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CHAPTER 3 : THE AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE

3.0 Chronology of Major Events in this Period

1760 - 1820 - The reign of George III

1765 - Stamp Act; Stamp Act Congress Meets in New York; Quartering Act

1766 - Stamp Act Repealed by Parliament; Quartering Act.

1767 - Townshend Duties Passed; Dickinsonís Letters From a Farmer in Pennsylvania published.

1768 - British Troops sent to Boston.

1770 - Townshend Duties Repealed; Except for Duty on Tea; Boston Massacre.

1772 - The Gaspee Affair.


1773 - Tea Act Imposed; Boston Tea Party.

1774 - Coercive or Intolerable Acts; Continental Congress Meets in Philadelphia.

1775 - The Battles of Lexington and Concord; second continental Congress meets in Philadelphia; George Washington appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army; Battle of Bunker Hill.

1776 - Thomas Paineís Common Sense; Declaration of Independence

1777 - Articles of Confederation adopted by the Congress, but not ratified by all States until 1781.

1778 - U.S. concludes Military Alliance and Commercial Treaty with France.

1781 - Cornwallis surrenders to Washington at York Town, Virginia.

1783 - Treaty of Paris signed with Britain.

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Table of Contents

3.0 - Chronology of Major Events in this Period
3.1 - Causes
3.2 - The Events Leading tothe war of Independence
3.3 - The First Continental Congress
3.4 - The declaration of Independence
3.5 - The Course of the War
3.6 - War and Peace
3.7 - Articles ofConfederation
3.8 - The Formation and Ratification of the Constitution
3.9 - Points to Remember

Chapter 4





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