This Proclomation did not allow colonists to settle west of the Applachian mountain.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 tgus proclomation because they felt they had win the right to settle in the ohio reiver valley after wining the french and indian war.
  • quartering act

    parlimkent has passed this act. this was a cost-saving measure that requerd that the colonistsd to quarte, or house british soliders and provide them with supplies.
  • townshend act

    its a plan thast the parliment made, the king finance ministe, charles to a parliment that he had a way to rate in the colonial.
  • tea act/ boston tea party

    iin boston, soms of liberty were known as boston tea party.
  • intorable act

    the british called these laws tje corcive act, and it was so harsh so the colonists called it intolarable act.
  • battles of lexington

    The first shots starting the revolution were fired at Lexington, Massachusetts. On April 18, 1775, British General Thomas Gage sent 700 soldiers to destroy guns and ammunition the colonists had stored in the town of Concord, just outside of Boston. They also planned to arrest Samuel Adams and John Hancock, two of the key leaders of the patriot movement
  • olive brand petition

    John Dickinson drafted the Olive Branch Petition, which was adopted by the Second Continental Congress on July 5 and submitted to King George on July 8, 1775. It was an attempt to assert the rights of the colonists while maintaining their loyalty to the British crown. King George refused to read the petition and on August 23 proclaimed that the colonists had "proceeded to open and avowed rebellion."
  • decleration of independence

    The Declaration of Independence is the founding document of American history. It has been included among one of the most important documents ever to be written in the history of the United States of America. We refer to it still today as we recall the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. The following summary of the Declaration of Independence will briefly describe its content.