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The Road to Independence (Chapter 2 PR APUSH)

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The Seven Years' War
1754-1763--Also French and Indian War...began Anti-British sentiments
Pontiac's Rebellion
1763--Ottawa war chief leads attack on colonies due to monopoly and raised prices
Proclamation of 1763
1763--forbid settlement west of Appalachian Rivers
Sugar Act
1764-- deterring molasses smugglers
Currency Act
1764-- Forbade paper money
Stamp Act
1765--...1 specifically aimed at raising revenue...2 affected everyone and literate... 3 taxed goods produced in colonies.
Stamp Act crisis
1765
Sons of Liberty form
1765
Grenville replaces Rockingham
1566
Stamp Act repealed
1766
Declaratory Act
1766--Britain's right to tax
Townshend Acts
1767--...1 taxed goods from Britain... 2 payed collectors with taxes... 3 more vice-admiralty courts... 4 suspended New York legislature... 5 'writs of assistance' search anywhere for smuggled goods
Townshend duties repealed
1770-- not tea
Boston Massacre
1770
Part Townshend Acts implemented
1772
Committees of Correspondence formed
1772
Britain gives Dutch East India Trading Company
1773
Tea Monopoly
1773
Boston Tea Party
1773
Coercive Acts
1774-closed Boston Harbor till tea was paid for
Quebec Act
1774-- expanded greater rights to Catholics and expanded Quebec territory
First Continental Congress
1774
Continental Association
1774
Battles Lexington and Concord
1775
Second Continental Congress
1775
Declaration of Independence
1776