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Pre-Revolution Acts Timeline

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By: Mia Gaddy Pre-Revolution Acts Timeline
EQ #1: How does colonization result in increased conflict?
EQ #2: How does colonization result in shifts of power? The Currency Act
1751 The Intolerable Acts
March-June, 1774 The Stamp Act
March 22, 1765 The Quartering Act
March 24, 1765 The Townshend Act
June 29, 1767 What was the Currency Act?
The Currency Act was the restricted use of money. Where did the Currency Act occur?
New England
How does this event result in increased conflict?
It results in increased conflict by causing New England to have a shortage of money. What is happening with the revolution at this point?
Paper money is being made but, people cannot use it.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
Nearby paper money is being printed. What was the Stamp act?
The Stamp act was an act the forced all documents to have a stamp on documents in order for them to be legal.
Where did the Stamp Act occur?
Grenville Why is the Stamp Act important to history?
The Stamp Acts is important to history because now we all use stamps to get our documents all over.
How does this event result in increased conflict?
People back then thought that paying taxes for stamps was outrageous. What is happening with the revolution at this point?
People are forced to put stamps on deeds, newspapers, marriage licensees, and wills in order to be legal.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
Georgia's stamps serve a single day in January 1766. The Tea Act
May 10, 1773 What is the Tea act?
The Tea act allowed East India tea companies to sell tea to americans.
Where did the Tea occur occur?
Britain What is happening with the revolution at this point?
Americans are able to drink tea.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
Americans are glad to have tea. What was the Quatering act?
The Quatering act was when colonies has to provide the needs of the troops.
Where did the Stamp Act occur?
The Quatering act occurred in Britain. How is this event result in increased conflict?
It cause 1,500 of the british troops to sail to New York because New York would not follow the act.
Why is this event important in history?
Even this act expired 300 years ago, this act provided the roofs over the soldier's head now. Before the act they had no where to live. Where did the Townshend Act occur?
The Townshend act occured in London.
What is the Townshend Act?
The Townshend act was to ask people to pay taxes on things like tea, glass, and other goods in the western hemisphere. What is happening with the revolution at this point?
People, in the western hemisphere, are allowed to import goods directly from the the the western hemisphere than but from England.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
A farmer from Philadelphia sends letters to letters to London. Plus, New York is being punished during the Townshend Act. What is the Intolerable act?
The Intolerable act is when Britain tries to take over Massachusetts.
Where did the Intolerable act occur?
The Intolerable act occurred in Massachusetts. What is happening with the revolution at this point?
Britain sends troops to Massachusetts so that the act will remain the way they want it.
What is happening with the revolution in the area?
Britain shits down Massachusetts' government and shuts down the Boston Harbor. How does this event result in increased conflict?
Britain was bold enough to take over Massachusetts but they didn't succeed.
Why is this event important in history?
It set an example for all the other colonies to resist the Intolerable Act. What is happening in the revolution at this point?
British government shuts down New York's legislature and merchants refuse to buy any of British's goods.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
New York resists paying anything for the soldiers. Why is the Townshend Act important to history?
The Townshend Act set up new ways to collect taxes.
How does the event result to increased conflict?
People thought it was kind of silly to pay taxes on extra things.. Why is this event important to history?
Without the East India tea company being allowed to export tea, it would be later in history until we would receive or create tea.
How does this event result in increased conflict?
Sailors have to stay on a boat for a certain amount of time to just export tea. Extra Resources (Besides Mrs.Anspach's Resources) http://www.historyking.com/American-History/timeline/1600-1799/american-revolution/Who-Fought-In-The-American-Revolution.html Colonization leads to increased conflict with the Currency act because in this act the citizens thought it were unfair for them not to be able to use this new form of money. Therefore the citizens of the colonies did not want to follow this act. How does colonization lead to increased conflict? Colonization leads to increased conflict with the Stamp act because the cirtzens it was not fair for the British to make them pay taxes for stamps. Even though they had to use them now to make any document legal, they still thought it was kind of pointless. How does colonization lead to increased conflict? How does colonization lead to increased conflict? Colonization increases conflicts with the Townshend act because the citizens that lived in the colonies had to pay taxes on extra things. Those extra things half of the time they really did not need. How does colonization lead to increased conflict? How does colonization lead to increased conflict? The Boston Massacre
March 5, 1770 The Boston Tea Party
December 16, 1773 http://poetry.eserver.org/paul-revere.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Revere%27s_Ride Paul Revere's Ride
April 18, 1775
What was Paul Revere's ride?
A poem and a adventure that tells of all the actions of Paul Revere.
Where did this event occur?
Paul Revere's ride occurred from Britain to Concord to Boston.
Why is this event important to history?
This event is important to history because Paul Revere warned the american colonists and the colonist were able to prepare before the British came. The Continental Congress
May 27, 1774 http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h650.html What was the Continental Congress?
The Continental Congress was the first government created in the US.
Where was the Continental Congress established?
The Continental Congress was established in the colonies.
Why is this event important in history?
This event is important in history because it was the first government ever used in the US. What is happening with the revolution at this point?
The first US government has been established.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
Britain shuts down the Continental Congress because of the colonies' resistance to pay taxes. Afterwords US came up with the Second Continental Congress. What is happening with the revolution at this point?
The colonists and the British are about to start the Revolutionary War.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
After the Revolutionary War the British declared war over its own people and America became its own. "The Shot Heard Around the World"
April 19, 1775 http://www.earlyamerica.com/shot_heard.htm American Revolution What was "the shot heard 'round the world"?
It was when a random gunshot was fired and no one knew who it was nor where it came from.
Where did this event occur?
The location of this event is known but the colonists thought it was Britain and Britain thought it was the colonists and they both shot at each other.
Why is this event important in history?
Like all US mysteries out there, this a type of mystery that everyone knew about but didn't see what exactly happened. What is happening with the revolution at this point?
Britain shoots at the american colonists because they thought that the colonists were shooting at them.
What is happening with the revolution in this area?
A lot of innocent colonists have been shot. Who is benefited by this power shift?
No one is benefited because no one knew who or where the gunshot came from and the american colonists were killed.
How does this event lead to shifts in power?
"The shot heard 'round the world" leads to shifts in power to Britain because even though they thought it was them they had a chance to fire at the colonists. With "the shot heard 'round the world" Britain gained power because they shot at and killed a lot of american colonists. Even though no on knew where it came from, Britain automatically assumed that it was the colonists. Now some of the american colonists are killed and Britain did what they thought was right. EQ: How does colonization result in shifts of power? Who is benefited by this power shift?
The american colonist were benefited because their preparations for war led them to win.
How does this event lead to shifts in power?
America is their own thanks to Paul Revere. With the Boston Massacre EQ: How does colonization result in shifts of power? http://www.kidspast.com/world-history/0363-the-shot-heard-around-the-world.php Colonization with the Quatering act leads to increased conflict because every colony was in agreement to supplying the nessecities needed for the troops. Except for New York. New York resisted to pay for anything that the troops needed that lead to increased conflict. With the Tea act it add a lot of increased conflict. The conflict arises behind the scenes with the people that actually have to be on board from India to send it to America. This could take several weeks and even months to just deliver tea. The good thing, Americans get tea, the bad thing it can take a long time for it to arrive. How does colonization lead to increased conflict? Colonization leads to increased conflict with the Intolerable act because the British tried harder and harder to take over one of the colonies but didn't succeed. After the colonists experienced this with the British is gave them a "lightbulb" to be ready at all times whenever the British try to strike again. http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jb/revolut/jb_revolut_boston_3.html http://www.history.com/topics/the-continental-congress EQ: How does colonization result in shift of power?
Colonization results in shifts of power with Paul Revere's ride because Paul Revere warned the colonists that the British were coming.Therefore the colonists were able to prepare for war. EQ: How does colonization result in shifts of power?
Colonization result in shifts of powers with the Continental Congress but the american colonists creating there own government. They knew that they were under Britain's rule for too long. Who is benefited by this power shift?
The american colonists are benefited by this because America got to rule over its own people.
How does this event result in shifts in power?
It showed that America can handle ruling over its own people.
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