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  • Quartering Act
  • We are coming in!
  • Quartering Act
  • Finally, I'm starving!
  • I could do whatever I want!
  • Quartering Act
  • In 1765, the British started to come in the colonists' houses. They were allowed to come in. If the British were tired, they come in their houses and rest.
  • Shot Heard Round the World
  • When the British come in, the colonists have to give them food. If they wanted something, the colonists had to give them what they wanted. If they don't, they can get killed. Parents could get worried about their daughters.
  • Shot Heard Round the World
  • The colonists were mad about the British coming into their houses. They decided to protest. The protest actually worked. The British stopped going into their houses. The colonists had their own privacy now.
  • Shot Heard Round the World
  • In 1775, Paul Revere rode his horse to warn the minutemen that the British were coming. Minutemen is patriot militia soldiers to fight in a minute notice. The Patriots used the church bells to warn them.
  • The British are coming!
  • We shall wait for them!
  • In Lexington, there were 77 minutemen waiting for 700 British soldiers. Then, there was a huge battle in Concord. It's five miles away from Lexington.
  • Only eight Patriots died in the battle. There were 400 minutemen who fought now. There were 300 of the British who were dead or wounded. Finally, the British soldiers went back to Boston after the defeat.
  • Let's go!
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