SS4H4 The student will explain the causes, events,
SS4H4 The student will explain the causes, events, and results of the American Revolution. a. Trace the events that shaped the revolutionary movement in America, including the French and Indian War, British Imperial Policy that led to the 1765 Stamp Act, the slogan no taxation without representation, the activities of the Sons of
Liberty, and the Boston Tea Party. After the French and Indian War, King George left British troops in the colonies to defend attacks against the new land and to ensure
that the colonists followed the proclamation. These soldiers were British soldiers who lived in With the colonists!
England. Where did they live in the colonies? The Quartering Act 1765 What was the Quartering Act? How did the colonists feel about the Quartering Act?
The Quartering Act required colonists to provide food and housing to British soldiers. Colonists were outraged that they were expected to provide for the British troops in their homes. The Stamp Act 1765 What was the purpose of the Stamp Act? How did colonists feel about and
react to the Stamp Act? After the French and Indian War, England was in debt, and needed money to pay for troops in the colonies. King George, III decided to tax the colonists as a way to raise money to pay for the war. CAUSE England needed money after the French and Indian war
EFFECT The Stamp Act was a way to raise money by taxing the colonists. The new tax required all the colonists to pay a tax on every piece of printed paper they used.
All printed paper products required a stamp: newspapers, books, shipping records, playing cards, school materials, bibles, psalm books, etc. DO NOT EVEN PONDER THE THOUGHT OF SELLING OR TRADING GOODS
WITHOUT IF YOU CHOOSE TO DISOBEY THIS LAW A SEVERE PENALTY WILL BE PAID Sample stamps that would have been required on all paper products Different products had
a different tax value. The stamp would indicate the amount of tax required for that document. Shillings and pence were denominations of English money, just like pennies, quarters, and dollars are
denominations for U.S. currency. Colonists did not like being taxed by Great Britain. Many felt that only their own governments in the colonies had the right to tax them. Colonists formed groups
called the Sons of Liberty to organize protests against the Stamp Act. Samuel Adams was a leader of the Sons of Liberty in Boston. Colonists burned the Stamp Act in protest. Liberty means freedom from being controlled by
another government. As a way to show their opposition to the Stamp Act, some colonists used a symbol similar to this one in the place where the stamp would go. A protest is a way to
express disapproval. The Sons of Liberty encouraged colonists to boycott paper products that required a stamp. Colonial merchants also began boycotting
British goods imported from It also has the protest stamp printed in the corner. This article says it will be the last publication of the paper until the Stamp Act is repealed.
As a way to protest the Stamp Act, people boycotted printed paper. The Philadelphia Journal stopped publishing the paper. Sometimes the Sons of Liberty used violence. They wrecked the homes of some of the British officials, and beat up some of the tax collectors. The colonies
didbecame not have What slogan representatives in the British popular at protests that government so they thought it
declared how the was unfair for that government colonists felt about to make them pay
taxes. Englands taxes? 1766 Parliament (the British government) repealed, or canceled, the Stamp Act
The Stamp Act SS4H4 The student will explain the causes, events, and results of the American Revolution. a. Trace the events that shaped the revolutionary movement in America, including the French and Indian War, British Imperial Policy that led to the 1765 Stamp Act, the slogan no taxation without representation, the activities of the Sons of Liberty, and the Boston Tea Party.
What was the purpose of the Stamp Act? How did colonists feel about and react to the Stamp Act?
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