The 7 Years War was very important because the winner got the land we know today as America. The British won because they had more resources. Without this battle, the 13 colonies would not have even existed. The battle ended in a treaty called the Treaty of Paris making sure the British would not attack the French if they left North America.
The 7 Years War
The Stamp Act's significance is that it was the first big action by the British without giving the colonists a representative when the tax was being created. This gave the colonists a reason to protest.
The Stamp Act
The Stamp Act is stupid!
This is the Boston Massacre. The significance of the Boston Massacre is when the deaths of these colonists became newsworthy, it gave the colonists a reason to rebel. This was when the colonists realized they could not live under the British empire anymore.
The Boston Massacre
The Boston Tea Party was extremely important because the colonists poured thousands of dollars worth of tea into the harbor. This angered the British, gaining their attention. This especially angered the British because it was costly and the protestors were never found,
Boston Tea Party
The Shot Heard Around the World
The shot heard around the world was an important event because this battle proved that the colonists had a chance at victory. The shot heard around the world was when the Minutemen forced the British to run away, winning the battle; it became a beacon of hope. They did this by realizing where the British would be, then planting tons of minutemen in the area, so when they arrive they get shot at.
Declaration of independence
The Declaration of Independence was very important because this document started the war. The Declaration of Independence did this by stating all the king's mistakes and demanding independence. They basically insulted the king and wanted to take away a big part of the land from the British; this started a war.