History timeline of French and indian war-Declaration of independance

By Kelciem
  • French and Indian war

    The French and Indian war was for the new land in America this war lasted from 1754-1763
  • Writs of Assistance

    Forced colonist to do services for government officials if needed
  • Proclomation of 1763

    After brittish colonist started settling in the new land the Brittish government set a law stating that no colonist are allowed to go past the Appalation mountains,to keep peace with the native americans who lived there.
  • Treaty of Paris

    The end of The French and indian war. the Brittish won against the french and the treaty of paris is the document that stated what lands where who's.
  • The Sugar Act

    The Brittish government taxed colonist on Sugar and other ingrediants like it.
  • The Stamp Act

    Brittish government taxed colonist on paper.
  • Townshed act

    Brittish government forced the act so colonist could not have town meeting.
  • The boston massacre

    Colonist,in an attemp of rebellion,Mocked brittish soldiers and then were shot at,some killed,some injered
  • Ouartering act

    An act stating That any brittish soldier could stay or use anything in a colonist home
  • Boston tea party

    The sons of liberty dressed up as indians and snuck on to brittish trade ships and dumped all the tea into the harbor
  • Intoleratable acts

    These acts taxed everything as an attemp of the brittish government to control the colonist.
  • Bunker hill

    The battle when the brittish captured Charles town in pennsylvania
  • "give me liberty" Speech

    This speech told by Patrick Henry to rally up colonist
  • Battles of lexington and concord

    Where the revolution began,the "shot heard around the world"
  • the Declaration of independance

    When Thomas Jefferson and everyone else that worked on the declaration sent it to king George the 3rd to Declare their independace to brittan and try to make things better with them
  • Common Sense

    Was a book to inspire colonist to be a patriot and why they should becaume independant