The proclamation of 1763 is when the Colonists couldn't settle west of the Appalachian Mountains because that was considered British Territory.
The Tea act/Boston Tea Party-December 1773
Take that England!
The stamp act was a new law that taxed all paper products. It was called the stamp act because when you bought paper, you had to have a special stamp put on it to show that you payed tax for it.
Intolerable Acts-March 1774
The Boston Massacre started when a bunch of angry colonist started shouting at the English soldiers. They yelled things like "Fire!" No one is really sure how it started but the first shot was fired but an English soldier who shot an African American man named Crispus Attucks who died. From then on there was more firing, shouting and screaming.
The First Continental Congress-September 1774
The tea act or Boston tea party is when a bunch of angry colonist dressed up as Indians, and dumped crates and crates of tea into the Boston Harbor. They did this because they were mad the the English for putting a tax on tea. They decided to rebel and dump crates of tea, that they stole, into the Boston harbor.
The Intolerable acts were passed after the Boston Tea Party. It made three knew rules, the Boston Harbor closed, all town meetings ended, and a knew act, the Quartering act was passed.
Boston Harbor Closed Town meetings are ended Quartering acts has been passed
The First Continental Congress was when 12 out of the 13 colonies met in Philadelphia early before the American Revolution.