You and your men can not cross this line because this land is ours!
Thats not fair we just won a war for this land!
The Sugar Act of 1763
Nooooo not sugar!
If you want sugar you will have to pay a tax!
The Boston Massacre of 1770
The Proclamation line was important because the natives were telling the British that they could to not settle on the land that they not fought a very long war for. The British end up taking the land anyways.
The Tea Act/ Boston Tea Party of 1773
The Sugar Act was an act where the British put a tax on sugar. So if the colonists wanted sugar they would have to pay more. This caused the Colonists to smuggle.
The Intolerable Act of 1774
No more town meetings and also we are closing the Boston Harbor!
The Boston massacre was important because it shows that the British didn't really care about the well being of the colonists. The colonists were protesting against the British and hitting them with clubs. Somebody yelled "fire" so the British shot them. This caused the colonists to be scared.
The First Continental Congress of 1774
The Boston tea party was important because it was one of the first revolts on the British by the colonists. This caused the British to bring back all the old acts and they closed of the Boston harbor of trading and the jobs there.
Throw all the boxes over!
The intolerable acts where when the British got rid of a somethings of the Colonists because of the Boston Tea Party. This made the colonists very mad and that led to revolution.
The First Continental Congress was a meeting between 12 of the 13 colonies to discuss the British's actions and what the colonies should do about it. Georgia was the one colony that did not show up.