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Road to Revolution

Revolution

Albany Plan

French and Indian War

Pontiac's Rebellion

Navigation Act of 1660

Sugar Act

1764

1763

1754-63

1754

1660

Stamp Act

Boston Massacre

1765

1770

Tea Act

1773

Intolerable Acts

1774

First Continental Congress

1774

Declaration of Independence

1776

Quartering Act

1765

Second Continental Congress

1775

Common Sense

1776

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Description: The Tea Act was a British law that granted the British East India Company a monopoly on the tea sales in the Americas. It was another form of direct control and violation of rights.Analysis: This act angered the colonists as their rights were violated due to increased taxes on goods such as tea. Therefore, this tension led ultimately to the Revolution by sparking the Boston Tea Party so the colonists could express their resentment.

Tea Act

Description: Pontiac's Rebellion was an armed conflict between Native American tribes and British forces in the Great Lakes region. It was triggered by Native American resentment of British policies.Analysis: This rebellion showed the challenges the British faced in managing the Native tribes subsequent to the French and Indian War. Additionally, it motivated the British Crown to establish more control such as establishing the Proclamation Line of 1763. This lead to the Revolution as the rebellion angered the colonists due to over exeertion of power.

Pontiac's Rebellion

Description: This document declared the 13 colonies' independence from Britian and established the principles of liberty and equality.Analysis: This document is a symbolic and provide America with its democratic government. It also laid out the foundational rinciples of America such as popular sovereignty. Additionally, the Declaration of Independence was a result of all of the battles that occurred during the Revolution, depicting a moment of success for the colonists.

Declaration of Independence

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Description: The Quartering Act required colonists to provide food, shelter, and other provisions for British troops in the American colonies.Analysis: This act was another source of resentment as the colonists were not represented in the decision. Forcing colonists to house British troops triggered them to to revolt against the British and add to the grievances.

Quartering Act

Description: The Stamp Act required a tax stamp on document, newspapers, and other printed materials in the American colonies. Similar to the Sugar Act, it was a direct tax on the colonies.Analysis: This act infuriated the colonists because there were taxes they had to pay that were placed without their opinion. Also, this unfair act unified the colonists against Britain and eventually led to the Revolution.

Stamp Act

Description: It was a 9 year long conflict(7 years in the Americas) between the British and the French-Native alliance.Analysis: This conflict increased tensions between the British government and the colonies due to increased taxation and land disputes. The heavy taxes on various goods imposed stress on the colonial economies and led to protests, causing the Revolution.

French and Indian War

Description: The Albany Plan was a proposal put forth by Benjamin Franklin during the Albany Congress of 1754. It suggested the idea of forming a unified colonial government to address colonial affairs.Analysis: As an early attempt of colonial unity, the Albany Plan paved a way for future discossions about a republic government featuring cooperation between the colonies. This became a significant concept in starting and fueling the American revolution.

Albany Plan

Description: The Intolerable Acts, also known as the Coercive Acts, were a series of punishing measures imposed by the British government in Massachusetts in response to the Boston Tea Party.Analysis: These acts restriced the colonists from freedom as their harbors were closed and their self-government in Massachusetts was suspended. This created outrage and led to the FIrst Continental Congress, making the colonists unified and leading to the American Revolution.

Intolerable Acts

Description: This convention was a follow-up to the First Continental Congress and managed the initial stages of the Revolution by appointing George Washington as commander-in-chief and drafting the Declaration of Independence.Analysis: This convention of people provided a central authority for the colonies during the early stages of the war and unified them against the British crown, leading tot he American Revolution.

Second Continental Congress

Description: This gathering focused to address the grievances against the British policies. This marked the first coordinated effort to respond British actions.Analysis: The congress illustrated the growing unity of the colonists against the British. It also played as a foundation of future collaboration and was one the causes of the American Revolution.

First Continental Congress

Description: Common Sense was a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine. It argued for American independence from Britain and the establishment of a republic. This pamphlet was very influential and widely read by people in the colonies.Analysis: This pamphlet played a major role in galvanizing support for independence. It also motivated colonists to adopt a self-government based political system and was influential in making the colonists create the Declaration of Independence later. Additionally, this pamphlet unified the colonists to fight the war together.

Common Sense

Description: The Sugar Act, also known as the Revenue Act, was a British law that imposed taxes on sugar and other imported goods into the Americas in order to raised revenue. One of the first acts that directly taxed colonists. Analysis: This act contributed to resistance from colonists as they believed that their rights were violated and that they are being taxed without their consent. This was early forms of taxation without representation which led to the Revolution.

Sugar Act

Description: The Navigation Act of 1660 was a British law aimed at regulating trade within the American colonies. The British propagated a scheme that would restrict exchange of goods to only Great Britain and it's colonies.Analysis: The Navigation Act of 1660 aimed to benefit British merchants and promotes the idea of mercantilism. As a result, these restrictions led to colonial resentment and were among the leading factors to tensions that would eventually lead to the American Revolution.

Navigation Act of 1660

That is the road to the historic revolution that gave freedom to the people of America. The Revolutionary War was a tough journey but the American colonies pulled through and got the victory!

Description: The Boston Massacre was when British soldiers opened fire into a colonist crowd, killing five and injuring several. This event was preceded by great tension between the colonists and Britain.Analysis: This event further promoted the anti-British idea in the American colonies. It was also used as propaganda by leaders to unify the colonists, which was one of the major causes of the Revolution.

Boston Massacre