Chapter 5. Road to Independence. S-1:Revenue (incoming money). Mercantilist system: colonies were expected to serve the colonial power Bill for French and Indian War Small taxes won’t matter Brits paying even more. Sugar Act 1764. Placed a new tax on molasses (tri. Trade)
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Road to Independence
Dressed as BT officials
a citizen has his back turned2. there is a puppy in front of the civilians symbolizing their helplessness.3. a church behind the battle showing that maybe the soldiers had no regard for religon or church. since they killed people in the presence of a church building.4. A a building behing the soldiers it says "butchers market" is right above the soldiers referring that it was a slaugter.it all tries to give the idea that the soldiers committed a haneous crime.
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tea merchants and sell directly to colonists
tried in BT courts
readying themselves for conflict
seize and destroy artillery
who remained loyal to Britain
2.authorized printing of $
3.set up post office
5. Continental Army
George Washington as Commander
6.sent Olive Branch Petition to King
Hancock first to sign it.