King George III And The Colonists After The Revolutionary War

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King George III realized that they were losing control of the colonies, so he and parliament vowed to punish boston. In the spring of 1774, parliament passed the Coercive Acts, which were very harsh laws intended to punish the people of massachusetts. Then the Quebec act was passed later on, which angered the colonists furthermore. Colonists called the new laws, the Intolerable Acts. They were going to fight for the control of America, so the British soldiers were trying to destroy the artillery and ammunition of the colonists. At April 19,1775, British soldiers came, and were greeted by 70 minutemen with muskets. The both sides were firing at each other, and when it was over, 8 minutemen were dead. The British soldiers went to Concord

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