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American Revolution

  • The Battle at Lexington

    The Battle at Lexington
    The Americans battled the British at lexington for freedom
  • The Declaratory Act

  • The Sugar act

  • The Stamp act

  • The Townshend Revenue Act

  • The Boston Massacre

  • The Tea Act

    In 1773, British Parliament passed the Tea Act, reducing duties on tea sold by the East India Trading Company. In doing so, the British encouraged Americans to buy British-taxed tea. Colonists opposed the Act, leading to The Boston Tea Party.
  • The battle at Concord

  • The Beginning

    The Beginning
    The Colonists were angry that the British were ruling over them and they wanted to be known as a free nation.
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    American Revolution

    The wars time span
  • the ride of Paul Revere

  • The Patrionts Failure

    The Patrionts Failure
    Patriots fail to take Three Rivers, Quebec
  • The Public reading

    The Declaration of Independence is read publicly
  • New york is captured

    New york is captured
    The British take over New York City
  • France takes a side in the war

    France officially enters the war on the side of the United States
  • Valley Forge

    Valley Forge
    Washington's army leaves Valley Forge
  • 8,000 troops

    8,000 troops
    Clinton and 8,000 troop's from New York land at Charleston, South Carolina
  • Seige of Yorktown

    Seige of Yorktown
    The date of when Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown
  • The Treaty of Paris

    The Treaty of Paris
  • General George Washington leaves New York City

  • The u.s constitution signed

    The u.s constitution signed