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Leading to revolution timeline study guide


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Leading to revolution timeline study guide

  1. 1. Leading to Revolution Timeline Study Guide (Test 3 8-2.1-2) When defining each of these events be sure to ask yourself these essential questions: What is it? What was an effect or outcome? How did it affect the colonist? And, how did it led to war between the American Colonies and England? 1751-1761: The Cherokee War 1754-1763-: French & Indian War 1763: Proclamation 1764: Sugar Act 1765: Quartering Act 1765: Sons of Liberty emerge 1765: Stamp Act 1766: Declaration Act 1767: Townshend Revenue Acts 1767: Samuel Adams Circular Letter 1770: March 5-Boston Massacre 1770: Townshend Acts are repealed; except tea 1773: Tea Act 1774: December 16- Boston Tea Party 1774: Enactment of Coercive Acts (Intolerable Acts) 1774: September 5- October 26- First Continental Congress meets October 14- “Declaration and Resolves” October 20: Continental Association (colonist agree to a boycott of English imports, effect an embargo of exports to Britain, and discontinue the slave trade). 1775: Massachusetts Governor Gage is ordered to enforce Coercive Acts and suppress “open rebellion” on the colonist by necessary force. 1775: April 19- Battle of Lexington and Concord