Road to revolution Nevaeh Fredrickson

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  • Cause one French and Indian War

    Cause one French and Indian War
    Who fought on each side : French with Native Americans vs. British Colonies (British Government) Where :North America When: 1754-1763 Who won the war: The Thirteen colonies How is this a cause that led to war?: This led to war because the French and Indian war put Great Britain into debt which led to raising the thirteen colonies taxes.
  • Cause two Proclamation of 1763

    Cause two Proclamation of 1763
    Who issued it:King George The Third Who did it affect: colonists and colonial government When: 1763 What did the Proclamation do to the colonies?: they couldn't get land How is this a cause that led to war?: This led to war because the colonies wanted land but were unable to get it.
  • Cause three Sugar Act

    Cause three Sugar Act
    When was it enacted: 1764 How did it affect the colonists? It affected colonists because their taxes were raised. How is this a cause that led to war?: The Sugar Act led to war because colonists didn't want to pay more taxes because of a war they were not responsible for.
  • Cause four Stamp Act

    Cause four Stamp Act
    When was it enacted:March 22 1765 How did it affect the colonists? The colonists saw it as an attempt by Great Britain to raise money in the colonies without colonial approval. How is this a cause that led to war?: The Stamp act led to war because the colonists disagreed with Great Britain.
  • Cause Five Quartering Act

    Cause Five Quartering Act
    When was it enacted: March 24 1765 How did it affect the colonists? It required all colonial governments to give food and lodging for British troops and that led to taxes being raised. How is this a cause that led to war?: The Quartering Act led to war because they thought the new taxes were too harsh.
  • Cause seven Boston Massacre

    Cause seven Boston Massacre
    Who: Colonists and British troops Where: Massachusetts When: 1770 What happened and why: British soldiers open fired and killed 5 colonists after the colonists provoked the British troops. How is this a cause that led to war? This led to war because the colonists were angry at the British for killing 5 people.
  • Cause Six Tea Act

    Cause Six Tea Act
    When was it enacted: May 1773 How did it affect the colonists? Colonial merchants were not allowed to sell Tea. How is this a cause that led to war?: This led to war because it caused the Boston Tea Party.
  • Boston Tea Party

    Boston Tea Party
    Who: Sons of Liberty Where: Boston Harbor When: December 1773 What happened and why: Several of the Sons of Liberty dressed as Native Americans and poured 342 chests of tea into the harbor because Great Britain passed the Tea Act which only allowed British owned East India companies to sell Tea to the colonists. Outcome/effect: The outcome of this was that it caused a lot of money to be wasted.
  • Cause eight Intolerable Act

    Cause eight Intolerable Act
    Who:King George the Third Where: Throughout the Colonies When: 1774 What happened and why: King George wanted to punish the colonists because of the money that was wasted during the Boston Tea Party. How is this a cause that led to war? This led to war because colonists were mad at King George the third for punishing them.