Road to revolution

Road To Revolution

  • Navigation Laws (1)

    Navigation Laws (1)
    The laws were to regulate the trade of the colonies just o increase the profits of the British. The laws were at first not renforce which just leaded to smuggling, but in the 1750 the laws where more renforce do to more redocats in America. This caused the Americans to rebel due to thier loss of money since Spain, France, ad other Europeans would pay better for American goods. British reacted to the American rebels by increasing the amount of army unites on the colonies to banish any mob or
  • Navigational Laws (2/2)

    for American goods. The British responded by sending More military unites to fight any colonial mob or other public event that was against the British Crown.
    MLA- "Navigation Acts." Weblog post. Thebritishbigbrothers. Wordpress, 8 Sept. 2011. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Molasses Act

    Molasses Act
    The Act was published to regulate the trade of the Americans to the Americans would trade only British sicne the Americans had to pay some tax to trade with other countries. The Act was similar to he Navigation Laws which restricted trade in the Americans which leaded the Americans to rebel. The Americans responded by smugguling molasses for it was cheaper. The British responded to the American smuggling by inforcing the act.
    MLA- "Molasses Act Text -December 25, 1733." Revolutionary War and Be
  • French-Indian War

    French-Indian War
    The War was fought in all continets between almost all European countries due to the Americans. The war leaded to the hatred between the British and the Americans and the beginnig of the taxes from the parliment. The war caused the Americans to feel more independent since they could hold down thier ground while the British responded by taxing the Americans since they were in a huge debt for protecting the colonies and fighting the French.
  • French and Indian war

    2/2 MLA-HPS Simulations: French and Indian War." HPS Simulations: French and Indian War. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Oct. 2013.
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    French and Indian War

    The War was fought in all continets between almost all European countries due to the Americans. The war leaded to the hatred between the British and the Americans and the beginnig of the taxes from the parliment. The war caused the Americans to feel more independent since they could hold down thier ground while the British responded by taxing the Americans since they were in a huge debt for protecting the colonies and fighting the French.
  • Proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation of 1763
    The proclamation was arrange to control and regulate the movement of the American colonist into the west. This leaded the Americans to feel that thier rights were strating to violated by the British. This caused Americans to have a hated towards the British. The British responded by controlling the Americans and strating more and more units into America to control the American people.
    MLA- "The Proclamation of 1763 - American Revolution." Map. The Proclamation of 1763 - American Revolution. Post
  • Committees of Correspondence

    Committees of Correspondence
    MLA "Steps to the Revolution | Committees of Correspondence | Event View." Steps to the Revolution | Committees of Correspondence | Event View. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Oct. 2013.
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    Committees of Correspondence

    They were meeting between the Americans that were intended to disscuse about current events and planning future events. This meetin were significant since they were mostly used by the Partoits to plan boycottin and other protest-like behaivor. The British were mostly unaware of this meeting since they were short lives and were not easly track down.
  • Stamp Act

    Stamp Act
    The Stamp Act was a way for Britain to collect revenue to pay the debt of the French and Indian War. This was the beginning to the taxation on the Americans. This caused Americans to demand a voice in Parliment for they couldn't dicusses thier perspective about the taxes. The British were a tough situation since they had a dept that was could have leaded to a revold in england.
    MLA- "Stamp Act 1765." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 30 Sept. 2013. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Sugar Act

    Sugar Act
    The Sugar Act used by the British to gain revenue from the American though this was a time of an economic depression for the colonist. The act leaded to the losses of significant icome for the Americans which leaded to many revolt amoung the colonies. The Americans-with a bad economy- was not completly worn down by the tax ut did made life harder so any colonist revolted against officials. The British responded by first supporting the tax but later removing it.
    MLA- Sanders, Heather. "Book Revie
  • Quartering Act

    Quartering Act
    The act wa passed which demanded that the Americans had to house redcoats. This act was by far one of the acts that cause poeple to change into patroit and radical whigs. The Americans became like bees after being bother. This was an Intoleatable act that Britain used to punish the Americans for the Boston Tea party.
    MLA- Brenda. "Sons of Liberty - Home." Sons of Liberty. Weebly, n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Sons of Liberty formed

    Sons of Liberty formed
    "Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum." Sons of Liberty. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Oct. 2013.
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    Sons of Liberty formed

    The Son were formed in the summer of 1765 (best data that could find sorry). The Sons were formed by the Radical Americans that were frustrated by British Officials which leaded to a movement of hatred toward English officials. The Americans used this organization to rebel aganist British Taxes and Laws. The British were caused to send more redoats in American to annihilate the organization.
  • Stamp Act Congress

    Stamp Act Congress
    The Congress was call to disusses about the act and the demand from the American that they wanted a voice in parliment. The Congress leaded to the slogan "No taxation without representation" which affected the American pulic to fight fore thier rights. The Colonis used this as an excuse to demand the annihilation of the Act. The British responded by ending the congress and having the counterargument of "Virtual Representation".
  • Townshend Acts

    Townshend Acts
    The Townshend Acts was to collect and to punish New York for not accepting the Quartering Act . This act affected the Americans by increasing its hatred towards the British. The colonist responded by revolting against the act and resistant against the British power. The British reforced it and fought the American resistance with thier redcoats.
    MLA- Wikipedia. "Townshend Acts." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 30 Sept. 2013. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Massachusetts Circular Letters

    Massachusetts Circular Letters
    This letter was a response of the Townshed act that was passed by the British. The Letter resemble a attempt to resolve the problem between the American and the British deplomaticly. The Americans responded by attemting to get the point across that the British Parliment was violating the right of the American people for not letting them have a right to have a voice in the parliment. The British- in the other hand- acted by negleting the letter an djust continuing the taxation to the Americans.
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  • Masachusetts Circular Letters MLA

    MLA- Chand, Rakashi. "Online: Object of the Month." Massachusetts Historical Society: Online Collections. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Boston Massacre

    Boston Massacre
    The British Redcoats open fire into an American protest. This event affected history by leading the cause of the Radical Whigs to be more favorable than the Loyalist to the Americans. This soon caused the Americans to be more revoltic while the British responded by becoming more strick by applying more military unites in the colonies.
    MLA- "Portrait of Crispus Attucks in Boston Massacre." PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Tea Act

    Tea Act
    This act was to gain money for the British to pay the debt. The act was once again fought by the Americans which made the Americans frustrated toward the British Parliment. The Colonist reponded by revolting the act like the ones before and after. The British reponded by first fighting the resistance of the Americans and eventually removing it.
    MLA- Pickle, Dill. "Events Leading up to Revolutionary War | Tea Act | Event View." Events Leading up to Revolutionary War | Tea Act | Event View. N.p.,
  • Boston Tea Party (1/2)

    Boston Tea Party (1/2)
    In this date the American "son and daughters of liberty" damage British property by dumping British Tea into the harbor to protest to recent tax of tea that was posted the British Parliment. This event became a primarly reason why the Brithis bacame more demanding of the American to submission to British power. The British soon shut down the Boston Hrbor from tarde until the American would pay for the products that were destroyed by the rebels.
    MLA- "Re: DownWithTyranny!" Web log comment. DownW
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    damage property. Soon the Americans became more radical due to this unfair acts upon the innocent Bostonians that were loyal to British rule.
  • Massachusetts Government Act

    Massachusetts Government Act
    The Act took political control to the colonial government in Massachusetts due the Boston Tea Party. The Acts was one of the Intolerable acts that punish the American colonist for their actions against the British Gov. The Americans reponded by acting more radical and becoming con-British due to the chuting down and other punishment to the American people.The British intended to punish the Americans to smoothen thier hope of changing the Parliments power.
    MLA- Massachusetts State Flag. Digital
  • Battle of Lexington and Concord

    Battle of Lexington and Concord
    The battle was the first battle in the American Revolution . It was the shot heard aroung the world. The reaction of the colonist was the beginning greater hatred towards the British, while, the British reacted by creating an idea that the Americans will be defeated soon for thier lack of strength.
    MLA- US National Archives. Battle of Lexington. Digital image. - Awesome Stories. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Second Continental Congress

    Second Continental Congress
    The Congress was an event that was made for the colonies to decided wether if they want to declare war and to declare that they are independent . This was crutial for it the decision would make history. The colonist responded by applying the idea that has war as started and by preparing for it. The British acted by preparing to send and sending troops-as well to end the rebellion.
    MLA- Second Continental Congress. Digital image. Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 25 Sept. 2013. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Olive Branch Petition

    Olive Branch Petition
    The petition was intended to explain the British that the Americans would put down thier arms if the British would forgive the Americans would not be punish for thier grivences. The event was significant as it resembled how confident were the Americans with thier hopes to be independent. The Americans intended to end the war before it leaded to something tragic of the colonies. While the British decline the letter for they felt betrayed by the colonist.
  • Olive Branch Petition

    MLA- Olive Branch Petition. Digital image. Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 24 Sept. 2013. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.
  • Declaration of Independence

    Declaration of Independence
    The event was the discussion of the American colonies in deciding the proper choice about war between the Americans and the British.The Declaration of Independence was an event that leaded the cause of the Radical Whigs and the Patroits which add them to be succesful. The colonist responded by beginning to raise up in arms while other decided to join the British. The British- in the other part- responded by hiring hessians and sending thousand of troops to the Americas.
  • Declaration Independence MLA

    Declaration of Independence. Digital image. Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 23 Sept. 2013. Web. 30 Sept. 2013.