Origins of American Revolution

Origins of American Revolution - Road to Revolution...

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Unformatted text preview: Road to Revolution 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…” “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 The Basic Events Sugar Act (Revenue Act) (1764) The Basic Events Sugar Act (1764) Stamp Act (1765) What is America? “Virtual Representation” “Sons of Liberty” Stamp Tax Collector Hung in EfFgy The Basic Events Sugar Act (1764) Stamp Act (1765) Townshend Act (1767) “A Society of Patriotic Ladies at Edenton, North Carolina” “Homespun Cloth” Boston Massacre (March 5, 1770) Crispus Attucks and the “Boston Massacre” The Basic Events Sugar Act (1764) Stamp Act (1765) Townshend Act (1767) Tea Act (1773) East India Tea Company “Boston Tea Party” (December 16, 1773) “Now we must demonstrate, once and for all, whether we have, or have not, any authority in that country.” - Lord North (1773) The Basic Events Sugar Act (1764) Stamp Act (1765) Townshend Act (1767) Tea Act (1773) Intolerable (Coercive) Acts (1774) First Continental Congress (1774) and the Committee of Safety...
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