Origins of American Revolution

Origins of American Revolution - Road to Revolution...

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Road to Revolution
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Declaration of Independence: “When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another…”
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“I know not why we should blush to confess that molasses was an essential ingredient in American independence. Many great events have proceeded from much smaller causes.” John Adams
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The Basic Events Sugar Act (Revenue Act) (1764)
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The Basic Events Sugar Act (1764) Stamp Act (1765)
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What is America?
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“Virtual Representation”
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“Sons of Liberty”
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Stamp Tax Collector Hung in Effigy
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The Basic Events Sugar Act (1764) Stamp Act (1765) Townshend Act (1767)
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“A Society of Patriotic Ladies at Edenton, North Carolina”
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“Homespun Cloth”
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Boston Massacre (March 5, 1770)
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Crispus Attucks and the “Boston Massacre”
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The Basic Events Sugar Act (1764) Stamp Act (1765) Townshend Act (1767) Tea Act (1773)
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East India Tea Company
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“Boston Tea Party” (December 16, 1773)
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“Now we must demonstrate, once and for all, whether we have, or have not, any authority in that country.” - Lord North (1773)
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