American Revolution Events

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    Currency Act

  • Albany Plan Of Union

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    French and Indian War

  • Writs of Assistance

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    Proclamation of 1763

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    Pontiac's War

    Natives attacked the british but failed to gain control, reulting in a war where 8 forts were attacked.
  • Sugar Act

    Put tax on imported goods.
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    Policy of Non-Importation

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    Stamp Act

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    Restraining Act

  • Townshend Acts

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    Coercive Acts

  • Boston Massacre

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    Comitees of Correspondence

  • Tea Act

    The tea act lowered taxes on exporting tea to America wihich was bad for the colonists since it undercut local tea merchants.
  • Boston Tea Party

    The colonists were angry that they were being taxed for tea. So the colonists dressed up like Indians and dumped millions of dollars worth of tea into the harbor.
  • Quartering Act

    This act meant that the colonists had to provide living quaryers and food for officers and soliders from England. This was bad for the colonists since not everyone could provide for the soliders.
  • Quebec Act

    Colonists wanted to make Quebec a better place so they made the act. Made Quebec safer and wealthier.
  • Olive Branch Petition

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    Prohibotory Act

  • New England Restraining Act

    This act required all colonies to trade with England. This was because King George wanted to keep the colonies dependent on England.
  • Lexington and Concord

    This event happened when the British were sent to take ammo and supplies from the colonists but they didn't like that and had a battle in Lexington and Concord.
  • Second Continetntal

  • Continental Army

  • Battle of Bunker Hill

    Goerge Washington heard that the British would be attacking Bunker Hill so they sent troops to get ready but unfortuanatley, they ran out of ammo.
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    Common Sense

  • Battle Of Qubec

    This was the battle between the continental army and British Defenders in Qubec city. This was the first major defeat for the americans and 400 men were taken prisoner.
  • Declaration of Independence

    This was the date the Declaration of Independence was signed and it declared independence from England.