boston tea party

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  •               The Boston Tea Party
  • The Boston Massacre
  • French and Indian War
  • The boston tea party was when the sons of liberty led by Samuel Adams planned to show Parliament how they felt about the tea act. So they dumped the entire load of tea into the water. This bill closed the harbor to all commercial traffic until Bostanian paid for the tea they dumped
  • The Stamp Act
  • The boston massacre  was an event that most people considered the first part of the American Revolution. "The mob continued to provoke the soldiers." So "Montgomery rose and fired into the crowd . "After the smoke cleared "the bodies of several patriots lay dead". That is what the boston massacre was.
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  • rolledThe French Indian War led to the American Revolution because the wars expenses led to colonial discontent and that led to the American Revolution."The turning poit in the war occurred on September 13, 1759 ". Also "for two years,French controlled the region." So "no compromise could be made."
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  • The Stamp Act led to an uproar of the American Revolution because "the stamp act required Americans to purchase tax stamps." "So street mobs calling themselvesthe sons of liberty  destroyed royal offices  in Massachusetts." "Also the French Indian war proved extremely expensive." That is what the Stamp Act was. 
  • The tension between the british and Americans grew even more intense when Parliament passed the 1767 Townshend Act. First, "the Massachusetts General Court once again led opposition byb promoting the nonimportation of British goods." Then, "royal officials in America became enraged." Last, Francis Bernard, sent messages to Parliament to send troops to Boston from Halifax.
  • The book that Thomas paine wrote called common sense convinced Americans that they had to break free from the british. First "Paine moved around England and took several different jobs." Then Paine moved to America. Last "Paine began to advocate the French Revolution.
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