No, you can't go. It's our land that we won against the French. We are protecting you from the Native Americans in the West.
NOOOOOO!!!! Why did they make this law??
I want to stay at your house.
Welcome to Britain!
Attention Parliament! Why don't we make a law where we can do anything we want on the Colonists, and they must obey our laws or taxes?
Good idea King George!
I agree with that too!
This is significant to the declaration of independence because it was one of the first times the Colonist were bossed around by the British. It contributed to the drive to be free because the Colonist had limitations on where they could settle, and you can choose where you want to settle with a free country.
Do you know what? My favorite number is five!
This law is significant because Colonist had to house the British soldiers and treat them with respect. This is important to the road to revolution because the Colonists were mad at Britain for making them house soldiers, and they started to get angry.
Boston "Tea Party"
No taxation without representation!
This is significant because now the Colonist were basically controlled by parliament, and the Colonist had no to voice to express their disliking of the law.
Lexington and Concord
I think we could win this!!
Let's start the war strong!
This is significant because it was an event where people were killed by the British soldiers. This led to the call for independence because the Colonists decided it was enough of the British controlling after this act and started to protest.
The Boston "Tea Party" was significant to the declaration of independence because it was a big protest against the tax on tea. This contributed to the tension between the Colonists and the British and made both sides more angry.
Dec 16, 1773
The Lexington and Concord battles were important to the road to revolution because it was one of the first times the Colonists had a war with Britain. This contributed to the declaration of independence because it started all the wars leading to the American Revolution.