S.S storybord - Kaylin Fuhrman

S.S storybord - Kaylin Fuhrman
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  • Proclamation Line of 1763
  • We can't go past the mountains!
  • Appalachian Mountains--->
  • We will settle there anyway!
  • Why me?!?!
  • The Stamp Act of 1765
  • Next, we will tar and feather!
  • Hang Him! The taxes are wrong!
  • This is terrible!
  • Boston Massacre 1770
  • I have been shot!
  • After Pontiac's Rebellion, the Proclamation of 1763 was made to avoid conflict. But this gave up the land they had just fought for and wanted to settle there anyway. 
  • Boston Tea Party 1773
  • The British put a tax on paper products and other goods and that made the colonists mad. This caused people to be hung in effigy and tarred and feathered and sometimes forced to drink tea.
  • Intolerable Acts 1774 
  • No more town meetings!
  • Quartering Act!
  • The Boston Massacre occurred because of an angry mob in the streets. Miscommunication caused shots to be fired and the first casualties of the revolution. 
  • The First Continental Congress 1774
  • We need our basic rights!
  • When all but one tax had been repealed, the tea act, the colonists rebelled and dressed up as Indians and threw boxes upon boxes of tea into the harbor. This was effective and cost the British a lot of money.
  • WE WILL MAKE THE BRITISH PAY!
  • THROW IT ALL OVER MEN!
  • In reaction to the Boston Tea party, the Intolerable Acts were put in place. They shut down the harbor, and forbid town meetings and put in place the Quartering Act as well.
  • Shut down the harbor!
  • The First continental congress was when a lot of delegates had a meeting, and decided to boycott British goods, and they declared to the king that they needed basic rights and he refused.
  • Let's boycott British goods!
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