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The American Revolution Timeline

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Claudia Falconieri

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Transcript of The American Revolution Timeline

1760's
The American Revolution Timeline
1763
The French and Indian War ends in a victory for American Colonists and British troops fighting side by side. Britain decides to keep soldiers in America. To pay for the soldiers to stay, the British Parliament imposes taxes on the colonists.
1764-1765
The Sugar Act states that American colonists have to pay taxes on goods from Britain and other regions. The Stamp Act requires colonists to pay for an official stamp on all newspapers and documents.
1766
The Stamp Act is withdrawn after after violent protests
1767
Tea is taxed under the Townshed Acts. Furious colonists refuse to buy (boycott) British goods.
1768
Bristish Soldiers are stationed in Boston Massachusetts, to control the protests.
1770
The Boston Massacre takes place after British Soldiers are insulted. Five colonists are killed, two instantly. Six injured. The Townshed Acts are withdrawn, but tax on tea remains. Colonists smuggle in cheap tea from Holland.
1773
The Tea Act states that only agents appointed by the British East India Company can sell tea in the colonies. The
Dartmouth
, the
Eleanor
, and the
Beaver
sail into Boston with cargo's of tea.

December 16th, The Boston Tea Party occurs.
1774
The Intolerable Acts result in the blockade of Boston Harbor. More British soldiers arrive.
1775
The first shot of the Revolutionary War is fired in Lexington, Massachusetts. George Washington becomes leader of the Continental Army.
1776
Colonists adopt the Declaration of Independence.
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