In order to make back the money you, the colonists, owe us we are taxing all of the sugar.
The Stamp Act- 1765
Why does this deck of cards I am buying cost so much more than usual?
It's because the British decided to tax anything that is made out of paper in order to make back all the money they spent trying to win the war.
Writs Of Assistance- 1767
That's not fair!!!!
Let me into your house! We are now aloud to search through houses and businesses of the colonists with out a warrant.
The Sugar Act was significant because it was the first act after the French and Indian war, and it taxed all sugar which was something the colonists used in their everyday lives.
The Boston Massacre- 1770
Dirty British!!! No Taxation without Representation!!!!!
The stamp act was significant because it made the colonists so angry that it lead to The Stamp Act Congress in 1765 which made the British angry and just brought on more acts.
The Boston Tea Party- 1773
Writs of Assistance was significant because it was a big change for the colonists and made it so that they couldn't hide or cover up any secrets they had by keeping them in their houses; they now had no privacy.
Battle of Bunker Hill- 1775
The Boston Massacre was significant because it was a battle in which many people died, and it lead to the tea act and more that followed.
The Boston Tea Party was significant because it was a rebellion where, for the first time, the colonists worked together; also it lead to the Intolerable Acts.
We are so angry that the British taxed us again, that we are protesting by throwing all the tea into the Harbor.
The Battle of Bunker Hill was significant because it was a ginormous battle where many people were killed, and this was the final battle which lead to the Declaration of Independance.