The Thirteen Colonies Rebel
Proclamation of 1763-
__________ law that forbade settlement
west of _______________________.
...
“No taxation ____________ representation”
James Otis
Colonies thought they had no _______________
in Parliament.
Virtual r...
1) import taxes on _______, lead, paper,
paint, & _______
2) established new system of customs
commissioners
3) __________...
gave them a _______________
Cheaper than smuggled tea
• Boston Tea Party
Sons of __________ disguised as __________
Indian...
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The thirteen colonies rebel cloze notes

  1. 1. The Thirteen Colonies Rebel Proclamation of 1763- __________ law that forbade settlement west of _______________________. Quartering Act- Colonies required to ____________ & _____________ British soldiers England is in debt- Very expensive for Britain to keep army in _____________. Impressment – _____________ Americans to serve in _________________. Mercantilist policy • Strict enforcement of _____________________ • Sugar Act – (1764) taxed sugar, etc. from anywhere except ______________, this discouraged _________ with other countries. • Currency Act (1764) outlawed _________ ________. • Stamp Act – placed stamp on __________ documents, newspapers, etc.
  2. 2. “No taxation ____________ representation” James Otis Colonies thought they had no _______________ in Parliament. Virtual representation – members of Parliament represented ______ people in the British Empire Stamp Act Congress protest sent to ___________ (____ colonies represented) Sons of Liberty group of ________________ Boycott – (_________ to buy) British goods Led to the repeal (___________) of Stamp Act DECLARATORY ACT Declared Parliament’s authority to make laws __________ on the _____________ colonies “in all cases whatsoever.” Townshend Acts Charles Townshend chancellor of the exchequer
  3. 3. 1) import taxes on _______, lead, paper, paint, & _______ 2) established new system of customs commissioners 3) _____________ New York Assembly Writs of assistance __________ warrants of any building for any reason Colonists began _________________ their own products In ___________ the Quartering Act was enforced Resentment of Br. Soldiers because they took away _______ from American workers Boston Massacre citizens ___________ Redcoats – fired into crowd of protestors 5 killed – Crispus Attucks the first to die • Townshend Acts ___________ (withdrawn) • Tea Act tax on tea to help Br. East India Co.
  4. 4. gave them a _______________ Cheaper than smuggled tea • Boston Tea Party Sons of __________ disguised as __________ Indians secretly threw 342 chests valued at $90,000 into Boston Harbor Committees of Correspondence • Groups organized by ______________ to keep up communication between colonies • Elevated events to “national” importance Coercive Acts - to ___________ the colonies Intolerable Acts - named by colonists • Boston Port Act – ________ the port of Boston • Massachusetts Gov’t Act - more power given to Mass. royal _____________ • Quartering Act - quartered in private ________ • Administration of Justice Act - Br officials tried in Britain, not in ____________ More troops sent to Boston to enforce the Acts

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