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1766

1765

1765

1767

1770

The Quartering Act of 1765 defined the locations and conditions in which British soldiers were to find room in the colonies. It required the colonists to house British soldiers in barracks. There was a total of about 10,000 British soldiers in the colonies. The colonists were also to feed and tend to them as they needed anything. This act was eventually overruled by the colonists.

Quartering Act

Stamp Act

The Stamp Act of 1765 was the first civil tax directed on American colonists by the British government. This act imposed for all colonists to buy special stamps for all legal documents. The colonists believed that this act was unconstitutional and they immediately resorted to violence so the tax collectors would resign. Parliament did eventually revoke this act in 1766.

Declaratory Act

The Declaratory Act of 1766 was passed at the same time that the Stamp Act was repealed. This act was passed by the British government basically to assert their authority and power over the colonies. This meaning that they still had the power to tax. This act was almost an exact copy as the 1719 Irish Declaratory Act.

Townshend Acts

Tea Act

Writs Of Assistance

Boston Massacre

The Townshend Acts of 1767 was named after the Exchequer Charles Townshend. It stated that Britain could no longer tax activities or products inside the colonies. They would only tax products that were being brought into the colonies. Some of these products would include glass, lead, paints, paper, and tea. The purpose of this act was to clear the imperial expenses in the colonies.

The Boston Massacre was a street fight that broke out on March 5th, 1770. The fight contained an angry crowd of workers and sailors and a group of British soldiers. The Patriotic mob threw rocks and snowball at the soldiers as they were protesting. The British soldiers then fired into the crowd killing five and wounding six.

The Tea Act was passed by Parliament on May 10th, 1773. The purpose of the Tea Act was to help the East India Company as they were struggling financially and had eighteen million pounds of unsold tea. The Tea Act hurt the company because the tea was directly shipped to the colonies instead of being shipped to Britain. Colonists protested against this act eventually leading into The Boston Tea Party.

1773

1) "agreed not to import any English goods until the Stamp Act was repealed" pg. 822) "That was quite a mouthful. break us down, stamp in our faces take all we've got by taxes" pg. 78

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1)"The stubborn colonists, who were insisting they would not be taxed unless they could vote for the men who taxed them, would hardly realize that the tax had been paid by the Esat India Company in London before the tea was shipped over here." pg.1232) "And the East India tea, even after the tax was paid, would be better and cheaper than any of the Americans ever had." pg.123

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1) "Boston was swept with a passion it had not known since the Boston Massacre three years before." pg. 1412) "From where he sat on the steps of the Town House, he could look the brief length of King Street which quickly and imperceptibly turned into Long Wharf running for half a mile into the sea." pg. 60

1) "I'm quartered on Mr. Shaw, North Square." pg. 1582) "They honestly think we're better off to take anything from the British Parliament." pg. 82

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