Road to Revolution

Road to Revolution
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  • The Quartering Act - 1765
  • I cannot believe we have to house this British soldier! It is such an invasion of privacy!
  • Stamp Act Congress - 1765
  • We need to make a petition!
  • Boston Tea Party - 1773
  • No more tax on tea!
  • This event is significant because it built up anger in the colonists that led to the Revolution.
  • Coercive/ Intolerable Acts - 1773
  • What? How I going to sell my goods?
  • This event is significant because it is the first time colonists from different colonies met together, to be followed be the Continental Congress.
  • Lexington and Concord - 1775
  • Fire!
  • This event is significant because it was the first protest and it caused the Intolerable Acts.
  • Common Sense Published - 1776
  • Now I know why Patriots want to make a revolution!
  • COMMON SENSE BY THOMAS PAINE
  • This event is significant because it is caused the colonists to send the Olive Branch Petition and form a continental army.
  • BOSTON HARBOR CLOSED (due to Intolerable Acts)
  • This event is significant because it was the first gunfight between the colonists and the British, showed that the colonists could beat the British, and led to the Revolutionary War.
  • This event is significant because it was the publication of the colonies' first official thought of revolution.
  • Yes, it makes a lot of "Common Sense" Get it?
  • Goodness sake, Megan!
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