12 The Stamp ActThe Stamp Act required colonists to purchase a stamp for newspapers, pamphlets, legal documents, another items.
13 Colonial ResponseColonists formed the Sons of Liberty boycotted goods, and used violence to frighten tax collectors.Stamp Act Congress asked Parliament to repeal the act.
14 The Townshend ActsThe Townshend Act placed duties on imported glass, lead, paints, paper, and tea.This made it easier for tax collectors to get writs of assistance.
15 Colonial ResponseThe Colonists used boycotts, colonial legislatures circulated a letter protesting the acts, and the Sons of Liberty attacked homes of tax collectors.
16 The Tea ActThe Tea Act kept in place duties on imported tea and allowed British East India Company to export directly to the colonies.
17 Colonial ResponseColonists used boycotts and propaganda, held the Boston Tea Party, and destroyed tea shipments in some colonies.
18 The Intolerable Acts The Intolerable Acts: Canceled Massachusetts’s CharterMoved trials of colonial officials to BritainAllowed a new Quartering ActQuebec Act- which gave Canada control of the Ohio Region
19 Colonial ResponseColonists called for large-scale boycotts, published propaganda, and convened the First Continental Congress.