Growing Tensions Between the Colonists and Britan

Growing Tensions Between the Colonists and Britan

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  • Growing Tensions Between the Colonists and Britain
  • You must pay your taxes and follow our rules! 
  • We refuse to follow your until we have a say in them!
  • The Quartering Act
  • This sucks!
  • Law say's you have to let us stay here.
  • Get away from me, my house, and my family! We don't want you here!
  • I hate this!
  • The Stamp Act
  • We're not paying extra for  everyday things! We demand you lift the law or we will not buy any of your things!
  •  Britain made rule for the Colonist and made them pay for their debts and the Colonist didn't have a say.   
  •                                    The Boston Massacre                                               
  • Don't shoot. 
  • Yes sir.
  • To stop Colonist from leaving the 13 Colones, Britain sent soldiers to the Colones. The soldiers could know on any door and the person living there had to provide them with food, water, shelter, and transportation. Neither the Colonist nor the soldiers were happy about this new arrangement.  
  • The Boston Tea Party
  • The Stamp Act was a law that said Colonist had to pay more for any thing that was printed. Some Colonist sent delegates to a meeting in New York asking for the Act to be lifted. In 1766 the Stamp Act was repealed because the Colonist kept saying it was unfair. 
  • The Intolerable Act
  • We're shooting now?
  • One night a tax collector was grading a building, and some Colonist started throwing rock, snowballs, and ice balls. He got back up, but one of the soldiers shot his gun. And that's how The Boston Massacre started.
  • Britain put a tax on tea, and didn't let the Colonist vote on it. Britain made it illegal to buy tea from any company except Britain East India Company. The Colonist were angry, so on December 16, 1773 a big group of Colonist got on a ship that sent the tea and destroyed all the tea. But they were very careful not to destroy anything else on the ship.   
  • After the Boston Tea Party, Britain wanted to make sure that nothing like that would ever happen again so that made rules so harsh that the Colonist couldn't stand it. Some  
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