History Road to Rev. Comic

History Road to Rev. Comic
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  • Stamp Act Congress - 1765
  • Should we send a letter to the King about abolishing the Stamp Act?
  • Yes!
  • Yes!
  • No!
  • Yes!
  • Yes!
  • The Boston Massacre - 1770
  • OH NO! WE SHOT THEM!
  • GO BACK TO ENGLAND!!
  • Boston Harbor
  • The Boston Tea Party - 1773
  • TEA
  • TEA
  • Hah! These fools will be so mad once they realize that we dumped all this tea overboard.
  • TEA
  • TEA
  • TEA
  • TEA
  • TEA
  • TEA
  • The Stamp Act Congress was significant because it was on the first chances that the colonists thought about joining together and start a revolution against the British.
  • First Continental Congress - 1774
  • What are your votes for sending a letter to the King so he will repeal the Intolerable Acts?
  • Yes!
  • No!
  • Yes!
  • The Boston Massacre was significant because it was very one-sided and propaganda, but it worked and it convinced many colonists to join the thoughts of rebellion.
  • Lexington & Concord - 1775
  • WE LOST TOO MANY!! RETREAT!! 
  • NOW! WHILE THEY'RE WEAK!! FOR LEXINGTON AND CONCORD!
  • The Boston Tea Party was significant because it was a very risky and public show of confidence and bravery which led to the punishing of all the colonies, or the shutting down of their most active port, Boston Harbor.
  • Second Continental Congress - 1775
  • Yes!
  • Should we send an Olive Branch Petition to the King so we can have peace?
  • Yes!
  • Yes!
  • No!
  •  The First Continental Congress was significant because it was the first time the representatives of all the colonies showed up which meant that there was more unity and dreams of freedom than before at the Stamp Act Congress.
  • No!
  • Yes!
  • The Battles of Lexington & Concord were significant because they were shows of strength and victory and it meant that the colonists could beat the British and become free.
  • The Second Continental Congress was significant because there was a split between Loyalists and Patriots that helped mobilize forces but also sent a "last chance" letter to England before began.
  • Yes!
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