As the new colonies rose above britain, they started to tax the people according to the stamp act to pay to the parliment, britain thought is was fine and didn't listen meanwhile the new colonies wanted attention and demands so they began "anti-british" and this marks the start of the american revolution.
THIS IS LUDICROUS! UNFAIR RULING!
NEWS and PAPER
also taxed for deeds, wills and stuff they owned.
Port of Britain
- Wanted Independence in the their orginal 13 Colonies- Disagreed with the Stamp Act, taxation was an idea brought up in the enlighment to remove any unessesary amounts of power from their dominators (kings), and wanted it gone.
NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION!
Tensions Rose and the New Colonies started to "anti-british" and rioted against soldiers and harbors such as with the Tea Party (Later in 1773).
- Wanted to revolk any independence and rule the 13 colonies.- Used the stamp act as a way to regain money after losing it all when fighting the french in the war for the new world land. The money went straight towards parliment.
WE NEED MONEY; WE RULE YOU!
As rioters hit the streets and revolk against british power over the people and its own colonies, britain knew what was going on and started sending soldiers to be prepared for a war if needed.
As Soldiers protected the areas, a lone soldier by the name of Hugh White on king street in boston was harrassed and brawling with the people, he called reinforments and stuff started to get out of hand and was looking like a full out war at that point
Apprehension in the New Colonies (Boston Massacre)
The Boson Massacre took place in 1770, King Street as 5 colonists died, sparked emotion and dispair amongst the fellow colonist it's people and they knew they had to do something about it = American Revolution.
As tensions escaleted after the Boston Massacre, the buring of the Gaspee in 1772 and the Boston Tea Party in 1773 wars broke out between the British and the newly United States of America, leading to it's end in 1783 in the Paris Peace Treaty and a newly independent country with enlighment ideas lead by John Locke and Benjamin Franklin and their new president and former army commander during the war George Washington, putting the model for what a president should do and how the country should be governed changing laws and taxation and giving man it's freedom.