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TAMU HIST 105 - Hist 105 11

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Hist 1052/11/2019Troops also had to find jobs while stationed in Boston, fights broke out between workers and soldiers 14 yr old kid was shot accused of being a spy. Boston Massacre, crowd assembled outside customs office, provoking inexperienced soldiers, 5 members of the crowd were killed and others were wounded. Parliament backed down allowed the prosecution of soldiers that shot, repealed all taxes except for tea. Tea Act of 1773, gave East India company an absolute monopoly over the sale of tea in the British empire. Reduced the price of tea in America. Leads to the Boston Tea Party, refusing to buy tea. Ships were carrying tea to sell to Boston, couldn’t find people to unload the tea to sell. Ships at anchor for 2 weeks crowd action group of Boston workers organized a raid on the ship in native American attire boarded the ships and threw all the tea in the harbor.Lost patience after Boston Tea Party, designed laws to punish Boston. Closed the port of Boston, trade to and from Boston was suspended until perpetrators were caught and apprehended. Suspended local representative government. General Thomas Gage, quartering act forcing town to pay for soldiers who have been sent there provide provisions and housing. Other colonies do care about the coercive acts and disband and dismantle representative self-government 12 of the 13 colonies will send delegates to Philadelphia to participate in the first continental congress. 2 factions, one committed to reconciliation and the other for independence. Reconciliation initially had the upper hand settle differences get the relationship back to what it once had been. The Galloway plan, grand council be created that would include representatives from each of the 13 colonies any future law having to do with America would have to be passed by parliament and council. Lose by a single vote, patriots faction get the upper hand, push down a set of resolution. Parliament has no power of colonies.3 phases, 1764-5 declare parliament general authority over America, Continental Congress parliament has no authority over America still loyal to King George the 3rd. Phase 3 renounce the King set up republicpower for the people. 20% of people who are willing to support independence. Only just and legitimist government is the one that listens to the people, agreement between ruler and ruled. People no longer have to obey. Right of rebellion was one of the natural rights as life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Coverture, legal idea that a women had no independent legal had no independent or legal power. Male dominated society.Ladies will rebel against male authority in America we will not hold ourselves bound by any law that we had no say in. Abigale Adams asserting women should have rights. Slavery was in decline in America tobacco was no longer a rising good. Slavery breaking down in Virginia. Crosser to sell his services to black smithing. Gabriel Crosser determined he would lead a struggle to finish American Revolution in Virginia ending slavery and giving political rights to poor white men, not sufficient land to vote. Recruit hundreds of followers to raise a large force to divide into 3 surround Richmond, seize governor JamesMonroe move against arsenal someone betrayed plan to white authority dozens were arrested and


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