Causes of the American Revolution (SS8H3a) How were the American colonists becoming independent from Great Britain?



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Causes of the American Revolution (SS8H3a)
How were the American colonists becoming independent from Great Britain?

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Although the British defeated the French in 1763, they had two remaining problems:

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Colonist protested that the British violated a basic right of every Englishman, “No ________________ without ______________________!!”


  1. French and Indian War ____ A. tax on sugar, coffee, and other imports

  2. Proclamation Line of 1763 _____ B. punishment on Boston

  3. Sugar Acts of 1764 _____ C. colonist forced to feed and house soldiers

  4. Stamp Act of 1765 _____ D. five colonists killed while protesting

  5. Quartering Act of 1765 _____ E. costly victory for Great Britain

  6. Sons of Liberty _____ F. Parliament laws over colonial law

  7. Declaratory Act of 1766 _____ G. restricting colonist from moving west

  8. Boston Massacre _____ H. tax on paper

  9. Tea Act of 1773 _____ I. colonial leader organize and unite

  10. Boston Tea Party ____ J. protestors of British tax and laws

  11. Intolerable Acts of 1733 ____ K. tax on tea

  12. Continental Congress _____ L. colonist throw cargo off British ships







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