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Road to Revolution by Mind Map: Road to Revolution

1. Sugar Act

2. Boston Massacre

3. Stamp Act

4. Royal Proclamation

5. Quebec Act

6. Sugar Act

7. Townshend Acts

8. Quebec Act

9. Intolerable Acts

10. Royal Proclamation

11. Boston Massacre

12. Boston Tea Party

13. Sugar Act

14. 7 Years War

15. Boston Massacre

15.1. The Boston Massacre was the killing of five colonists by British regulars on March 5, 1770. It was the culmination of tensions in the American colonies that had been growing since Royal troops first appeared in Massachusetts in October 1768 to enforce the heavy tax burden imposed by the Townshend Acts. The first British troops arrived in Boston in October 1768 and from then onwards there was continuous antagonism between the people of Boston and the those trying to enforce the King's rule. The newspapers printed accounts of the 'atrocities' committed by the occupiers. British officers made every effort to prevent trouble. The trials ended quietly. One took place 8 month after the incident. The second decision resulted in two convictions. The jury assembled for the trial did not have a single Bostonian. Read about other interesting facts and compare the documents and witness testimonies.

16. 7 Years War

17. Townshend Acts

18. Stamp Act

19. 7 Years War

20. 1st Period

20.1. Royal Proclamation

20.2. Boston Massacre

20.3. Boston Tea Party

20.4. Intolerable Acts

20.5. Quebec Act

21. 2nd Period

21.1. Royal Proclamation

21.2. Sugar Act

21.3. Stamp Act

21.4. Boston Tea Party

21.5. Intolerable Acts

21.6. Townshend Acts

22. 3rd Period

22.1. Stamp Act

22.2. Townshend Acts

23. 4th Period

23.1. Boston Massacre

23.2. Stamp Act

23.3. Sugar Act

23.4. Boston Tea Party

23.5. The Royal Proclomation

23.6. 7 Years War

23.7. Intolerable Acts


24. 8/9th Period

24.1. Townshend Acts

24.2. Boston Tea Party

24.3. 7 Years War

24.4. Intolerable Acts

24.5. 7 Years War

25. the Quebec Acts was about the components such as the territory of the province was expanded to take overpart or idian reserve, including much of what is now southern ontairo , Illinois , Indiana, michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin snd parts of minnesota.

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26.1. Quebec Act