social studies American reveluotion

social studies American reveluotion

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proclmation act of 1763 forbid colonists from moving west of the Appalation mountains . Colonists largely ignored the act
sugar act of 1764 lowered tax on sugar and molasses also clamped down on smuggling .colonists Boycott of british goods
stamp act of 1764 placed tax on all printed materials.Boycotts , forming Sons of liberity to orgainize protests ,and attending the stamp act congressto declare only colonial governments could tax their citezens
Decelatory act of 1766 Parlement could tax the colonies whenever it wanted . Colonists largely ignored
Townshend acts 1767 tax on basic goods like glass,tea, and lead. Colonists responded by boycotts formed the Daughters of liberaty to lead boycotts and unrestleads to Boston massacere
tea act of 1773 Removed tax on British tea to help British merchants . Boycotts formed and the Bosotn tea party happened.
Coercive (intolerable acts) 1774 Punished Boston for the Boston tea party ,forced colonists to house soldiers , limited local government. COlonists responded with Boycotts, continental congress, rasing malitias the Revolutionary war
Boston massacure what happened after the townshend act also famous for the first shot taken for america
Boston tea party the event that took place after the tea act Where the Sons of liberity dumped tea into the boston harbor.
Samuel adams the lawyer for the british soldiers after the boston massacure
sons of liberty A group made for protesting acts after the stamp act
Patrick henery Famous for the speech of "Give me liberity or give me death!"
Continential congress The first Government in the Usa. they chosse to boycottand raise malitias for the colonies
Commites of correspondonce rallied colonial opposition against British policy and established s political union among the 13 colonies .
Battle of lexington and concord The first millitary engagment in the Revolutionary war

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