Led to the American Revolution by Providing Great Britain with enormous territorial gains in North America but disputes over subsequent frontier polley and paying the wars expenses which led to colonial discontent.
Led to the American Revolution because the Proclamation forbade colonists from settling the land west of the Appalachian divide and new settlements farther in land would cost the government a lot of money in roads,protection, security, and local government.
The Stamp Act and TheQuartering Act
3/22/1765 - 3/24/1765
Led to the American Revolution because the stamps act was a direct tax on the colonists and led to an uproar in america over an issue.
" Taxation without Representation"
Led to the American Revolution because the american colonists resented and opposed the quartering Act not because of them having to house British soldiers in their homes but because they were being taxed to pay for provisions and barracks for the army.
The Declaratory Act and The Townshend Acts
3/18/1766 - 6/29/1767
The Declaratory Act was passed with the repeal of the Stamp Act to assert Parliaments authority to rule over the American colonies. members of parliament knew they had to repeal the stamp act because it had brought the British economy to a standstill after the Americans boycotted British goods.
The Townshend Acts were a series of laws passed by the British government on the American colonies. they placed new taxes and took away some freedoms from the colonists including new taxes on imports of paper,paint,lead,glass, and tea.
The Boston Massacre and The battle of Alamance
3/5/1770 - 5/16/1771
The boston massacre is considered the first battle of the Revolutionary war.
The battle of Alamance was the first battle of the American Revolution
The Tea Act & The Boston Tea Party
Act: It made Americans angry because of the insane taxation on tea.
Party: It was the key event for the Revolutionary war. It was the colonists first try to rebel against their government.
Intolerable Acts & The Second Continental Congress
Acts: The outrage that they caused instating the acts was a big push to the revoution.
Congress: The last try for peace with Britain.
The Second Continental Congress & Mecklenburg Resolves
Continental Trials: It was the last attempt for peace with Britain.
Resolves: It annulled and vacated all laws originating authority of the King or Parliament, and ended the recognition of the crown's power.
Halifax Resolves & Declaration of Independence
Resolves: Helped pave the way for the presentation to congress of the Declaration of Independence.
Declaration: The acts were a major part because they were written & passed to England complete control over the 13 colonies.