern the colonies.
Tea Act 1773 act that gave a monopoly on tea sales to the east India Company
second continental Congress A convention od delegates from twelve colonies that met on sep.5,1774 at carpenters hall
Stamp Act law requiring all legal and commercial documents to carry an official stamp showing a tax was paid.
1763 Proclamation of 1763 forbade colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.
October 19,1765 stamp act congress
November 1,1765 stamp act became official
March 1766 Declatory Act
1767 Townshend Acts
March 5,1770 Boston Massacre
May 5,1773 Tea Act
December 1773 Boston Tea Party
September 1774 First continental Congress
May 10,1775 second continental Congress
January 1776 common sense was published
July 2-4,1776 Declaration of Independence
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