Jack K American Revolution

  • The Proclamation of 1763

    The Proclamation of 1763
    Indains atttacked the colonists. The British did not allow the colonists to go past the Applichan Moutains.
  • Quartering Act

    Quartering Act
    The colonists had to provide quarters for the British Soldiers.The colonists also supplied food and water
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    Soldiers where protecting a tax colection area. Colonists formed a crowd around the building and tormented the soldiers. One soldier thought he heard fire and shot his gun. killing five colonists.
  • Gaspee Affair

    Gaspee Affair
    Lieutenant William Duddington was patrolling the water on the British Ship Gaspee. Colonists who where angry with the British Praliment and attacted the ship.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    Colonists dressed up as Indians and threw tea boxes overboard. Colonists were angry about purchaseing tea fom one company and high taxes from that company.
  • Galloways Plan Rejected

    Galloways Plan Rejected
    Joseph Galloway wanted Great Britian and the colonies to be united. But the paln was rejected.
  • Paul Rever's Ride

    Paul Rever's Ride
    Paul saw some British Soldiers that where talking about a surprise attack. So he rode around the colonies and warned the colonists.
  • Second Continental Congress Meets

    Second Continental Congress Meets
    In May 1775, with Redcoats once again storming Boston, the Second Continental Congress convened in Philadelphia. They decided to create a Continetal Army.
  • George Wahington named commander in chief

    George Wahington named commander in chief
    The congress votes George Washington commander in chief. He accepts two days latter.
  • Battle of Bunker Hill

    Battle of Bunker Hill
    That night of June 16 1775 an American troop was marching to Bunker Hill. But the misheard the orders and marched to Breed Hill.
  • The Writing of The Declaration of Independance

    The Writing of The Declaration of Independance
    Thomas Jefferson wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independance. The congress argued over it then they signed it.