Road to Revolution Comic

Road to Revolution Comic
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  • French and Indian War  
  • Sugar Act
  • Attention all colonists! By the order of the King, there will now be a tax on all sugar and sugar products. 
  • Quartering Act 
  • Open up! You were asked to let me stay here. It is against the law to not let me in.
  • The French and Indian war (1754- 1763) was significant because it was the first step towards revolution, and if the French would have won the war then we might not be where we are today.
  • Boston Tea Party 
  •  look at all of this tea! Since the British put an unfair tax on it, lest dump the chests full of tea into the water.
  • The Sugar Act ( 1764 ) was significant because it was the first big tax which caught the colonists off guard and made them think differently about there king and there rights as a colony.
  • Skirmih at Lexington and Concord 
  • The Quartering act ( 1765 )was significant because it made the colonists unhappy about paying for the soldier's needs while having stayed at there house.
  • Olive Branch Petition 
  • Fine, we will sign the Olive Branch Petition. But if the British won't agree to it then we will declare war on them. In the meantime, we will form a secret army just in case the British won't sign the petition. 
  • We need to create an olive ranch petition, saying we are loyal British citizens and don't want war.
  • The Boston Tea Party ( 1773 ) is significant because it was one of the most powerful and significant acts sent to Great Britain to let them know that the colonists were going to do whatever it takes to be independent from them.
  • Yes! I agree 
  • The Skirmish at Lexington and Concord ( 1775) was significant because it was the first "battle" and if the British had gotten the ammunition then we might not have had enough to win the war, and would still belong to the British today.
  • Never!
  • let us pass. 
  • The Olive Branch Petition ( 1775 ) is significant because it was the last try from the colonists to resolve thing with the British before the colonists declared war on them.
  • I know the king will agree to the petition
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