The Revolutionary War was important because it helped America be free from England’s rule. The Revolutionary War started in Lexington the war ended in Yorktown, Virginia. The events leading up to the Revolutionary War were important because they determined the future of both America and England. Two of the most important events were the Stamp Act and the Boston Tea Party.
Boston Tea Party
The Boston Tea Party was an a very important event. People called the Sons of Liberty got on to England's boats and put tea in Boston harbor. They dress up as Mohawk Indians.The son of liberty dress like Mohawk Indians because if they did not dress up as Mohawk Indians and get caught by the British they would be sentenced to death. The …show more content…
The act put a tax on all paper documents such as: playing cards, newspapers, and legal documents. A special stamp was put on them to show the tax had been paid. Parliament was a governing body in England and they passed the tax. The American colonists were the ones who had to pay the tax.
The outcome was that at the end of the Stamp Act it helped the community of correspondence. In other words it helped the colonist speak and communicate with each other. Without the Stamp Act Committees of Correspondence wouldn’t of happened. It’s important because without it colonist could not speak to each other because it would've cost money to send the mail.
The Revolutionary War was a hard time for people especially for England because they lost the war. The Stamp Act was important because without it, Colonists could not speak to each other because it would've cost money to send the mail. Also without the Stamp Act, the Committees of Correspondence wouldn’t have happened.
The Boston Tea Party was important because the colonists did not want to pay for the taxes of tea so they rebelled against the British. Also the Colonists realized that they didn’t want to be a part of England. That why the Stamp Act and the Boston Tea Party were