Road to Revolution

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    The Road To Revolution

  • Proclomation Act

    Proclomation Act
    The praclomation was a law made by the British. The colonist were provented from moving into the land won after the French and Indian war. The colonist were very mad about this but they did not follow the law.
  • Sugar Act

    Sugar Act
    The Sugar act was a law passed by the British. The law stated that the colonist had to pay taxes and those taxes payed for a war and other goods. The colonist were very angry with the British for passing this law and thought their rights were being violated.
  • Currency Act

    Currency Act
    The Currency Act is when the goverment stoped making money. The colonist were angry with this law because there economy and trading were getting worse.
  • Stamp Act

    Stamp Act
    The Stamp Act was when the colonist were taxed. The colonist had to have a required stamp on their paper purchases to make notice they were taxed. The colonist were very mad that they past this law and they thought they were being taxed for items which should not be taxed.
  • Quartering Act

    Quartering Act
    The Quartering Act was when the government provided quarters for the arm. The colonist thought that doing this was a violation of the Bill of Rights.
  • Stamp Act Congress

    Stamp Act Congress
    The law Stamp Of Congress stated that freeborn Englishmen could not be taxed without their aproval. The colonist felt like they were just getting money stolen from them and they were very mad that this law was passed.
  • Declaratory Act

    Declaratory Act
    The Declaratory Act was when England were basicly able to do what they want to the colonist. The colonist were furious and thought it was a violation of their rights.
  • Townsend Act

    Townsend Act
    The Townsend Act was when the colonist were taxed for lead, paint, glass, paper, and tea. Quartering for the British army was also revived. The colonist were unhappy with getting taxed again and what their money was going towards.