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    • timeline Kerwin
    • 1765
      • Parliament passed the stamp act in 1765.
    • 1765
      • 1765 grenville knows that his country needs money
    • 1766
      • Parliament voted to repeal stamp act in 1766.
    • 1768
      • In 1768 British warships arrived in Boston harbor.
    • 1774-1775
      • Henry was a delegate to the continental congress 1774 and 1775
    • 1772
      • Adams formed a committee of correspondence in Boston in 1772.
    • 1773
      • Britain punished the people of Boston. Boston was closed no ships would be able to come on go until the people of Boston paid for the tea they had destroy.
    • 1774
      • Colonial leaders met at the first continental congress in Philadelphia to decide how to oppose the intolerable acts.
    • 1778
    • 1773
      • In 1773 , committees of correspondence began writing about the tea act, a new law passed by parliaments.
    • 1774
      • In September 1774 representatives from every colony except Georgia met at the first continental congress in Philadelphia.
    • 1775
      • In march 1775 Patrick Henry made the most famous speech of his carrier
    • 1789
      • In 1789,george Washington was elected our nations first president.
    • 1770
      • The primary source, published in 1770,shows an original etching and an account from Boston gazette and country journal.
    • 1775
      • In 1775 the American revolution began
    • 1776
      • In 1776 the declaration of independence is signed.