American History

By Eliz_99
  • Proclamation of 1763

    The proclamation did not allow colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.The British government feared the conflict between colonists and Native Americans would Jead to another war.They also could not afford to pay British troops defend the western lands.Colonists were eraged by the proclamation because they felt they had won right to settle in the Ohio River Valley after winning the French and Indian War.
  • Period: to

    Road to Revolution

  • Courtering Act

    Quartering act required the colonists to house the british soldiers, and provide shelter and food and it is a cost saving measure. Most of them housed in new york.
  • Townshed Act

    This act required all legal and commercial documents that carry on all offical stamps that show you paid the tax on the documents.
  • Townshed Act

    Townshend act was suspended new york's assembly until new york people provided shelter for the soldiers. Then the other acts placed duties, or import taxes, goods brought, like glass, paper, paint, lead, vhina, tea/
  • Tea Act; Boston Tea

    Tea act was made because britished taxed the colonists on tea, and only let them buy only from them. This caused the boston tea party.
  • Intorlerable Able Acts

    Parliament passed the intolerable acts this law as a punishment and warning them. They were a little harsh to colonists an remamed it as the intolerable acts.
  • Battles of Lexington and Concord

    The battles of lexington and concord were the first battles of the revolutionary war, Also the "the shot heard around the world" and the first shot was a colonist.
  • Olive Branch Potetion

    The potition that was sent to the king, asked him to restore the peace and harmony between the colonies and england. The king rejected it and accounced new measures to punish the colonists.
  • The Declaration Of Independence

    The Declaration of indepence that the colonies were no longer part of england/britain. And that the colonies were independence.