A rebellion that turned into a war between Native Americans and the British forces after the Natives tried to attack Fort Detroit.
A law passed by King George III of the British government saying that the colonists can expand only as West as the Appalachian Mountains.
An act passed to enforce collection of taxes on molasses because after the Molasses Act was passed, the taxes were never really collected.
A direct tax requiring printed materials in the colonies to be printed on paper made in London with a embossed revenue stamp.
A tax on the colonists to to pay for quartering and provisioning of British troops.
Colonists of any age and gender that worked to protect the rights of the colonists.
A group of laws made to help colonists raise money to pay the salaries of governors and judges so that they would be independent of colonial rule.
An incident that led to the deaths of five civilians at the hands of British troops.
A group of people put together by governments of the colonies to arrange written communication with outside of British America.
A protest of taxes on tea where citizens dumped hundreds of chests of tea into the the harbor.
A document that listed the rights that the colonists felt they were being denied as English people.
A phrase that was written by Ralph Waldo Emerson to describe the battle of Lexington and Concord.
A document declaring the colonists independent from British rule.