Spilling the Tea on the American Revolution

Spilling the Tea on the American Revolution
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Ryan Bomersbach Blue Ashley 9/18/2018

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  • Stamp act Congress- 1765
  • Boston Tea Party- 1773
  • Shh! keep it down
  • Dump the tea!
  • First Continental Congress- 1774
  • The stamp act congress is important because it was one of the first times the colonies saw themselves as one unit and not separate peoples.
  • "The Shot Heard Round the World"- 1775
  • Who fired?
  • The Boston Tea Party was the first action the colonists took to fight the British parliament's taxes, unlike all their other actions where they just asked the British to stop taxing them.
  • Battle of Bunker Hill- 1775
  • The colonists' famous phrase "No taxation without representation" that illustrated their main want from the British and was used throughout the American Revolution was thought up and documented here.
  • Common sense- 1776
  • The shot heard round the world really sparked the rest of the world's interest in the American Revolution, as well as producing propaganda that Inspired the colonists to rebel against the British.
  • This was the first real battle fought in the American revolution, and it really lowered the number of British soldiers, while at the same time showing how brave and patriotic many of the colonists were.
  • This was an action taken by Thomas Paine to prove to other colonists why revolution was the best option, and it really helped them decide wether or not to start really fighting or continue asking for peace.
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