Road to Revolution

Road to Revolution
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  • Stamp Act Congress - 1765
  • Let's send a letter to the king.
  • We can't sit here arguing all day.
  • We have to do something about the Stamp act!
  • No Taxation Without Representation
  • Boston Massacre - 1770
  • HEY! Why did you shoot us?!
  • Yeah.
  • 5 people have been shot.
  • IDIOT! Why did you shoot?
  • Well - but - I - 
  • Boston Tea Party - 1773
  • The British have imposed unfair taxes on tea! DUMP IT ALL IN THE HARBOR!
  • TEA
  • British East India Company
  • We're well disguised as mohawks
  • The tea act made it so that we could only buy tea from the British East India company!
  • TEA
  • British East India Company
  • And we've smeared our faces with black soot
  • The Stamp Act congress was significant because it was one of the first times that colonists started working together.
  • Battle at Lexington & Concord - 1775
  • The Boston Massacre was significant because it was used as propaganda by the colonists to make the British seem like bad people. 
  • Battle of Bunker Hill - 1775
  • Lets put the this on the British. Eh?
  • Don't fire till you see the whites of their eyes, boys!
  • 
  • Common Sense - By Thomas Paine - 1776
  • The Boston Tea Party was significant because it lead to severe punishment for the colonists in the form of the intolerable/coercive acts.
  • Wow! This pamphlet really convinced me to support the Patriot cause. I wonder who wrote it. So many copies have been sold too.
  • COMMON SENSE
  • The Battle at Lexington and Concord was significant because it was the first American win and led to the meeting of the second continental congress.
  • We had to retreat when they were coming in for our ammunition, but they will not move on so easily.
  • The British came for Adams and Hanncock. Luckily, they didn't get them.
  • The Battle of Bunker Hill was significant because it gave the colonists confidence that they could at least hold out against the British to some extent.
  • NO! I don't care about the heavy losses. I do not care that the colonists have pushed us down twice. They will run out of ammunition. March up the hill!
  • But-
  • We're out of ammo! RETREAT!
  • Common Sense was significant because it encouraged revolution against the British and influenced a lot of colonists to join the Patriot cause.
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