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In the Beginning Taxation caused tension between the British and the colonists. The colonists harassed the soldiers verbally and physically.
While the townspeople were insulting the soldiers, someone yelled ‘Fire’ and the soldiers started shooting.
The Facts The Boston Massacre happened on March 5, Five were killed and eleven were injured. The first to die was an African-American Chrispus Attucks.
Defending the Enemy John Adams defended the British soldiers. Later he became the vice president and president of the United States.
Conclusion The Boston Massacre was an incident that sparked a rebellion by the colonists against the British. A heavy tax initiated the tension between the British and the colonist.
They won the French and Indian war, but parliament still had to pay for it.
The Townshend Acts Indirect (not directly paid to customs agents, usually just result in higher prices) taxes on goods such as lead, paint, paper, and.
American Revolution April 19, 1775-September 3, 1783.
How It Happened! Was the Boston Massacre really a Massacre even though the British killed five innocent colonist? Were the colonist really innocent? This.
Famous Faces. Born in 1735 in Braintree, Massachusetts Samuel Adamss younger cousin Graduated from Harvard Studied law and became a lawyer Lawyer who.
Guided Reading Activity 5-2 Building Colonial Unity Outline.
Trouble in Boston British are nervous – Send two regiments of soldiers to set up camp in the middle of town. – Colonists felt that this was too much and.
III. The Rebellion Era A. I have no idea what that word means… Rebellion Vocabulary 1. Salutary Neglect – A disinterest in enforcing laws. Englands pre-French.
Road to revolution. Proclamation Act 1763 Colonists must pay for protection from British army, for war just concluded, taxed without any say. Forbidden.
Ch 5 Towards Independence Purpose: What: Rebellion By: understanding what led to the American Revolution So : we know how rebellion affects our lives.
Unit II American Revolution. France Attempts Colonization King Louis XIV took interest in Overseas Colonies Established Quebec as “New France” Also Found.
Info on Warren G. Harding Warren (Gamaliel) Harding was born in Ohio on November 2,1865. He was an influential newspaper publisher. Between 1899 and 1903,
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The American Revolution From A to Z By Leah Hill.
Ch. 5, Sec. 2Building Colonial Unity Objectives Know why colonists and British soldiers clashed, resulting in the Boston Massacre. Know why colonists and.
What are the changes? Why do they happen? What is the effect?
Colonial Resistance: From Rebellious Belligerence to Political Consciousness.
From Empire to Independence: Part I An Overview of the issues that led to Independence.
The Space Race By: Kristen Tune Kaylee Henley 4/24/08 F.Period.
The Continental Congress Colonial leaders know they need more than boycotts So they have the first Continental Congress. Sept
The American Revolution 1763 – 1783 Section 1. Section 1 Moving Toward Revolution The Writs of Assistance: The Writs of Assistance: Blank search warrants.
Navigation Acts A British law which stated goods shipped to and from the colonies HAD TO BE carried by English ships.
A. Benjamin Franklin B. General Braddock C. Chief Pontiac D. George Washington Whos the man that was an Indian Chief who wanted to stop the loss of Indian.
BY JOSH. HE WAS BORN IN BOSTON,MASS HE WAS A SILVERSMITH LIVED WHEN ENGLAND CONTROLLED COLONIES BELONGED TO SONS Of OF LIBERTY WANTED FREEDOM FROM ENGLAND.
Reasons 1) Rising hostilities between the French and the English in the “New World” 2) Global war amongst all the colonial powers for control of trade.
Activity: Understanding Colonial Unrest U.S. History Standard TCI 3.3.
Essential Question What were the causes of the American Revolution? What were the causes of the American Revolution?
The American Revolution French and Indian War 1754 France and North Native Americans fought the British and Colonists. Battles were fought over the land.
The Proclamation of 1763 What was the Proclamation of 1763? Why were the colonists upset about the Proclamation? SS4H4 The student will explain the causes,
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