what I learn about the Revolution War. Hannah Allmon

The Stamp Act.
The French and Indian War.
The Boston Tea Party.
The Sugar Act.
This is just the first episode that resulted to lives loss. Four dead because of the Red Coats.

Five things that lead up to the Revolution War is The Stamp Tax - The British was making the Colonist to pay Taxes but the Colonist did not want to. The French and Indian War - Fought between Britain and France in North America between 1756 and 1763, is also often referred to as the Seven Years' War. The Boston Tea Party - The Boston Tea Party took place on December 16th, 1773. It was a protest by the American Colonists against the British in regards to the tea taxes that had been imposed on them. This protest involved throwing chests of tea from three British trade ships into the Boston Harbor. The Sugar Act - Parliament passed the Sugar Act on April 5, 1764. The proper name of the Sugar Act is The American Revenue Act of 1764. The Sugar Act was an extension of the Molasses Act (1733), which was set to expire in 1763. The Boston Massacre - Tension over the presence of British troops in Boston led to the Boston Massacre, the first episode which resulted in the loss of life. Four Bostonian were killed when Redcoats fired into an angry mob.

The Seven Year War.
The Tea Act.
The Stamp Act.

Three war that happened is The Seven Year War - 1756–63, worldwide war fought in Europe, North America, and India between France, Austria, Russia, Saxony, Sweden, and (after 1762) Spain on the one side and Prussia, Great Britain, and Hanover on the other. The Tea Act - Their resistance culminated in the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773, in which colonists boarded East India Company ships and dumped their loads of tea overboard. Parliament responded with a series of harsh measures intended to stifle colonial resistance to British rule; two years later the war began. The Stamp Act - Was passed by the British Parliament on March 22, 1765. The new tax was imposed on all American colonists and required them to pay a tax on every piece of printed paper they used. Ship's papers, legal documents, licenses, newspapers, other publications, and even playing cards were taxed.

The results after the war was over.

Two outcomes of the war is that the French had no land all of there land went to others countries. Another out come was that the Americans had got some land but the British still had more land.

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