Look at all this French land that now belongs to the British.
You need British permission
Can i live here
The Stamp Act of 1765 and Its Repeal.
You must pay a tax for that paper
The Townshend Acts of 1767 and 1768
You must pay tax on all imported goods.
The proclamation act gave Britain French land and made American colonists ask for permission to live on the British land. the made the colonists mad because they wanted to live anywhere they wanted.
The Boston Massacre of 1770
The Stamp Act required all American colonists to be taxed on every piece of printed paper they used. The act was repealed on March 18, 1766. This made the colonists mad for having to pay for paper.
The intolerable acts of 1774
Throw over all the tea.
The Townshend Acts were acts that taxed goods imported to the American colonists. This made the colonists mad because they had to pay for the things they bought that were imported.
The Boston Tea Party and The Tea Act of 1773
You have to let me live here.
The Boston Massacre was an event where 5 colonists died to British soldiers who were told to fire their guns. The colonists were harassing the British soldiers. This made colonists hate the British because they were called evil for killing "innocent people."
The intolerable acts were a series of acts passed by the British which mostly affected Massachusetts and one of the five acts affected Quebec. Massachusetts had the Boston Port closed, made it so the number town meetings in Massachusetts was lower, didn't allow self-government, and made the people of Massachusetts quarter troops and supply them with food, clothes, and other necessities. This made the people living in Massachusetts mad because the Boston port closed and they had to quarter troops.
The Boston Tea Party were the colonists protesting against the British Government. Protesters boarded 3 ships and threw 342 chests of tea. The Tea Act stated that tea could only be purchased from the East India Company which flourished the company. This made the colonists mad because they were overcharged on tea, the favorite drink at the time.