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  • French and Indian war-1753
  • Help he is dying
  • proclamation line of 1763
  • Boston Massacre-1770
  • I'm so sorry for your loss
  • In 1753 the French in Canada began building forts on the land that belonged to both France and Britain the British thought it was an attack. This event led to the revolutionary war because king George lll and parliament decided that the colonists would have to pay to keep British soldiers in the North America
  • Boston Tea party-1770
  • The proclamation line was a line drawn along the Appalachian Mountains which forbade all settlement. This event led to the Revolutionary war because it made colonists angry and the enforcement was so weak
  • Coercive (Intolerable) Acts-1774
  • The Boston Massacre was the culmination of tensions in the american colonies that had been growing since Royal troops first appeared in Massachusetts. This led to the revolutionary war because there was heavy tax enforced on colonists.
  • Battle of Lexinton and Concord-1775
  • The Boston Tea party was an event when a group of people called the Sons Of Liberty dressed up as Mohawk Indians and dumped 342 chests of tea into the Boston Harbor. This led up to the revolutionary war because colonist boycotted items which made the King mad.
  • Tea
  • The coercive Act Was a punishment for Massachusetts for dumping the Tea into the Harbor. This event led up to the revolutionary war because they all were angry that if they didn't join they would die.
  • The battle of Lexington and Concord was a battle that led up to the Revolutionary war because there was a lot of tension between the British and Massachusetts. This event led up to the revolutionary war because they started to battle.
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