The Boston Tea Party was a symbolic event of the Revolution, but one can speculate with a good degree of certainty that it would not have occurred if not for the series of historic events in Boston and other colonies that preceded it. The Boston tea party was a result of The Stamp Act, The Currency Act, and The Tea Act. Since Great Passed these three laws it angered many of the colonist and resulted in The Boston Tea Party. The Currency Act was the first of many new laws that Great Britain had created that the many of the colonist angry. The Currency Act was a law the prohibited American colonist from using there own American money to buy goods from England.
February 10, 1763 Treaty of Paris (French and Indian War) The end of the war has come. The seven years war started by the British declaring war against France. The French had been expanding into the Ohio Valley creating conflict amongst the countries. With the signing of the treaty France lost a lot of land.
The Sugar Act, also known as the American Revenue Act or the American Duties Act, was one of the laws that led to anger, dislike, disagreement, and eventually revolution in Colonial America. Another effect was an increase in smuggling and crime in the colonies. The colonists did not want to pay the outrageous taxes so they looked for ways not to have to pay. A third effect was the colonists decided to stop buying luxury products from Great Britain and looked to local manufacturers for their products. They did this to avoid paying the high
Causes and Effects of the Boston Tea Party On December 16 1773, the Sons of Liberty led by Samuel Adams, conducted a union of Patriots to the Boston Harbor. King George had recently confirmed the Tea Act, which forced colonists to pay for unreasonably taxed tea. Furthermore, they plotted to boycott tea because of it. This boycott began the Boston Tea Party, causing many other crises after, leading to the Revolutionary War. By diminishing the tax on imported British tea, this act gave British merchants a biased advantage in selling their tea in America.
This was supposed to ease the tax restraints, but in the end, it created more taxes and conflict. The conflict began once the colonists first heard of the Stamp Act being passed by Parliament on March 22, 1765. The Stamp Act was to pay for stationing British soldiers in America to protect them and to pay off Great Britain 's debt after the seven years war. The minute news of the Stamp Act reached the colonies it was denounced with colonists crying “no
(The Sons of Liberty were a gang of the patriotic colonists). Seeing that the colonists weren’t glad and opposing the Tea Act. Colonist actions made the parliament angry and disrespected. The royal parliament decided to take a serious step ahead and enforced them the intolerable act. The Intolerable Acts as you know were in response to the Boston Tea Party.
The causes of American Revolution can be summarized into several factors. The first cause was British imposed its mercantilist monopoly authority to suppress colonies’ economic opportunity after the French-Indian War. Mercantilist discourages trade as the source of the wealth to manage the empire and its colonies. For most the parts are the Merchant class played an important role in the Parliament to make sure the colonies served the interest of British government and the merchant class. American Colonies played the role of providing raw materials and the transportation of processed goods in the triangle trade route, in return for the empire’s military protection.
Conflict in Ohio - Fighting often broke out between native Americans and settlers - Settlers vs. NA - Little Turtle of the Miamis and Blue Jacket of the Shawnees organized a resistance movement in 1791 - They were armed with British muskets and gunpowder, and drove the white settlers out of the area - President Washington sent General Anthony Wayne into Ohio in 1794. - Many native American groups gathered at Fallen Timbers ready to battle - They thought Wayne would have trouble fighting because there were fallen trees everywhere, nevertheless, he persisted, and beat the native Americans. - In 1795, leaders of many Native Americans signed the Treaty of Greenville. They gave up land that later became a part of Ohio.
They were sending the message that they would not pay taxes on their tea. The British were furious with the actions of the colonists and needed to impose a punishment for their rebellion. This came in the form of the Intolerable Acts. These acts were an attempt by Parliament to gain complete control over the colonists. The culminations of these events led to the breakout of the Revolutionary War just short of two years after the Boston Tea Party.
All European ports under the command of Napoleon were closed because of the fear of invasion. Because of this, the Spanish-American trade cut-off made America rely on Britain all the more. America hated this, and started the tries to become independent, which was one of the reasons for the War of 1812. Tecumseh: Tecumseh was a First Nations military leader in the War of 1812.
Road to Revolution6th periodBrooklyn Martin Paragraph # 1- introductionHave you ever wondered about the revolutionary war? The wonderful and crazy Revolutionary war was exciting time period. The revolutionary war had many events. Those events include the following: The Navigation Acts, French and Indian war, Pontiac's rebellion and Proclamation of 1763, The sugar act, The Stamp Act, Declaratory Act, The Townshend, The Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Party, and The Intolerable Acts.
In my opinion the one event that had the most significant role in the American Revolution was when the British made the Coercive/ Intolerable Acts. When the British made these acts, they cut off ports and a colony, and made a number of acts to punish the colonies. These acts made the colonist start an uprising against the British. These uprises lead to the colonist going against the British and starting the American Revolution.
The Mutiny Act of 1765 was were the colonist helped provision and maintained the army. The Sugar Act of 1764 was where they put a tax on sugar and molasses. It also established new vice-admiralty courts in America to try accused smugglers which cut them off from sympathetic local juries. The Currency Act of 1764 required colonists to stop printing paper money. The Stamp Act of 1765 was where all printed documents were required to have a stamp.
Navigation Laws and Salutary Neglect This is connected to grievance 16. The Navigation Acts were a series of laws passed to regulate trade and enable taxation in the colonies. They restricted colonial trade with countries other than Great Britain.