Stamp ActThe Stamp act was an act passed by the British parliament stating the American Colonists have to pay taxes on every piece of paper they used.
SIGNIFICANCE: The stamp act strained the relationship between the colonists and the British.
Townshed ActsTownshed acts were acts passed by the british toward american colonists stating new taxes, and less freedom.
Boston MassacreThe Boston Massacre was a street fight between the patriots who were throwing around snowballs, clubs, sticks toward the British army who were collecting tax returns. Multiple civilians were killed during this event.
SIGNIFICANCE: The Boston Massacre was significant toward the American Revolution because it united colonist against Britain. Which led to conflict for war.
Boston Tea PartyThe Boston Tea Party was a protest against Britain from the American Colonists dumping tea into the harbor. The reason for the protest was the taxation toward the colonists on tea.
SIGNIFICANCE: The colonist got in punished by the British using the Intolerable Acts.
Intolerable ActsThe Intolerable Acts were acts passed by the British parliament after the Boston Tea Party. These were used as a punishment against the colonists for acting upon a protest.
SIGNIFICANCE: Made the situation worse and caused the colonies to unite the colonies and join the First Continental Congress