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steps leading to revolution
they made us use their boats and charged us for it but didn't allow us to use our own boat to trade. they limited all trade and enforced different trade laws saying that we were not to trade with anyone but them
2nd part of solitary neglect.
they came back full force. the taxed the crap out of us enforced all the trade restrictions and laws that we didn't have to fallow for a couple years.
trade restrictions pt2
the British wouldn't let us trade with anyone but them. this way they got all the money and resources and we got minimal pay. as a colonist in this time you wouldn't hardly be able to make any money unless you lived in Georgia.
Briton was taxing the crap out of the colonies because they had to pay for all the wars they were currently involved in and or were trying to recover from.
the Boston massacre
here some drunk colonist threw a brick at a red coat and the red coats shot up the crowed of people and killed 5 of them
the british left us alone for the longest time while they were taking care of their african colonies and other wars along with giving the american colonies a break giving us time to actually trade with other countries and do what we want.
The battle of Lexington and concord.
in these battles it marked the finical point of the start of a war that nobody wanted. theses two wars were the beginning of the actual warfare.
the shot heard around the world
Someone shot their gun first in the battle of Lexington and concord. we don't know who shot first but the British thought it was the colonists and the colonists thought it was the British .
the Boston tea party.
the colonist started dumping tea in the Boston river to protest the taxes that the British were putting on them.
Briton putting the colonies into constant Marshall law.
they put is into constant Marshall law so they had constant controll over us. they then put into laws that they were able to take shelter in our homes and eat our food while they were their.