The Perfect Union.
December 9, 2014
The Tea Act- The British were taxed for their tea that they dearly loved.
The Stamp Act- When the Patriots were taxed for all paper printed products such as newspapers, marriage documents.
Boston Tea Party- The Patriots dressed up as Indians and pour tons of tea into the harbor as a protest to the taxes that
Boston Massacre- The Patriot shot insentient British people in act of a protest for all the taxes that were put on them.
Declaration of Independence- A document that declared independence for people that wanted it.
The Articles of Confederation- The original constitution.
The Sons of Liberty- A group of shoe keepers and artisans.
Patriots- People that were against the loyalists.
George Washington- First president of the united states.
Shay's Rebellion- An armed uprising in Massachusetts.
1786- Shay's Rebellion was an armed uprising in Massachusetts.
1732- George Washington's birthday.
1777- The Articles of Confederation was the first constitution of the united states.
1765- Sons of Liberty were created for the protest against the stamp act.
1776- The Declaration of Independence was signed for the peoples independence.
1764- The Sugar Act, was when the Loyalists taxed the patriots on food and bread that they would usually pay normally for.
1765- The Stamp Act, was when the Loyalists taxed the Patriots on papers such as newspapers and marriage documents.
1770- The Boston Massacre,when the Patriots got tired of all the taxing and finnally pretested against the taxes and shot many people 5 died.
1773- The Boston Tea Party, was when the Patriots dumped 340 barrels are tea into the Boston harbor in protest of all the taxes the Loyalists forced them to pay.
1787- Constitutional Convention, was when a group would discuss the problems going on in the united states at that time.
George Washington was a very well respected man that many people liked. He was born on February 22, 1732, in Westmoreland County, Virginia. George Washington pasted away on December 14, 1799, in Mount Vernon, Virginia from a throat infection called Epiglottis. Many people voted for George Washington when it came to picking a president for the country because he knew what people wanted. George Washington was the first of all 44 presidents of the United States of America. He was a good president that made choices that people agreed with and that is why so many people loved him and he always got voted over and over.
The Patriots have pours tons and tons of British tea into the Boston Harbor in protest of the tax on tea. The loyalists have been taxing the Patriots non stop and the Patriots cannot take it anymore. They have dressed up as Indians and have dumped and wasted 340 chests into the harbor because they are done with the taxes once and for all. The plan worked they finally stopped being taxed and were charged normally for things that usually would have taxes.
Here lies George Washington, born on February 22, 1732 and past away on December 14, 1799. George Washington was a well loved man who was a very important part of the growth of our country and of our presidency. He has made a big difference in the way our presidents now work in office. George Washington, before he moved out of the office he made a document that told future presidents how to make good choices and how to make they people of the United States happy and satisfied with the things that are happening in the country. George Washington will be greatly missed. R.I.P.
Aurora Colony Crumble cake-
2 c. flour
1 c. sugar
1 c. brown sugar
2/3 c. shortening
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1 c. sour milk
By the Numbers.
George Washington- First President and a great role model to others.
Stamp Act- when the Patriots were taxed by the loyalists on every stamped idem such as marriage licences, and newspapers.
The Boston Massacre- Patriots shot the loyalists and 5 died.
1786- Shay's Rebellion
The Stamp Act- the patriots were taxed by the loyalists on a lot of things such as marriage licenses and newspapers.
1732- George Washington's birthday
Sugar Act- The Loyalists taxed the Patriots on foods that they would ussually buy for normal price.
1765- When the Son of Liberty met.
1764- The American Revolution
1763- French and Indian War.