US History

  • Proclamtion of 1763

    This proclamatiom did not allow colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains. The British government feared the conflict between colonists and Native Americans would lead to another war. They also could not afford to pay British troops to defend the western lands. Colonists were enraged by this proclamation because they felt they had won the right to settle in the Ohio River Valley after winning the French and Indian War.
  • Period: to

    Road to Revolution

  • uartering act

    This is a law passed by parliament in1765 that required the colonies to house and supply British soilders.
  • stamp act

    In 1765 law passed by parliament that required all legal and commercial documents.
  • townshend act

    A law passed by parliament that suspended New York assebly and established taxes on goals.
  • tea act and boston tea party

    the tea act was when you can buy tea from one company. The boston tea party was dumping of chests of tea into the boston harbor.
  • The battle of lexington and concord

    It was the first battle of the revolutionary war. British commander ordered the Americans to drop their muskets. They said NO. Then a shot was fired it whas known as the "shot heard around the world".
  • olive branch pettition

    It was a document that asked the king to restore harmoney between Britain and the colonies.
  • Declaration of Independence

    A document written in 1776, which the colonies declared independence for Britain