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  • The Stamp Act Congress-1765
  • No taxation without representation!
  • We must take action against the British! We should write a petition to the king saying these taxes aren't fair and after, we won't but British goods until they repeal the stamp act.
  • Boston Massacre-1770
  • I do NOT like those Red Coats!
  • Hey!
  • Boston Tea Party-1773
  • I don't trust the price for tea will stay low and The Tea Act is another tax we have to pay!
  • I agree, it's a monopoly. As Sons of Liberty, we lead these protests and remember, only throw off the tea and to not damage anything, we need to make a point about the Tea Act.
  • The Stamp Act Congress happened in New York City and was the first time 9 colonies worked together for America's freedom.
  • 1st Continental Congress-1774
  • We should write another petition saying to take back the Intolerable Acts and open Boston Harbor. 
  • And if things don't get better we'll reconvene.
  • We need to tell them to repeal the Intolerable Act and open Boston Harbor.
  • Loyalists want to an Olive Branch Petition to the king! The British are too powerful for us to over throw.
  • At the Boston Massacre some shots were fired at the Colonists, and 4 men died, but Paul Revere's famous engraving led people to believe it was more of a 'massacre.' Freedom to the Colonists meant no more heavy taxes and no more incidents like these.
  • 2nd Continental Congress-May 1775
  • The vote is in favor of an Olive Branch, but we will also prepare for war under the command of George Washington.
  • Patriots want to break ties with the British and fight!
  • The Colonists didn't refrain from protesting even though they knew there would be consequences. This shows that the Colonists will make their own decisions whether they agree with the British or not.
  • Battle of Bunker Hill-June 1775
  • Retreat!
  • In Philadelphia, all colonies showed up (except Georgia) to discuss about what to do about The Intolerable Acts. This Continental Congress was another chance to work together and become a better team.
  • The Colonists want some freedom and are asking for them to take back the taxes, but they are ready and preparing to fight for their freedom as well.
  • The Battle of Bunker Hill was a moral victory for the Colonists because they would have won but they ran out of ammunition. The Colonists moral victory to them meant they were ready to fight for America.
  • We're out of ammunition!
  • Finally, you destroyed the wall. Now go get them!
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