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32. 33. Page 33. Lesson 12. Reviewing the Fraying Relationship. Lesson 12: Reviewing the Fraying Relationship. R. 33. L 32. Brainstorm the different events. O BJECTIVE:. I can recall and describe the key events which led Britain and its American colonies to armed conflict. W ARM- U P.

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Lesson 12

Reviewing the Fraying Relationship

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Brainstorm the different events

OBJECTIVE:

  • I can recall and describe the key events which led Britain and its American colonies to armed conflict.

WARM-UP

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Crisis in Massachusetts

From 1764 to 1775, Massachusetts became a center of colonial protest and British reaction.

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Crisis In Massachusetts

Use Lessons 10 and 11 to complete this handout

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Lesson 12: Reviewing the Fraying Relationship

Crisis in Massachusetts

From 1764 to 1775, Massachusetts became a center of colonial protest and British reaction.

Britain and the colonies exist peacefully, colonial assemblies manage local matters, salutary neglect

New king and Britain passes new laws (Proclamation of 1763) and makes colonists pay new taxes (Stamp Act)

Colonists protest taxes (burn stamps) and Britain repeals taxes

Britain passes duties on British imports (Townshend Acts)

Boston Tea Party shows colonists’ anger

Colonial protest results in Britain repeals most taxes, but leaves tax on tea and colonists must buy British tea only (Tea Act)

Boston Massacre causes anti-British feelings

Colonists protest taxes and boycott British goods

Parliament punishes Massachusetts by passing the Intolerable Acts

First Continental Congress supports Massachusetts, colonies form militias

Fighting breaks out at Lexington and Concord

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Review the Events Game

(Smart Notebook)

WRAP-UP

Which event do you think did the MOST to extend the crisis past Massachusetts?