Social Studies American Revolution

Social Studies American Revolution

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  • French and Indian War
  • Acts Laws
  • Groups
  • The French and the British Began a War in 1754 and ended in 1763.  The war was fought in Europe.  The British won. 
  • Protests
  • The British Government made laws for colonies in 1763 to 1773.  They made these laws because after the war they were in debt.  
  • American Revolution Begins
  • Their were two groups the Sons of Liberty and the Daughters of Liberty.  The sons organized resistance to the Stamp act in 1765 and the Daughters helped make the boycott of British Trade effective.
  • Decloration of Independance
  • The groups attacked the homes of tax collectors, burned straw dummies that looked like royal officials, and instead of buying goods they made their own.  This happened in 1765 to 1773.  
  • Two events happened when the American Revolution began.  The Boston Massacre and The Boston Tea Party.
  • A document explaining why the colonists felt it was necessary to free themselves from the British rule 
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