Download PDF by Allan Morey: A Timeline History of the Declaration of Independence

By Allan Morey

Through the 1760s, so much American colonists had develop into uninterested with British rule. They have been uninterested in the unfair taxes and never having the ability to create their very own legislation, and cries for revolution have been ringing out around the land. because the revolution took carry, Thomas Jefferson drafted a record that officially declared the colonies' independence.

The adoption of the announcement of Independence on July four, 1776, marked a huge turning element in US historical past. Over the subsequent 5 years, the colonists may struggle to make their independence a fact.

Explore the historical past of this significant rfile. music the occasions and turning issues that led the colonies to claim their independence from nice Britain.

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What would you say to make people believe that the law did not cause harm? June 2, 1774: The British Parliament passes the new Quartering Act. March 22, 1765: The British Parliament passes the Stamp Act, a tax on all printed-paper items. March 24, 1765: The British Parliament passes the Quartering Act, a law giving Great Britain the right to keep troops stationed in the colonies. April 27, 1773: The British Parliament passes the Tea Act. Sept. 1, 1764: April 5, 1764: The British Parliament passes the Sugar Act.

Pick one of the laws you have read about and write down your arguments for or against the act. From the point of view of a patriot, how would the law affect you, your family, and your friends? Would the law force you to do something you would not want to do? What would you think if you were a loyalist to British rule? How might you convince people that the act is fair? What would you say to make people believe that the law did not cause harm? June 2, 1774: The British Parliament passes the new Quartering Act.

What would you think if you were a loyalist to British rule? How might you convince people that the act is fair? What would you say to make people believe that the law did not cause harm? June 2, 1774: The British Parliament passes the new Quartering Act. March 22, 1765: The British Parliament passes the Stamp Act, a tax on all printed-paper items. March 24, 1765: The British Parliament passes the Quartering Act, a law giving Great Britain the right to keep troops stationed in the colonies. April 27, 1773: The British Parliament passes the Tea Act.

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