Rising Tensions Timeline

Rising Tensions Timeline
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  • 1754.
  • The French surrendered, and the British got many lands, and many debts along with it.
  • The British won the war against the French and Indians For land of the Ohio River.
  • 1763.
  • After the war, many colonists move west, and the natives tried to scare away the colonists because of their own fears.
  • But some people outright ignored the unfair law.
  • 1765.
  • But Great Britain wanted to keep their people safe, so they made a law, saying they can't move west.
  • Eventually, tensions rose very high, and lead to something unforgettable.
  • Eventually, people had to pay for british soldier's protection, and they could just live anywhere without working.
  • Along with that, for the british to make more money, they made every printed paper taxed so you had to pay more money.
  • 1770.
  • Many colonists has disputes  among the british soldiers, and the british accidentally fired, and news spread.
  • 1773.
  • Some Colonists rode native's ships so that when they gathered the tea, they could dump it all off, and that didn't make King George very happy.
  • 1774.
  • After the tea incident, many new unfair laws were passed, and the colonists, and their leaders, were furious.
  • Some intolerable acts might have been repealled, but the disputes continued.
  • Eventually every colony leader (except Georgia's) came to have a talk with Great Britain.
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