What are the causes/effects that lead up to the American Revolution?
Declaratory Act, 1766 (Cause)
"Lets make a law to repeal the Stamp Act!"
"Sure, why not? Let's call it the Declaratory Act"
Declaratory Act, 1766 (Effect)
"We should attempt the Crown's reconciliation!"
American Revolution The story board is about the causes and effects of the events leading up to the American Revolution.
Tea Act, 1773 (Cause)
"Why should we pay taxes to the British Government and not buy the Tea from the East India Company?"
The causes of the Declaratory Act was to justify the repeal of the Stamp Act, which was passed at the same time as the British Law that was passed by the Parliament, The Parliaments authority was the same in America.
Tea Act, 1773 (Effect)
"we had enough, let's go and dump their East Indian Company Chips overboard!"
The Effects of the Declaratory Act was that the Colonists got angry and that Colonists tried and attempted the crown's reconciliation.
The Tae Act was one of the main ways that the British was not heavily in debt. They used the East India Company to sell with taxes to the Colonists. They would take the Tea from the East India Company and then add taxes to it so that they could repay their debts. So the Colonists thought on why not buying the Tea from The East India Company.
"Ya, Why didn't we think of that from the beginning ?"
The Tea act effected the American Revolution as well as the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773., in which colonists than boarded the East Indian Company Ships and dumped their loads of tea overboard.
The conclusion of the Declaratory Act was to justify the repeal of the Stamp act, which lead up to the colonists attempting the crown's reconciliation, While in the Tea Act, the British wanted money from the Colonists to repay their debts, so they used taxes on their tea, which lead up to the Boston Tea party.