American Revolution
Updated: 3/16/2021
American Revolution

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  • The Stamp Act (March 1765)
  • The Boston Massacre (March 1770)
  • The Boston Tea Party (December 1773)
  • The Stamp Act allowed the British to charge for a stamp that needed to placed on any newspaper or document, and the colonists had to pay for the stamp.
  • The Battle of Lexington and Concord(April 1775)
  • The Boston Massacre happened when soldiers shot and killed several people. They did this while being harassed by a mob.
  • The Deceleration of Independence was passed.(July 1776)
  • The Boston Tea Party was a protest against a British tax on tea. The colonists dumped 342 chests of tea into the ocean since the British imposed taxation without representation.
  • Treaty of Paris ends the war.(September 1783)
  • The Battle Of Lexington and Concord was the first military engagement of the American Revolutionary War. The battle took place in Middlesex County, a Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington and Concord.
  • On July 1776, the Deceleration of Independence was passed. The Deceleration of Independence was a document that says all people should be treated equally, it declared that America would be independent from Britain.
  • The American Revolution finally ends after the British and the colonists agree to sign the Treaty Of Paris.