Select the answer that correctly sequences the acts or events leading up to the

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17Select the answer that correctly sequences the acts or events leading up to the American Revolution. Stamp Act Congress > Boston Massacre > Organization of the Committees of Correspondence Boston Massacre > Organization of the Committees of Correspondence > Stamp Act Congress Organization of the Committees of Correspondence > Stamp Act Congress > Boston MassacreStamp Act Congress > Organization of the Committees of Correspondence > Boston Massacre 18“And so we stayed all winter [1759-1760], which was hard as we were only enlisted for six months by a proclamation issued forth by his Excellency Thomas Pownall ye Governor; and as was said we were to be dismissed by the first of November or as much sooner as his majesty’s service would admit…."An analysis of this excerpt from the diary of a colonial militiaman during the French and Indian War reveals some dissatisfaction with (A) the British crown . 19Which group organized and participated in mob action against the Stamp Act? 20After the French and Indian War, the British enacted a series of measures that affected the colonies. What was the Sugar Act of 1764 meant to accomplish?
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21The committees of correspondence met in Boston between 1764 and 1765 to encourage colonial (A) opposition to the Stamp, Currency, and Sugar Acts. Acompliance with passage of opposition to support of22The alliance with France was an important part of the United States' victory in the War for Independence. Choose the statement about this alliance that is NOT true. Great Britain had to fight the French in the Caribbean as well as in the United States. France signed a military alliance with the United States in part to avenge their defeat in the French and Indian War. France supplied the revolutionaries with soldiers and naval forces, as well as money. George Washington, along with the French, charged across the Delaware River in a surprise attack.
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