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Events Leading up to The American Revolution

Several acts which regulate the issuing of money by the American colonist
An angry mob confront British soldiers in Boston. Five colonists were killed
The end of this war led to increasingly unpopular British policies against American colonies
This act forced the colonist to provide food and shelter for British soldiers when needed
This law required printed materials in America be on paper produced in Britain and stamped with a revenue stamp
This act allowed British East India Company a monopoly on tea trade in the Americas
A series of acts passed by Britain beginning in 1767 that taxed the colonies
A series of laws also called Coercive acts. Passed by Britain in response to the Boston Tea Party
A tax placed on imported sugar in the colonies
Patriots dressed as American Indians and dumped 90,000 pounds into the Boston Harbor