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The American Revolution

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on 7 November 2012

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Transcript of The American Revolution

The American Revolution MAIN EVENTS The Boston Tea Party Continental Congress Conflicts Thomas Jefferson The Village Green in Lexington On April 19, 1775, British soldiers and American militiamen exchanged gunfire on the village Green in Lexington, Massachusetts. The fight spread to nearby concord. The Stamp Act In 1765, Parliment passed the Stamp Act. According to this law, colonists had to pay a tax to have an official stamp put on wills, deeds, and newspapers. In 1773, to protest an import tax on tea, a group of colonists dumped a large load of British tea into the Boston Harbor. In September 1774, representatives from every colony except Georgia gathered in Philadelphia to form the first Continental Congress. In 1773, british colonists dumped tea into
the boston harbor Thomas Jefferson
The Stamp Act
Boston Tea Party
Continental Congress
The Village Green in Lexington Thomas Jefferson was the author of the Declaration of Independence and was a true figure of the enlightenment On April 19, 1775, British soldiers and american militiamen exchanged gunfire in lexington
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