The Revolutionary Comic

The Revolutionary Comic
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  • The Sugar Act -1764
  • We are taxing you colonists because you owe us money after we fought for you in the French and Indian war!
  • I can't believe that the British are taxing our sugar!
  • I can't believe it either! What are we supposed to use in our tea now?
  • The Stamp Act-1765
  • This Stamp Tax is so pricey! We should start our own congress fighting the tax!
  • Yeah!!
  • Writs of Assistance-1767
  • Yes, we can! Its called the Writs of Assistance!
  • You can't search our home for smuggled items without a warrant!
  • The Sugar act was significant because it was how the whole revolution started and this was when the colonists started sensing that things were changing for the worse.
  • The Boston Massacre -1770
  • We are going to throw rocks and snowballs at you if you don't fulfill our requests!
  • Dump out every crate of tea on this boat as a protest to the unfair taxes!
  • The Stamp was significant because whatever they used had to have a stamp on it which made the colonists very angry which then led to them forming the Stamp Act Congress.
  • Boston Tea Party-1773
  • Even though the British will punish us we still have given them a message about who we are!
  • The Writs of Assitance was significant because the colonists were enraged that they could not have privacy anymore.
  • Battle of Bunker Hill- 1775
  • I am willing to die for my freedom! Even if we lose we know that we tried to make a difference and we know that we at least scared the British and showed them who we really are.
  • The Boston Massacre was significant because this was the wake-up call for the British that the colonists were very serious about this issue.
  • We don't care who we kill!!!
  • Then we will fire back with our own weapons!!
  • The Boston Tea party was significant because it was the first real rebellion against the British for the unfair taxes.
  • The Battle of Bunker Hill was significant because it motivated the colonists to band together to fight even though they knew they had a good chance they would lose.
  • We are outnumbered but we can still at least scare them into taking us seriously!
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