We believe the colonists should not be under British rule due to their loyalty.
Wonder what people will think of this?
Dirty rug rats!
In 1776, a man named Thomas Paine published a pamphlet called Common Sense. The point of his book was to advocate or to publicly recommending, independence for the 13 colonies.
The Tea Act
Are all the crates set?
All set, we are ready to go!
In 1776, the continental congress, took a vote in a court room in Philadelphia, for the independence of the 13 colonies.
The Boston Tea Party
No more Tea shall be shipped to North America!
In 1770, In Boston, Massachusetts, people where killed by the British Army, while being under attack by the mob.
The Intolerable Acts
The people have thrown to many protests we shal punixh them.
In 1773, the Parliament of Great Britain granted an act that allowed the British East India Company to ship it's tea to North America.
In 1773, a political protest known as "The Boston Tea Party" occurred by the Sons of Liberty. They did this in defiance of the Tea Act in 1773. They ended up destroying a whole shipment sent by the East India Company.
in 1774, the British Parliament, passed an act that took many self-ruling rights away from the people of Massachusetts. They made this decision as a punishment because of their recent protests.