Proclamation of 1763 The proclamation of 1763 took place West of the Appalachian mountains. It said that colonists could not settle West of the mountains. Colonists were affected by this british action.
Tea Act On May 10th,1773 a tax on tea was issued. This tax was put on the colonies by the British. This tax was a very big thing because tea was very popular back then.
Intolerable Acts 1st- (March 31,1774) Boston Harbor was closed. 2nd- (May 20,1774) Food and firewood could be transported through Boston Harbor. 3rd- (May 20,1774) Town meetings were banned.
Fight at Lexington In the fight at Lexington on April 19,1775 the colonial militias faced up against the British army. This was the first step to the Declaration of independence. It may also be referred to as America's biggest turning point in History.
Boston Massacre On March 5,1770 a shot was heard that started gun fire on a crowd of colonists. This incident turned out to leave five colonists dead with others blaming the British soldiers. This massacre was just fuel to the fire in the stove of colonists opinion's.
Stamp Act On March 22,1765 the stamp act was issued which made colonists put stamps on all legal papers, newspapers, and other items. This law made these items that much more expensive to the everyday colonist.