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You can not cross!!!
WE WANT TO CROSS
Everything has been stamped.
REPEAL THE TAXES
NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION
The Proclamation of 1763 made an imaginary line across the Appalachian Mountains that the British told the colonist not to cross, so they could no long expand the colonies into the Americas
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I don't buy British goods!
The Sugar and Stamp Acts, were a rule that placed taxes on legal documents, newspapers, playing cards, and dice. They colonist were upset with this by boycotting British goods/items.
The colonist were upset that they were taxed, because of the fact that they had no representation in Parliament, they protested the taxes.
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The Townshend Acts taxed glass, paper, paint, land, and tea. Colonists were upset and again responded by boycotting British goods.
The Boston Massacre was an event in which 5 people were killed by British soldiers in a riot. One person that was killed was Crispus Attucks, said to be the first to die in the American Revolution
The Boston Tea Party was an event where some colonist dressed as Mohawk Natives, and through a shipment of tea into the ocean and this started The Intolerable Acts.