Road To Revolution

Road To Revolution

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  • The French And Indian War
  • The Stamp Act
  • Boston Massacre
  • The French and Indian War was significanttowards the road to revolution because it was the event that started it all.Before the war, colonists were not carefully watched or directed by the British.After the war, laws and acts started being enforced towards the colonists topay for the war, which made the colonists angry.
  • Boston Tea Party
  • Bye Tea Tax!!!
  • The Stamp Act was an act that started really making the colonists angry. The Colonist banded together and got organized after this act was passed and retaliation began.. A famous colonist group that banded together were the sons of liberty, who used tar and feathers toretaliate against the British, and they were the ones to for the Boston Tea Party.
  • Lexington and Concord
  • The Boston massacre was important because it was when things got violent during the revolution. To some, this is considered the first battle of the revolution, where the first fatalities were. This led to revolution because after this, there were more battles.
  • Declaration of Independence
  • its unanimous... WE'RE FREE FROM ENGLAND!
  • The Boston tea party was an important event that was theturning point of the American revolution. It was an act of defiance from thecolonist, against the unfair taxation enforced by Parliament. Parliamentresponded by enforcing the “intolerable” act, which led to further resentmentfrom the colonists, and ultimately, war.
  • The battle of Lexington and concord was significant becauseit was the first official battle of the road to revolution. This also was veryimportant because the colonist won this battle. At the time of this war, the Britisharmy was the strongest in the world, which further enraged them.
  • The declaration of independence was significant to the endof the road of revolution. This declaration freed the colonists from England, ending the war. The declaration of independence is what ended the war, and started the beginning of America.
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