Slide 1: The Stamp Act By: Travis Adams October 1765 Slide 2: Where: This event occurred in New York.
Who: The Sons of Liberty was a group of Colonists who organized protests against the British Government. One of the members was Samuel Adams. Who And Where : How: People got tired of paying the Stamp Tax. when they bought a newspaper, or a pamphlet, or even to sign a legal document.
Why: When they bought a newspaper, or a pamphlet, or even to sign a legal document they had to pay the stamp tax. Then a man named Patrick Henry spoke to the assembly. He said anyone who paid the stamp tax was an enemy of Virginia. Another burgess accused Henry of treason. How And Why The Townshend Act : The Townshend Act April 1767 By: Alisha
Burnett : The event occurred in Boston, Massachusetts.
The people and group who were involved in it were: The Governor Charles Townshend, a man called Mercy Otis Warren and a group called Daughters of Liberty. Where and Who : The Townsend Act happened when people did not want to pay their taxes. They had to pay their taxes for tea, paper, glass, lead and paint to Great Britain. The people from Boston boycotted the products shipped over by the British. The Daughters of Liberty wrote an article on it too. How and Why The Boston Massacre : The Boston Massacre The Boston Massacre took place on March 5,1770. By Daniel Grim Slide 8: Where it happened and Who
was involved. This is a list of people involved
with this massacre.
Crispus Attucks, British Soldiers,
A group of teens, A group of
Boston citizens. The Boston Massacre took place in Boston Massachusetts.
On the streets of Boston outside a court house. Where it happened How and Why This Event Occurred. : How and Why This Event Occurred. How and Why it Happened - A group of colonists were calling a guard names and a group of teenagers were pelting him with snowballs. Then in the confusion British Soldiers shot 5 men and they were called the first tragedies of the American Revolutionary War.
It is reported that Crispus Attucks, a former slave, shouted “The way to get rid of these soldiers is to attack the main guard.” Then a group of British soldiers shot and killed 5 men including
Attucks. Slide 10: Boston Tea Party By Josh Conover December 16, 1773 Slide 11: The TEA PARTY! Samuel Adams, his cousin, and 7,000 Bostonians were involved. The event took place in Boston Massachusetts in the Boston Harbor. Slide 12: THE TEA PARTY The Bostonians dressed up like Mohawk Indians to dump the tea. They did this because they were tired of paying taxes and the British wanted them to unload the tea. Slide 13: THE EVENT
EARLY 1774. Intolerable Acts By: Angela Nicikowski Slide 14: WHERE: Boston, Massachusetts
WHO: King George III
The people of Boston WHO WHERE and Slide 15: HOW AND WHY? Because of the Tea Party, King George III and Parliament decided to punish the people of Boston. The passed the following laws. The Port of Boston was closed
Town meetings were banned
They were ordered to house and feed British soldiers The Colonists called these laws the Intolerable Acts Slide 16: September 5, 1774 The First Continental Congress By: Ally Gilmore Slide 17: The First Continental Congress was held at Carpenters Hall in Pennsylvania. Delegates from every colony, except Georgia went. Slide 18: It was held because the colonist thought the intolerable acts were
unfair and illegal. They formed a document to send to King George II requesting that they be able to make their own laws without having approval from the British. They also voted that Americans wouldn’t drink tea until the British would stop taxing it. Slide 19: By:Kelly Schadt April 18, 1775 Slide 20: Paul Revere rode from Charleston
to Lexington to Concord Paul Revere, William Dawes, Samuel
Prescott, The British, and Henry
Wadsworth were the people and groups
that were involved in this event. who and where Slide 21: How and Why Paul Revere wanted to warn
every one that the British were coming.
Paul Revere did this on a horse. Slide 22: Quote Paul Revere’s saying was,
“The British are coming!
The British are coming.” Slide 23: Battle of Lexington, 1775 By: Steven Kerschner Slide 24: The two sides involved were the Americans and the British. The battle took place in Lexington, Massachusetts. Battle of Lexington Slide 25: The Battle of Lexington The Battle of Lexington started when Paul Revere shouted “The British are coming.” Minutemen galloped from their farms in Lexington awaiting the war. Slide 26: The British knew they were out numbered. They only managed to destroy one cannon. After that the minutemen began to fire at the retreating British men. The Battle of Lexington Slide 27: YOU'RE INVITED TO THE BATTLE OF CONCORD IN APRIL 18, 1775 BY ANDREW PAXSON Slide 28: BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE BRITISH ARMY, THE MILITIA, AND THE MINUTE MEN IN CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS. Slide 29: THIS EVENT IS BROUGHT TO YOU BECAUSE, AFTER THE BATTLE AT LEXINGTON, THE BRITISH THEN MARCHED 5 MILES TO CONCORD. KNOWING THEY WERE BADLY OUT NUMBERED, THE 250 MILITIA MEN WAITED FOR ALLIES AS THE RED COATS SEARCHED CONCORD. THEY MANAGED TO DESTROY ONE CANNON AND SOME AMMUNITION. THE WOMENOF CONCORD KEPT THE WEAPONS HIDDEN FROM THE BRITISH.
THE MINUTEMEN, AIDED BY THE MILITIAMEN FROM OTHER TOWNS, CAME UPON THE BRITISH SOLDIERS, BLOCKING THE BRIDGE WEST OF CONCORD. MUSKET BALLS WHISTLED THOUGH THE AIR. THE MILITIAMEN WERE ORDERED TO FIRE AT WILL.
Click to see what happened next THE COLONIST FORCED THE WEARY BRITISH TO RETREAT. Slide 30: By Becky Axtell May 10, 1775 The Fall of Fort Ticonderoga Slide 31: Where: A Fort on Lake Champlain
Who: The Green Mountain Boys and Ethan Allen against the British Slide 32: The Green Mountain Boys crept past the forts light defenses. Allen woke the commander and demanded his surrender. “Come out you old rat,” he shouted. Without any blood shed, Americans had captured British canons and cut British support from Canada. How and Why THE SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS : THE SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS The date is:
MAY 3 through June 18 The Year is 1773 Independence Hall, Philadelphia : Independence Hall, Philadelphia The delegates of Congress headed by John Hancock met at: What Happened at the Meeting : What Happened at the Meeting Delegates prepared for war
George Washington was named commander-in-chief of the new Continental Army
A post office was started, so everyone could share news
Benjamin Franklin was appointed Postmaster General Slide 36: Battle of Bunker Hill By Jeff Kepner
The battle started June 17, 1775 Slide 37: Who Was In The Event And Where It Happened The battle took place in Charlestown, Massachusetts. People Involved:
The Colonists. Slide 38: How and Why The Event Occurred The battle of Bunker Hill happened because The British drove 1,200 militia to Charleston. The British seemed to have the upper hand in the battle. The British wanted to have the hills surrounding Charleston so they could fire on Boston. The colonists had to run to nearby Bunker Hill. Slide 39: Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776 Picture is of John
Hancock Slide 40: Where it occurred and who was involved It occurred in the Pennsylvania State House in Philadelphia.
The people that were involved were John Adams, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Roger Sherman, John Hancock, and Robert Livingston. Slide 41: How and Why The United colonies wanted to be free and independent states from Great Britain. They wrote a Declaration of Independence. After the Declaration was debated and approved, it was signed on July 4th, 1776. Slide 42: Battle of Trenton By, Stacey Betz December 25, 1776 Slide 43: Where: Trenton, New Jersey,
George Washington and the Continental Army,
1,400 Hessian Troops fighting for the British Where and who Slide 44: WHY? George Washington knew the British wouldn’t attack again until spring. HOW? George Washington planned a surprise attack on Christmas Day and the Hessians quickly surrendered! Slide 45: The Battle of Saratoga
By: Victoria Eckelberger Slide 46: WHAT= Battle of Saratoga
WHERE= Canada, heading South toward Albany, New York. Slide 47: Who General John Burgoyne, Benedict Arnold, American offensive, British troops, General Henry Clinton, General William Howe Slide 48: How and Why John Burgoyne, the British General, decided to capture the Hudson River Valley. This would cut New England from New York. That would be bad for the colonists.. After two months of fighting, the Americans won the battle over the British. Slide 49: What’s your important event called? Winter at Valley Forge!!!! Winter at Valley Forge!!
Winter 1777 BY: KELSEY KUZNICKI Slide 50: GENERAL HOWE AND HIS SOLDIERS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, GENERAL BURGOYNE, AND FRIEDRICK VON STUBEN TOOK CAMP IN VALLEY FORGE PENNSYLVANIA! Who was involved? Oh ok! Slide 51: OVER HALF of the troops died of sickness or cold. Some even retreated home. This left Howe and his troops hopeless! Troops before Von Stuben Howe and his soldiers took winter at valley forge at the turning point of the Revolutionary War. There Friedrik Von Stuben (a German soldier from Prussia) helped the troops learn the tactics of war, which helped the soldiers in the upcoming battle. (The troops didn‘t know a thing about war) Slide 52: QUOTE BY GEORGE WASHINGTON “YOU MIGHT HAVE TRACKED THE ARMY, BY THE BLOOD OF THEIR FEET UPON THE SNOW!” Slide 53: The Final Battle of Fort
Vincennes 1779 Slide 54: The place where this event occurred is in the Ohio River Valley.
The people who were involved with this event are the British, and George Roger Clark and his group of men. Who & Where Slide 55: How & Why This event started by the British. The British took Fort
Vincennes back from George Roger Clark. The Fort originally was the British's fort but Clark captured it.
Once Clark was notified, he planned to march with his men to the fort and take it back again. So as Clark planned, him and his men marched to Fort Vincennes in February 1779. When they got to the fort, they yelled and made the British think they had lots of men so the British surrendered. The Battle of Serapis v. Bonhomme Richard : The Battle of Serapis v. Bonhomme Richard It happened in September, 1779 By Jake Gearhart The Naval battle happened in the North Sea : The Naval battle happened in the North Sea The people involved were John Paul Jones, The British Navy , and the American Navy. Slide 58: HOW AND WHY IT HAPPENED
The American Navy was poorly equipped compared to the British Navy. The Bonhomme Richard faced the British battleship, Serapis. The Serapis was destroying them. When the British asked them if they wanted to surrender, John Paul Jones answered, “I have not yet begun to fight!” The Bonhome Richard sunk, but with the courage of John Paul Jones, the Americans boarded the Serapis. Then in the end it was the British who surrendered and not the Americans. Slide 59: By: Tyler Croll March 15, 1781 Battle of Guilford Court House Slide 60: The Battle happened in Guilford Court House, North Carolina.
The people involved:
General Cornwallis for the British
General Greene for the Americans
4500 American soldiers
2200 British soldiers. Who and Where Slide 61: In March 1781, at Guilford Court House, a Battle happened.
Cornwallis continued to fight using the shoulder to shoulder method, despite warnings from his men. This made them easy targets for the Americans to pick off one by one.
One-fourth of Cornwallis’s men died in this battle. The British won, however, only because Nathanial Greene and his men retreated.
This was the last stand for the British. How and Why Slide 62: The Battle of Yorktown October 17,
By: Valerie DeSilva Slide 63: Where? The Battle of Yorktown took place
in Yorktown which is located in Virginia.
Who? The people involved in The Battle of Yorktown include:
-Servant James Armistead
-French soldiers and
-British soldiers Below is a picture of
General Cornwallis. Slide 64: How & Why The Battle of Yorktown started when General Cornwallis asked his servant James Armistead to spy on the Americans, but he didn’t know James was already spying for the Americans. James alerted General Lafayette of Cornwallis’s plans and also gave Cornwallis false information about the Americans. Then Washington tricked Cornwallis into thinking he was going to attack New York. But instead the American and French soldiers surrounded Yorktown and blocked harbors with ships. There were more than 17,000 soldiers. When Cornwallis realized he was outnumbered he surrendered and that was the end of the Revolutionary War. Above is a
Washington. Slide 65: Treaty of Paris September 3, 1783 By: Samantha Smith Slide 66: Where: Paris, France Who: Benjamin Franklin,
and John Jay Slide 67: How and Why? The Treaty of Paris ended the Revolutionary War. The British recognized the USA independence.
The land west of the Appalachian Mountains became part of the United States. Florida was returned to Spain, an ally of the Patriots.
The USA and the British signed a treaty which now is called the Treaty of Paris. Slide 68: the Show!! Thanks for Watching!!