Events That Happened In The Road To The Revolution

What events happened in The Road to the Revolution? Many events happened in The Road to the
Revolution. The Revolution had many different acts during the time. The acts that happened were the Navigation Act of 1660, French and Indian War 1754-1763, Pontiac's Rebellion and
Proclamation of 1763, The Sugar Act 1764, The Stamp Act :1765, Declaratory Act:1766, The Townshend Act 1767, The Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Party:1773, and the Intolerable Acts:1774. Some of the acts were brutal in The Road to the Revolution. There are many historical events that happened in the Road to the Revolution. Here are the events that happened during the Road to the Revolution. Navigation Acts of 1660
Who wrote the Navigation Acts? The first of the Navigation Act passed under the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell in 1651.
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There were many historical events that happened during the Road to the Revolution. Some of the acts were brutal. Many people died during these acts. All of the acts allowed different things. In the Navigation Acts, British banned European countries from trading with American colonies. The French and Indian war, was a war that lasted for seven years, from 1754-1763. It was between England and some American colonies. Pontiac’s Rebellion began when a confederacy of a Native American warriors under Ottawa Chief Pontiac attacks British forces at Detroit. During the Sugar Act, Parliament passed a modified version of the Sugar Act, which was about to expire. The Stamp Act cost was relatively small. The Declaratory Act stated that the British Parliament’s taxing authority was the same in America. In the Townshend Act, Parliament decides to demand taxes. In the Boston Massacre, soldiers shot into a crowd killing five men. The Tea Act was passed making British tea cheaper than colonial tea. In the Intolerable Acts, British troops quartered Massachusetts’. This is my conclusion to the Road to the

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