Chase Roosa the leadings to the revolution
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sugar act of 1764
Stamp act of 1765
tax on paper products 3$
Boston massacre of 1770
this was whenever the colonist bought sugar or mallasas they had to pay extra so they got angered. They did not want to pay extra from what they already had to pay.
Quartering act of 1773
The stamp act was taxing anything paper related and paper. so when the tax collector came there was a chance of getting tar and feathered. this made the colonist furios because they had no say in this tax.
Tea act of 1773
The Boston massacre had people rioting. until shots were fired no one new who started but 4 colonist were dead. Paul revere called this the Boston massacre.
Boston tea party of 1773
The quartering act was when colonist were forced to house British soldiers and put the British soldier first before anyone else. This caused hardship because they did not like the soldier and they were forced to house them and put them first.
The tea act was when tea got a tax the colonist were angry from all the taxes they had on them they had to pay so they got angry and threw the Boston tea party.
The Boston tea party was when colonist got so angry with the tea taxes the sons of liberty dressed up as Indians and threw about 300 boxes of tea overboard. There pourpose was to send a message to king George 111 that they did not like the taxes they had gotten so king George 111 got rid of all taxes but the tea tax and instead of the other taxes they got the intollerable acts.
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