Causes and Outcomes of the Revolution
Part 1: Causes
Complete the grid by describing each pre-war event and explaining how it contributed to the Revolutionary War.
Contribution to the Revolutionary War
French and Indian War
A seven year war between Britian and France. The war was fought for control over North America. The French lost the war to Britian.
The English colonist did not need any protection of the british colonist from the French. The war caused higher taxes that had to be paid to Britain. This is what led them to the American Revolution.
The sugar act was passed in 1764. The Sugar act was when the British placed a tax on wine, sugar. This was done because the Britian needed more money to help them with the security for the colonists. The idea was to force the many colonists to sell the goods to Britian instead of other countries.
The Sugar act made colonists very angry. This lead to a lot of protesters against the sugar act, lots of violence against the British and eventually lead to the American Revolution.
The Stamp Act was passed by the British in 1765. The Stamp Act was a tax that was placed on printed paper such as; licenses, newspapers, and anything that was printed. The purpose of this tax would be to help pay for the protection of the American frontier.
The Stamp Act concerned the colonists, about the intent of the British parliament and lead them to the American Revolution.
The Townshend Acts was a series of laws in 1767 which placed taxes on lead, paints, glass, tea and paper. These laws upset the many colonists and raised many concerns of the colonists.
The Townshend Acts passed in 1767 made colonists angry, caused lots of violence between the colonists. This eventually after time lead them to the American Revolution.
The Tea Act was a tax that was passed o the American colony on tea that was brought in the...
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