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    1) Boston Tea Party The Boston Tea Party occurred on December 16, 1773. Colonists had disguised themselves as Mohawk Indians and then they boarded about three ships. After so, they threw about 342 chests of tea that belonged to the British East India Company into the Boston Harbor. They did so because they were protesting on tax and tea. Similar incidents occurred in Maryland, New York, and New Jersey in the next few months, and tea was eventually wasted throughout the colonies. The British responded

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    the taxes that were to be imposed on them and how the raised money was to be spent. Britain repealed the Act in 1766 but as it would later turn out, the American Revolution had already begun. Boston Massacre: The Boston Massacre was an incident between the British soldiers and a crowd of colonists in Boston, Massachusetts. It took place on March 5, 1770, when a group of nine British soldiers opened fire on the crowd, killing five and wounding six men. The commander of the watch and his eight soldiers

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    wanted to do was to go back to Salutary Neglect. Also, it was the reactant of Intolerable Act. Before that, a lot of events occurred such as The Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea party. Various events led Revolutionary War. The American Revolution was so radical that changed social aspects of the United States. In 1768, British soldiers occupied the Boston. At that time, Colonies were begrudge

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    country. The American Revolution was an immense event in U.S history. There were many acts made by the British against the Americans in order to pay back debt from the French and Indian war. The Boston Tea Party was one of the major events during the revolution. As a result of this event, the Boston harbor was shut down and there were an increased amount of soldiers placed in the colonies. There were many positive outcomes for America after the revolution. America gained independence after this

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    and citizens. The Boston Massacre in 1770 was a result of the tensions that were building, the “patriots” gathered and attacked sentinels around the tax house. The Patriots began throwing rocks and snowballs, and while two of the guards were being attacked the first shot was fired, several others followed. This seemed to set a precedent of what American colonists could expect when faced with a angering situation. Following this came the tax-motivated Boston Tea Party. The Boston Tea Party’s actions

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    Thus leading to a skirmish known as the Boston Massacre and led many colonists to call for stronger boycotts on British goods. After parliament agreed to repeal all Townshend Acts the colonists ended their boycotts, not including taxed tea, and started to trade with British merchants again. Parliament passed the Tea Act of 1773 to help the East India Company from facing ruin and bypass colonial merchants to sell directly to shopkeepers

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    Samuel Adams was born on September 27, 1722 in Boston, Massachusetts and had passed away October 2, 1803. According to the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, he worked as a “Tax-collector; Elected to Massachusetts Assembly, 1765; Delegate to the First Continental Congress, 1774; Signed Declaration of Independence, 1776; Member of Massachusetts State constitutional convention, 1781; Appointed Lieutenant Governor of Mass., 1789; Elected Governor of Massachusetts, 1794-’97.” Samuels father

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    Puritan Elements

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    Such Puritanical elements consist of: men such like politicians becoming hypocrites; how when one has sex, they have committed a sin; and the secular power of the Christian Church in American politics. In modern America, religion has become a major party of modern society. It influences American politics, policies, and the way we perceive people.

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    soon affect his business. As a result of this situation, he became more politically active. Paul Revere was one of the leaders who took part in the Boston Tea Party, in which he and others dressed as Native Americans and dumped British tea into the ocean. Not only did he take part in the Boston Tea Party but he also worked as a messenger for the Boston Committee of Correspondence and the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. One of his jobs was to warn the minutemen about the invasion of the British

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    The British were taxing the colonists on sugar and tea. The colonists were not happy about this because they don’t want to pay the taxes. The colonists were mad and wanted to get revenge. There were three ships that were allowed to come into the Boston Harbor with tea on them. During the night, the colonists went to the ships. The colonists took the chests of tea and threw them all into the Harbor that night. This was the Boston Tea Party Act. This shows that violence was better than nonviolence

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