Revolutionary War

  • George Wahington

    George Washington was born on Febuary 22nd, 1732 and died on December 14th, 1799. He was the first president of the Unites States, on of the Founding Fathers of the United States, and the comander-in-chief of the Continential Army durning the Revolutionary war. George Washington wasa elected president in 1788 and served two terms in office (1789-1797)
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  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    On Febuary 10th, 1763, the Treaty of Paris was sighnedby the kingdoms of Great Britan, France, Spain and Portugal. It was signed after Britan's victory over France and Spain during the Seven Year's War.
  • Proclomation of 1763

    Proclomation of 1763
    On October 7th, 1763, the Proclomation of 1763 was issued by King George III. The pourpose of the proclomation was to stabalize relations between Native North Americans through reglations through trade, settlement, and land purchases on the western frontier, and also to orginize Great Britan's new North American empire
  • Stamp Act

    Stamp Act
    The Stamp Act of 1765 required people to pay taxes on newspapers, magazines, legal documents and other paper goods. The puropse of the Stamp Act was to help pay for British troops startioned in North America. The British enforced the Stamp Act because of their vitory in the Seven Years' war.
  • Townshend Acts

    Townshend Acts
    The Townshend Acts began in 1767. Charles Townshend (proposed the program) was the man the acts were named after. The Revenue Act of 1767, the Commissioners of Customs Act, the Indemnity Act, the Vice Admiralty Court Act, and the New York Restraining Act were five laws mentioned in the Townshend acts.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    The Boston Massacre was were on March, 5th, 1770, five men died and six people were injured by British Army soldiers. Eight soliders, four civilians and one officer were arrested and charged for murder.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    On December, 16th, 1773, the boston tea party was a political protest. Colonists disguised as indians destroyed the entire supply of tea by dumping all of it over into the Boston harbor
  • Quartering Act

    The Quartering Act of 1774 was an ammendment to the original Quartering Act. The Quartering Act was also known as by the colonists as "Intolerable Act."
  • 1st Continental Congress

    "The first Continental Congress was a convention of delegates from twelve colonies that met on September 5th, 1774." Twelve out of thirteen colonies and 56 people attended.
  • Paul Revere

    Paul Revere
    Paul Revere was born on December 21, 1734 and died on May 10th, 1818. He was a early industrialist, and american silversmith, and was a patriot in the American Revolution. Paul Revere is also famous for warning the Colonial militia that the Britsh were coming during the battles of Lexington and Concord.
  • Battles of Lexington and Concord

    Battles of Lexington and Concord
    The battles of Lexington and Concord were faught on April 19th, 1775. About 700 British army regulars were givin orders to capture and destroy military supplies. The night before the battle, they were also able to gain information about British plans. In Concord, around 500 "men fought and defeated three companies of the Kings troops."
  • Declaration of Idependance

    Declaration of Idependance
    The Declaration of Idependence is a statement by Congress signed on July 4th, 1776. When it was at war with Great Britan, it announced that the thirteen American colonies were idividual states not apart of the British Empire anymore.
  • Thomas Paine

    Thomas Paine
    In 1776 at the start of the American Revolution, Thomas Paine inspired Patirots to declare independance from Britan. He was an author, political theorist, revolutionary and political activist that lived from Febuary 9th, 1737 to June 9th, 1809.
  • Battles of Saratoga

    Battles of Saratoga
    The Battles of Saratoga were on September 19th and October 7th, 1777. In addition, the two battles were faught on different ground 9 miles apart south of Saratoga, New York.
  • Battles of Saratoga

    Battles of Saratoga
    The Battles of Saratoga were on September 19th and October 7th, 1777. In addition, the two battles were faught on different ground 9 miles apart south of Saratoga, New York.
  • Battle of Yorktown

    Battle of Yorktown
    The Battle of Yorktown was the last great battle of the Revolutionary war. It took place on October 19th, 1781, and two years later ended by the Treaty of Paris 1783.
  • Treaty of Paris 1783

    Treaty of Paris 1783
    On September 3rd, 1783, the Treaty of Paris was signed in Paris, France, ending the Revolutionary War between Great Britan on one side of the United States and its allies on the other side.