Great Awakening-Early 1700's church leaders feared that many colonists decication to their religiou was decling and that the religious commitment of previous generatio has been lost
-It changed religous, as well as social and political life in the colony
-women wore particular response to the message of the great awakeing
-Rivels were seperated by race
French and Indian War-French and British began making plans for another war
-In1754, 7 coolonies sent delgates to allbens
-They rejusted the allbany plans, the colonial government didn't
want to give up their indiuvidual athority
-French gannd allanced with Indians
Proclamation of 1763-Pohtiacs rebellion cause great conceren in the brittish government
-People Rebelling agaist brittish governement
-Colonist kept fighting and soon they would be Indian lands.
-The colonists got mad and the proclamation banned any further settlement west of the applaction mountians.
Sugar Act-It gave more money to the armies
-Colonists were broke
-Colonists began pritting fake money
-They need money so they were mad
-british helped them out and gave them money
Stamp Act-The first taxes were on stamps
-They protestes becuase they didnt want the taxs
-They kept protesting
-They were mad
-They had a law right to rule
Townsheds Act-They used taxed on the colonists
-They toke away taxes on everything
-Colonists began to be happier
Boston Massacre-Many Bostonians saw the presence of British troops as a threat by the brittish goverenment against it's ciltics in massachusetts.
-A lone brittish solider standing gaurd starting agauing with a colonists and acttacked him.
-The solides fired into a crowed, instantly killing 3 men.
-Samuel Adams and other protesters quickly spreaded the story of the shoting.
-They agued about if the troops been in the self-defined
Tea Act-British officials estimated that deposite continging boycott coniste brought several million pounds of tea each year.
-Not paying taxes
-They thiwe all the tea into the harbor
-Colonists were happy
Boston Tea Party-Beacuse they were taxed.
-They throw all the tea into the harbor.
-Three ships loaded with british tea arived in novermeber.
Intolerable Acts-Lord noth the bew british prime minister heard about the boston tea party and he was furious.
-The boston tea party.
-The colonists passed a coerive act, whitch they cant use the harbor until they pay off the cost of the tea.
-They diccussed the problumes faceing the colonyd and tryed to determine apprprite response to British abuses of colonial rights.
Battle of lexinton/ concord-Tensions wereiculary high in around boston massachusetts and the center of colonial protesters.
-On the events of april 1775, Revere and Williams Dawers received word that the brittish were crossing the charles river and marched toward the concord. The two men hopped on their horses and road through the country side warning the miniteman that the british were comeing.
-They were terified
Battle of Buncker hill-It was important because the colonists fought and retreated becuase they ran out of amo then British gained control of the breeds hill.
-Battle of concord
-The colonisits fought the british and retreated becuase they ran out of amo.
-They were mad
-Because the british genral retreated the british back to concord.
Common Sences-Paines argued for breaking away from great Britain.
-That around for 3 mouths colonists had brought around 120,00 copies
-Sales throughout the colonis and europe reached sam 500,00 copies
Battle of saratoga-That borgoyne didnt know that lowe was bogged down in pennsylvania or that force from western cananda had been delayed.
-They been outnumbered trrops clashed with the patriots at the battle of saratoga.
-Burgone suffered a major defeat to patriot under genrals hotatio gates and benedict Arnold
-Becuase the event will make one of the most brilliant pages of amaerican history
Battle of york town-Because the parriots prepared for an attack on General cornwallis weakness trrops.
-Brittish officer road right on before the army.
-The brittsih marched out playing their drums covered with black handker chiefs
-When york town surrenedered
treaty of paris-Wlhth Cornwallis surrender at york town
-A few battles happened after theat but, they were all minor
-In june 1781 a committee from the continental congress began serious peace fro mthe brittish