Leading Up To The Revolutionary War

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American History
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Leading Up To The Revolutionary War

Leading Up To The Revolutionary War

During the Boston Masacre and angry mob surrounded some soldiers

During the Stamp Act, Britain taxed the colonies on paper and other items by requiring a stamp to be put on the items.

1765

Colonist were taxed when buying Britains tea and Britain wouldn't let them get it from anywhere else. This infuriated the colonists.

Sam Adams organized a group of hundreds of men dressed as Natives to dump tea into the ocean in protest to the Tea Act. They didn't harm anything but the tea and didn't steal it.

Britain wanted to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party but they didn't know who was to blame so they punished everyone in Boston by closing the ports and starving the people. This would lead to a Revolution.

1770

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1773

1773

1773


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