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Writs of Assitance allow the British to search American ships and buildings
1761
Sugar Act is passed
1764
The Battle of Lexington and Concord
April 19, 1775
Paul Revere, William Dawes, and Samuel Prescott warn the colonists that the British soldiers are coming
April 18, 1775
Mail Services between Boston and New York begins
1670's
Boston Massacre and all the taxes are stopped except the tea tax
1770
Plymouth Colony is Founded
1620
Stamp Act is passed
1765
Soldiers and ships arrive from France to aid the colonies
1780
British government stops all trade with the colonies.
Thomas Jefferson writes the Declaration of Independence
July 4, 1776
John Winthrop starts Mass Bay Colony
1630
Anne Hutchinson is banished from Massachusetts
1638
The First Continental Congress meets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1774
Battle at Bunker Hill
June 17, 1775
Peace Treaty between Britain and U.S was signed in Paris
September 3, 1783
King Philip's/Metacom's War
1675-1676
Salem Witch Trials
1629
The Boston Tea Party
1773
Ben Franklin is born in Boston, Massachusetts
1706
Quakers arrive in Massachusetts
1656
Revolutionary War
1775-1783
Townshend Acts are passed and Philis Wheatley, first African American, to publish a book of poems
1767
British government passes the Molasses Act
1733