Estefany Argueta Road to revolution timeline
Updated: 1/26/2021
Estefany Argueta Road to revolution timeline

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  • French and Indian 1754-1763
  • sons of liberty 1765
  • sugar act 1764
  • sugar act
  • The french and Indian war began in 1754 and ended with the treaty of Paris in 1763.the war provided great Britain enormous territorial gains in north america but disputes over subsequent frontier policy and paying the war’s expenses led to colonial discontent ,and ultimately to the american revolution.
  • Boston tea party 1773
  • this tea act is not fare .
  • The sons of liberty was most likely organized in the summer of 1765 as means to protest the passing of the stamp act of 1765 their motto was no taxation without representation.” the Bostonian paying the excise man or tarring and feathering,1774. Library of congress.
  • proclamation of 1763
  • The sugar act also known as the american revenue act or the american tax act was a law for the collection of taxes and to prevent the smuggling of sugar passed by the parliament of great Britain on April 5.1764.
  • first continental congress 1774
  • Boston tea party december 16 1773 incident in which 342 boxes of tea belonging to the British east India company were thrown from ships into Boston harbor by Americans patriots disguised as Mohawk Amerindians protest both a tax on tea taxes without representation and the perceived monopoly of the east India company.
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  • The proclamation line of 1763 was a british produced boundary marked in the Appalachian mountains at the eastern continental divide. Decreed on October 7,1763 the proclamation line prohibited angle american colonists from settling on labs acquired from the french following the french and Indian war.
  • The proclamation line of 1763 was a British produced boundary marked in the Appalachian mountains at the eastern continental divide. Decreed on October 7,1763 the proclamation line prohibited angle american colonists from settling on labs acquired from the french following the french and Indian war.