August 31, 2020
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Proclamation of 1763
Quartering Act of 1765
Stamp Act of 1765
Boston Massacre of 1770
The Townsend act of 1767
The Boston Tea Party of 1773
Intolerable Acts of 1774
The Tea Act of 1773
The British had made new commandments not to pass the Appalachian Mountains but the Americans saw that as tyranny.
After hearing that the British could not pay off their debt the started to tax to buy a stamp for every piece of paper bought
Another act Britain put forth was the law to provide housing and suitable living conditions
This act was putting a tax on certain British goods like tea, paper, glass, and paint.
In 1770 a troop of soldiers were guarding a Boston customs house and the Bostonian's began to criticize the troops and throw rocks at them. The troops wanted them to leave but when the protesters moved forward in a panic the troops fired
Was one of the protests titles that were sparked by the tea act.
This was an act made by Lord North to save the British east India tea company from bankruptcy
These acts that were passed by parliament were called intolerable because of how harsh they were.
The Sugar act of 1764
This was the first act passed by Parliament to raise taxes to repay debt from the war.
Declaratory Act of 1766
This act stated that Parliament had the same amount of taxing power in America as he did in Britain
Writs of Assistance
This give any custom officials to search somewhere for smuggled items with out a warrant.
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