How am I supposed to make money off smuggling when it’s so cheap?!
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The Sugar Act was passed in 1764, lowering taxes on molasses hoping to stop smuggling
We have to pay even more money!?
Sir, you must pay a tax to buy this paper. You can’t afford it.
The Stamp Act of 1765 caused the colonists to purchase a tax for all papers.
I can’t keep helping father pay these taxes.
How dare you make us pay money!
CALM DOWN! We don’t want this to get out of hand.
The Boston Massacre, in 1770 was the fight between angry colonists and a few red coats. It quickly turned from a protest to a riot.
The Tea Act of 1773 caused people to pay less for tea to stop the smuggling. Just like the sugar act.
I need to sell this smuggled tea but no one will buy any because mines more expensive than the real tea!
So long stupid tea this will show them!
In 1773 of December colonists dressed as Indians and threw tea into the river. This was called the Boston Tea Party.
The Intolerable Acts of 1774, were laws passed bye the government to the colonists which included many many things that just frustrated the colonists even more causing there actions to worsen.
In 1773, the colonists dressed as Indians and threw tea into the river, they called this the Boston Tea Party.