Revolution Comic

Revolution Comic
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  • French and Indian War 1754-1763
  • I cant believe the French allied with the Indians
  • NOOO we cant lose!!! We want those colonies!!!
  • Sugar Act 1764
  • we should tax the colonists to get the money back
  • That makes sense, we did fight to protect the colonies anyway.
  • The debt from the war needs to be payed back
  • Boston Massacre 1770
  • *Verbal Abuse*
  • No!
  • That's no way to talk to an official! *shoots*
  • The French and Indian war was significant because the debt that it left the British in is what caused them to tax the colonists.
  • Boston Tea Party 1773
  • We need to win or the French will take our colonies
  • They cant tell us where to get our tea from!! Throw it all overboard!!
  • The Sugar Act is significant to the start of the revolution because it was the first taxation that was very large, and that they were very strict about collecting, and it made the colonists mad.
  • Intolerable Acts 1774
  • As punishment for all the tea that was lost in the Boston tea party, we will be closing down the Boston harbor till we regain the money.
  • I shall write a peice so powerful all the colonists will want to rebel against the British!
  • The Boston massacre is important to the start of the Revolution because it was the first bloodshed, and a chance to make propaganda, so the colonists would want to rebel.
  • Common Sense 177
  • Yes! I think Thomas Paine is right! We need to fight four out freedom!
  • The Boston Tea Party was important for the start of the revolution because it led to the intolerable acts.
  • Yeah! I don't care that it's less money! I want my tea from where I usually get it!
  • The Intolerable Acts are important to the start of the revolution because it affected all the colonies, therefore, making all the colonies upset, it also made all the colonies come together and work together. 
  • Sir, I think that we shall also not allow town hall meetings.
  • Common Sense is important to the start of the revolution because it made all the colonists patriots, and everyone who read it was ready to take their freedom back.
  • Did you read Common Sense?
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