Lillian's Road to Revolution Storyborad

Lillian's Road to Revolution Storyborad
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  • The Proclamation-1763
  • You are no longer aloud to settle west of Appalachia. 
  • The Stamp Act-1765
  • Nooooo!
  • We are placing a tax on all paper goods.
  •                The Boston Massacre-1770
  • Booooo! You stink! Fire! Fire! I dare you!
  • Do not fire unless told to do so
  • The Proclamation of 1763 prohibited American colonists from settling west of Appalachia. 
  • The Tea Act/Boston Tea Party-1773
  • The stamp act (1765) was a tax on all paper goods.
  • The Intolerable Acts-1774
  • What?! It's not our fault you taxed tea! This is a outrage!
  • Because of what you have done, we are closing the Boston Harbor!
  • The Boston massacre accrued in 1770, on March 5. It was a fight between a mob of colonists and 7 or 8 Redcoats that resulted in 5 deaths.
  • The First Continental Congress-1774
  • We must repeal the laws on taxes!
  • The Boston Tea Party happened in 1773 and was meant to protest one of the last tax laws. The tax on tea.
  • No more taxes on tea for us! 
  • The Intolerable Acts we put in to play in 1774 as a way to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party.
  • The first continental congress (1774) was the first time all but four of the colonies come together to discuss the tax law that Britain had put in place.
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