Boston Port Act

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Boston Port Act - The Boston Port Act, one of the so-called Intolerable Acts passed by  Parliament in 1774, resolved to close the Port of Boston until the East India Company  was compensated for tea destroyed during the Boston Tea Party. It was met with stiff  opposition throughout the colonies.  Civil War - The Civil War, fought between 1861 and 1865, was a battle to determine the  fate of slavery and union in America. Under the stern leadership of Abraham Lincoln,  union was eventually preserved, and slavery was abolished per the Thirteenth  Amendment.   First Continental Congress - The First Continental Congress was held at Philadelphia in  1774. An attempt to bring cohesion to colonial dissent, it was followed by the more  radical Second Continental Congress, which began the following year.  Second Continental Congress - The Second Continental Congress was held at 
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