What leads to the american revolution

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  • French an indian war: The French and Indian war was a battle fought between the French and the British. The Native Americans were forced to pick sides. Between the French and the British. This can also be known as the seven year war. The British who were victories during the war doubled Britain debt. This is when Britain started taxing the colonies 
  • Proclimation line of 1763 The proclamation line of 1763 was Britans first act that enraged the colonist. The colonist who were now paying taxes for the british tried to move west into the Indians territotory. This proclamation made by Britain stoped this as the British did not want to anger the Indians. 
  • Tea Act: This act was passed on may 10 1773. The British now imposed a tax on tea for the colonists. The colonist did not like this as they were against paying these taxes.  This leads to the colonist revolutionary event of the Boston tea party.
  • Boston Tea Party: The Boston tea party was caused by the tea act. The colonist dressed as Indians in order to scare the British. This would scare the British because the British want to avoid another war with the Indians. The colonist then dumped tea into the Boston harbor.
  • Sugar act: The sugar act like the tea act forced colonist to pay taxes on molasa and other foreign goods. Unlike the tea act the sugar act lowered the tax rate on Molassa however this interrupted the colonial economy. The colonies could not sell things and had no money based on the currency they were allowed.
  •               Lexington and conord: The Lexington concord was a very famous battle. The British were planning on raiding a colonist arms room. However the famous ride of paul revere warned the colonist. This helped them fight back and win the battle. 
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