Causes of the American Revolution (SS8H3a) How were the American colonists becoming independent from Great Britain?
Causes of the American Revolution (SS8H3a)
How were the American colonists becoming independent from Great Britain?
Although the British defeated the French in 1763, they had two remaining problems:
Colonist protested that the British violated a basic
right of every Englishman
, “No ________________ without ______________________!!”
French and Indian War ____ A.
tax on sugar
and other imports
Proclamation Line of 1763 _____ B.
punishment on Boston
Sugar Acts of 1764 _____ C. colonist forced
to feed and house soldiers
Stamp Act of 1765 _____ D. five colonists
killed while protesting
Quartering Act of 1765 _____ E. costly
victory for Great Britain
Sons of Liberty _____ F. Parliament
laws over colonial law
Declaratory Act of 1766 _____ G. restricting
colonist from moving west
Boston Massacre _____ H.
tax on paper
Tea Act of 1773 _____ I. colonial
leader organize and unite
Boston Tea Party ____ J. protestors
of British tax and laws
Intolerable Acts of 1733 ____ K.
tax on tea
Continental Congress _____ L. colonist
throw cargo off British ships
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