Revolutionary War- Crain, Tristian 5A

  • Treaty ending French and Indain War

    The French and Indain War was the last and most important conflict in North America before the Revoulutionary War in America. The French and Indian War broke out in America, and then spread to Europe in 1756.
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    Revolutionary War

  • Proclamation of 1763

    French and Indian War and ordered by King George III denied the coloists the lands west of the Appalachian Mountains.
  • Stamp Act

    Colonists protested he various acts/taxes passed by Parliment because they had no represation in Parliment.
  • Boston Massacre

    Colonists threw snowballs at and insulted a British guard more guards came, a riot developed and 5 colonists were shot.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Sameul Adams and Paul Revere threw chests of tea into the Boston Harbor.This became known as the Boston Tea Party.
  • 1st Continental Congress Meeting

    All the colonies except Georgia met in philedelphia to discuss pronlems with Great Britain at the First Continental Congress.
  • Battle of Lexington and Concord

    Paul Revere rode to warn that the British regularswere coming before the Battle of Lexington and Concord the irst arme conflict of the Revolutionary War
  • Declaration of Independence

    Life, Liberty, and the pusuit of happiness. People establish government to portect these rights. The power of government coes from the people.
  • Battle of Sarotoga

    The turning point is over 5000 British soliders and the France decided to help America to win Battle of Saratoga.
  • Victory of Yorktown

    The Battle of Yorktown is when the Continental Army was harrasing Charles Cornwallis and the 3 armies surrouneded British Soliders.
  • Treaty of Paris

    After 2 years Great Britain finally recoginized that the United States independent nation with the Treaty of Paris ws good.