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In History
  • Proclamation

    The colonial should not move west of the Appalachians Mountains or then they would be violating the proclamation line. All colonial are banned.
  • sugar Act

    sugar Act
    The sugar law of 1764 reduced the tax on foreign production as an attempt to discourage smuggling. The British ban on printing colonial money to relieve the British.
    Halved the tax on molasses. The colonizers still smuggled molasses.
  • Stamp Act

    Stamp Act
    The Stamp Act required the people to purchase specially sealed paper for a legal document. Meaning that all people should buy documents with stamps.
    Congress of Stamp Law issued a bill of rights, which stated that parliament lacked the power to impose taxes on the colonies because the settler was not represented in parliament.
  • Repeal of stamp Act

    Repeal of stamp Act
    In 1766, the parliament repeals the law of seals; but on the same day, to clarify its power, the parliament issued the declaratory act.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    The British attack.
    The people boarded the boat and became the water line. Sam Adams and others qualified in this confrontation. the Boston Massacre, presenting it as a British attack on defenseless citizens
  • Boston tea party

    Boston tea party
    People decide that they won't pay taxes anymore on tea. so when they saw the British ship they decided to dress up like as native America and throw the tea in the open sea.
  • Intolerable Acts

    Intolerable Acts
    In 1774, Parliament responded to the Boston Tea Party by approving the intolerable acts. close the port of Boston.
    Thomas Gage went to keep the peace, with the people of Boston under martial law, or government imposed by the military forces.
    The colonies quickly put into action and assembled the first continental congress.
  • part 2

    In 1774, 56 delegates met in Philadelphia and drafted a declaration of colonial rights. They supported the protest in Massachusetts and declared that if the British used force against people, the colonies should return the same.