The Boston Massacre And The Boston Tea Party

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The cold, dark night of March 5, 1770 colonists had had enough. These colonists fought back for their writs to freedom. King George the third was sending more soldiers in on the colonists. This enraged the colonists, but what could they do to fight back. Well they used their surroundings. Kingstreet March 5, 1770 the colonists started the historical event of the Boston Massacre. Two young boys threw snow at the soldiers. They did this, because the King had been sending the soldiers in group after group constantly. The King was doing this to gain power. The colonists were frightened they didn’t know what to do. So they fought back at the soldiers. Starting with the two boys. The boys continued to through snow, and ice; while others were closing in. The soldiers shot into the crowd; killing three men, and injuring eight others.…show more content…
Before the Boston Massacre the Stamp Act/Townshend Acts. The American colonists were being taxed for their newspapers, and playing cards. The colonists were angered by this, and acted out against their king. As we know from the effects came the Boston Massacre. Yet there was another event before the Revolutionary War. This was the Boston Tea Party. In this event in history the American Colonists turned the harbor into the biggest grossest cup of tea. These were what the effects, and causes were before the Revolutionary War, and the Boston Massacre. In conclusion the Boston Massacre was one important event in history; before the Revolutionary War. The angered colonists of the Stamp Act/Townshend Acts, the Boston Massacre, and the Boston Tea Party. The American colonists that stood together. They stood as a strong people. This all lead to a final battle for
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