Revolutionary War

By alz2016
  • Colonists Resist

    Colonists Resist
    The british wanted more money by taxing the colonist. They enabled the sugar act to tax goods on the colonists and banned alchohal poducts. They also put out warrants to search peoples house daily.
  • Proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation of 1763
    King George forbade the American colonists to settle west of the Appalachins. This angered most of the colonist because they wanted to settle their. The colonists convinced the king to move the line further west.
  • Taxation without representation at issue

    Taxation without representation at issue
    Great Britin started taxing th americans and the americans gt fed up with all the taxes. They formed up an organization called sons of liberty and cut off trading with Great Britin.
  • Tax Dispute Debates

    Tax Dispute Debates
    The americans wanted say in the taxes. The british would not agree to that. The british also put out search warrents to search for wanted colonists. The Britishtroops arrived in Boston.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    Americans were strongly independent and wanted to do things for themselves. They didn't want to listen to Great Britian and that angered the British and caused the Boston Massacre
  • Patrioits Agitate: The Boston Tea Party

    Patrioits Agitate: The Boston Tea Party
    The british pulled in a ship filled with tea. Th patriots saw there chance to do something. So they dressed up in indians clothingand rushed toward the ship. They dumped all the tea into the ocean.
  • British RepressColony: Others Rally to its aid

    British RepressColony: Others Rally to its aid
    A crisis was in britain. So they a law called the Boston Port Bill. At the same time the Quebec act which allowed the french inhabitats, have religous freedom
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    The Americans were taxed without beinng able to represent themselves. So what the americans did was invade british ships dressed as indians and dumped tea in to the Boston Harbor
  • First Continental Congress

    First Continental Congress
    Each colony sent a delegate was sent from each colony to have an opinion on the British Government.
  • The congress debates independence

    The congress debates independence
    The americans took militia into the continental service and declared Georage Washington as comander in chief of the american forces. In spite of the military forces the idea of being seperated from England completely was still repugnant to some members of congress and some Americans. They came to conlusion that they could not forever remain in half frome England.