Land taken from France after the French and Indian war doesn't belong to the colonists, even though they helped fight.
Boston Tea Party 1773
Thousands of British soldiers sent to enforce The Proclamation of 1763 and keep the peace. All of these soldiers were supposed to live in a colonist's household and fed.
First Continential Congress 1774
An empty, boycotted store in retaliation to the Stamp act, in which, the colonials had no say in the matter of the paper tax.
Lexington and Concord 1775
( Unable to find native American in the Characters section for their disguises. ) One night in Boston, a group of colonists disguised themselves as native Americans and tossed crates of dea off ships to combat a new tax on tea.
Representatives from twelve different colonies met in Philadelphia to discuss their complaints to Parliament and the King. This event brought the colonists together, and they agreed to a complete boycott of trade of all kinds with England.
Before colonists arrived and and fire was exchanged, it was just soldiers marching from Lexington to Concord. This is mere minutes before the event that triggered the beginning of The Revolutionary War.