A system in which the Great Britain used; they export more than import to the colonies.
A law indicating that all the goods exported and imported would only be transported to Great Britain; aimed at their rival Dutch shippers, trying to be part of the American trade.
A time period where the British neglected the American colonists. An increase for independence.
A famous slogan used by the colonists against the Stamp Act and the Sugar Act.
The gathering of the delegates from thirteen colonies to discuss how to "tame" their Indian allies loyal to the British and to unite all the colonies to increase their defense against the French.
The French port in which General Braddock failed to capture after being defeated by a small French and Indian army.
The Treaty of Paris of 1763 ended the French and Indian War between the British and the French. France ceded all its territories to Spain and Great Britain.
A line in which Great Britain prohibits the colonists to settle beyond it; to solve the Indian problem first, to avoid any eruption in America.
Raising tax revenue for the British crown and increased the prices on sugars from the West Indies.
An assembly of twenty-seven delegates from nine colonies, join together due to the creation of the hated Stamp Act of 1765.
Required colonists to buy a certain paper for newspaper and legal documents: special watermarked paper.
Requiring colonists to pay for the troops stationed within their colonies.
The Parliament passed the Declaratory Act, stating that they have the right to bind the colonies in whatever extent they will have to do to stop them.
A series of acts passed by the British parliament convinced by Champagne Charley Townshend. Imposing taxes on glass, white lead, paper, paint, and tea. The Act also pay the salaries of the royal governors and judges in America.
An act of disliking any manufactured products or commerce from Great Britain and taking an interest of products made in their colonies; an act of rebellion against Great Britain. The Non-importation Agreements united the American people for thr first time.
intercolonial committees created by and inspired by Sam Adams.
The event in which Bostonians, disguised as Indians clumsily, they docked the tea ship and destroyed 342 chests and dumped into the harbor.
An act in which the colonists were punished for their act of defiance against Great Britain; Mainly in Massachusetts.
The closing of the Boston, stained with tea, until the damages are pain and order in Boston is restored.
Created to reorganize the territories/colonies way of governing.
The gathering of the delegates from each colony to address colonial injustices.
Prime Minister George Grenville claiming that all colonists are being represented in the Parliament.