What I have learned about the Revolution Celina

To the left , The French.

The French and Indian War - At a time in the 1750's Britain and France had colonies in North America. The British wanted to settle in the Ohio River Valley and also wanted to trade with the North American's who lived there. French people liked to build forts so they could protect their trading with the Indians. Also , In 1754 , George Washington led his army against the French.

This is a protest to get rid of the Sugar Act

The Sugar Act - The Sugar Act which was also known as the American-Revenue. It was a revenue-act that the British past for Great Britain in April of 1764.

Patrick Henry's " If this be treason " Speech - In the year of 1765 the act that was recently enabled. The stamp act was the prime topic the American colonies.

Give me Liberty or give me death!

Townshend Act- The Townshed Act had multiple acts passed that started in 1767. The Parliament of Great Britain in relation to the British colonies in North America. These acts are name after Charles Townshed who was the Chancellor and Exchequer who proposed this Program...

This is one of the documents from the Townshend Act

Lexington & Concord - This first battle in April 1775 was when the British troops were sent to take colonial weapons then , they run into an untrained and angry military.

Lexington & Concord

Bunker Hill-June 17, 1775. This was early in the revolutionary war. The British defeated the Americans at the battle of bunker hill which was in Massachusetts.

Bunker Hill - These are the British going up the hill

The Battle of Quebec -The battle of Quebec was fought on December 31, 1775 between the American continental army forces & the British defenders of Quebec city... which was also early in the Revolutionary war.


The Treaty of Paris -The Treaty of Paris was signed in Paris , France on September 3 , 1783. This ended the American Revolutionary war. This gave the colonists their independence from Great Britain. The 13 states were now free to join together and become the U.S.A...

The Treaty of Paris

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