The American Reveloution

The American Reveloution

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  • Why the colonists didn't like Britain ruling them
  • The Boston Massacre
  • The Boston Tea Party: Part I
  • let's throw the tea overboard
  •  The colonists ,especially the sons of liberty, didn't like being ruled by a country. Britain kept on giving out taxes like the stamp act and the tea act.
  • The Boston Tea Party: Part II
  • all the tea is gone
  • The Boston Massacre was when the first person killed in the american revolution. His name was Crispus Attucks. the colonists used his death for propaganda.
  • Lexington
  • i will shoot
  • When the British Prime Minister, Lord North, proposed the Tea Act in May 1773, he was not even thinking of the North American colonies, but rather of the East India Company, which had assumed control over India. In exchange for the power to appoint its governors, North loaned the company £1.5 million—the equivalent of about $270 million today.
  • Concord
  • WE WON!!
  • On December 16, 1773 at Griffin’s Wharf, a group of approximately 50 Bostonians disguised as Native Americans boarded the ships Beaver, Dartmouth, and Eleanor, and proceeded to dump 342 crates of tea into the Boston harbor. In doing so, they destroyed almost 10 thousand pounds sterling worth of tea—worth about $1.7 million today—that belonged to the British East India Company. 
  • The Battles of Lexington and Concord, fought on April 19, 1775, were the first military clashes of the American Revolutionary War.The Massachusetts militia routed the British Army forces and were soon joined by militias from Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. These militias would become the core of the Continental Army.
  • The British soldiers and rebel militiamen raced to Lexington during the night; they confronted each other at Lexington Green—a village common area—just as the sun was rising on the morning of April 19. Captain John Parker, a veteran of the Seven Years' War, led a contingent of 80 Lexington militiamen, known as minutemen because they had to be ready to fight at a minute’s notice.
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