Here are 10 of the many important events in the American Revolution
Proclamation Line Of 1763
The proclamation Line was the line that made everything to the west of the Appalachians to the native American.
It was a tax on printed materials like indigo, paper, and etc.
It was a tax on molasses
imported from other places
It was a kind of protest that colonists dressed as Mohawk Indians dumped 342 chests of tea on December 16
Boston Tea Party
All the 13 colonies except Georgia who were fighting Native Americans. This was where the delegates agreed to send a Bill Of Rights to the King. After a couple of months, the King hasn't even seen it ! This happened on October 26, 1774.
First continental Congress
After the king king rejected the Bill of Rights, after some time, the delegates met in the spring of 1775. Here, they signed the Declaration of Independence and declared America's freedom from Britain.
Second Continental Congress
It was the first battle of the American revolution. It was split up into 2 battles but they were fought for the Same cause, driving Thomas Gage out of Boston or hiding spots. This was successful and they were able to drive him out .
Lexington and Concord (April 19,1775
Also, known as Breed's Hill, this battle was fought on June 17, 1775. Since the Americans had the higher ground in Boston, the British wanted to force of the Americans. After several attempts, the patriots were running low on gunpowder and had to retreat.
Battle of Bunker Hill/Breed's hill
Battle of Saratoga, (The fall of 1777)the two Battles of Saratoga were a turning point in the American Revolution. On September 19th, British General John Burgoyne achieved a small, but costly victory over American forces led by Horatio Gates and Benedict Arnold.This was a big turning point,these troops were to move south and join forces with Gen. Sir William Howe's troops along the Hudson River.Americans had successfully rallied support to beat him.
Battle of Saratoga ( fall of 1777)
Treaty of Paris
This was the event that both America and Britain agreed on America's independence in France.