Road to Revolution

Road to Revolution

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  • The Proclamation of 1763
  • We will not allow colonists to travel west of the Appalachians anymore, due to the encapturement of our forts. 
  • The Townshend Acts of 1767
  • No more taxing! 
  •    Boston Massacre of 1770
  • Fire!
  • The proclamation of 1763 is when the British leaders were afraid that if colonists moved west of the Appalachian Mts, they would create more fights. This act prevented them from going that way. 
  • The tea act/Boston tea party of 1773. 
  • We need to throw out all the tea in order to get them to repeal the tax. 
  • The townshend acts were acts that place taxes on glass, paints, paper and lead. Several colonists were mad, so they boycotted. 
  • the Intolerable acts of 1774
  • We are going to close the harbor, have soldiers stay in there houses. 
  • The Boston massacre was when 5 innocent people were killed by redcoats because Bostonians felt threatned by the British government and Paul Revere did a painting in which it made them look innocent. 
  • The first continental congress of 1774
  • We need to get away from Britian and start our own country, 
  • After parliament had removed the townshend acts, there was still tax on tea. To protest, colonists dressed up as indians and threw hundred and thousands of gallons of tea out into the harbor of Boston. 
  • When the parliament punished Boston because they were done after their actions of the Boston tea party. 
  • We are done with boston. 
  • This is where all of the colonies except Georgia came together that leaded to the American revolution. 
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