Didn't need search warrants to enforce searches of smuggled goods from the Navigation Acts
Prohibits colonists from going West of the Appalachian Mountains
A modified act of the Sugar and Molasses Act, to make colonists pay 6 pence per gallon of molasses.
Paper money used by Americans was rendered useless and illegal, and had to be traded for British currency
Every document needed to have a stamp that the Americans payed tax to
British soldiers could go into American houses and live there and eat the food
Basically said to colonists "We can tax you if we want to, we own you"
Imposed taxes on glass, lead, paper, paint, and tea(Everyday goods)
Agreement made by Boston traders and merchants, to not import or export to Britain
The event in which British troops killed 5 people in Boston, and injured many others
(two sides of the story)
A Group of Rhode Island men boarded, attacked, and set fire to British HMS Gaspee (Schooner), because it was because the ship enforced the Navigation Acts
British enforced the Americans to buy this horrible tea from the East India Company
A group of Americans dressed up as Indians, boarded a ship, and dumped what would be now known as 3mil$ worth of tea into the harbor.
Acts set against the Americans in Boston mostly, for the tea party
One of the most known is cutting off part of their livelihood
12/13 Delegates from the colonies except for Georgia, met in Philidelphia to plan against the Coercive Acts
Galloway's Plan to have the Colonies stay within the British Empire failed in the continental congress
Warning the people of Concord and Lexington the British were coming and were planning to take all of their supplies that could be used for a revolution(Guns, gunpowder, bullets, etc.)
Redcoats and Patriots clash at Lexington and Concord, leaving the first mark of the American Revolution
George Washington officially named commander in chief of the American Army,
One of the battles leading up to the American Revolution, and gave the British an outlook on what the Americans can do to them.