B1-BRAY-American Revolution

  • Treaty Ending French and Indain War

    Treaty Ending French and Indain War
    British and the French/Indians wanted the same land west of the Ohio river, British wanted all the land they could get even though they already had the 13 colonies and the French/Indians had very little land this started the French and Indian War even though Great Britain was victorious the king decided to write the proclamation of 1763 stating that the British we not to go past the Ohio river.
  • Proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation of 1763
    This document states that the Indians have everything west of the Ohio river valley, the British were not to go near that area of the will get in a lot of trouble for it. It was passed by King George lll on October .1763.
  • Stap Act

    Stap Act
    The Sons of Liberty were started in Boston; they would burn stamps and boycott British goods, after some time they had merchants begging to repel. They were led by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    The citizens of Boston didn’t like having British soldiers in their town, one young man was standing guard when the citizens started throwing snowballs and sticks at him for no reason that started the war only 5 people died many were injured, this is now know today as the shot heard around the world.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    .The sons of Liberty, led by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere, dressed as Indains, they went the tea boat and opened all the boxes of tea then dumped them into the Boston harbor, the was because of taxation without representation.
  • 1st Continental Congress First Met

    1st Continental Congress First Met
    Delegates from the 13 colonies would meet in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to discuss problems with Britain everyone would show but Georgia.
  • Battle of Lexington and Concord

    Battle of Lexington and Concord
    The red coats left Boston to get their weapons from concord when they got there were no weapons they got really mad so they burned a few buildings.
  • Declaration of Independence

    Declaration of Independence
    This document was written by Thomas Jefferson and revised by John Adams and Benjamin Franklin; it was passed on July 4th 1776 by the king of England. It clearly stated that all men are created equal and have the rights given to them by god also, the unalienable rights life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
  • battle of Saratoga

    battle of Saratoga
    Britian didnt follow the plan. Burgoyne's whole army was defeted before they got to saratoga on the Hudson River.
  • Victory at Yorktown

    Victory at Yorktown
    Cornwallis was being harrassed by the conental army. He decided to march his 7200 men to Jamestown, Virginia, there he hoped to excape by sea.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    After two years of compromise Britian fianally realized that the United States was an independent nation