The Declaration of Indepenence

  • French and Indian War

    The war with the French and Britain happened in Europe. They was fighting because the British Colonists wanted to take over the French territory. The Native Americans started to help the the French because they thought the British was gone take over. Some how British won and took over most of the French land in North American.
  • Sugar Act

    The Sugar Act increased taxes. Every since the Sugar Act started they been having trouble with the tax. Grenville had to make a new tax because of the revenues were too low.
  • Stamp Act

    British would seal on it if public and legal document, newspapers, or pamphlets didnt have a stamp on it. Stamps cost money but every one (colonies) use to think they shouldnt cost at all. Stamps was used for mail to get to one place to another.
  • The Townshend Act

    The Townshend Act is an act of granting certain duties in the British colonies.
  • The Boston Tea Party

    The Boston Tea party was the final of the unpopular policies and taxes imposed by britain. It was a great day for the America. The struggled giving the some very famous . It was called East India Company.
  • Intolerable Acts

    The British government reap greater benefits form the colonies. The colonies was pressed with taxes.
  • Battles at Lexington and Concord

    Samuel Adams and John Hancock was arrestd that day by 700 soliders that Thomas Gage sent. He also sent the soliders to destroy guns.
  • The Second Continental Congress

    There was several delegates that meet up at the State House in Philadelphia. It was also members from the Second Continental Congress. It was a meeting requiring thinks that happen during the war.
  • Thomas Paine’s Common Sense

    As you know Feburary 14th is Valentines Day.Origin and Design of Government in General happened around this time to.
  • Declaration of Independence

    Thomas jefferson the man who came up with the Derclaration of Independence.Thomas wanted people to have there own rights. One of them was "right to rebel against the British government and establish their own based on the premise that all men are created equal and have the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness".