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5 Biggest Causes of the American Revolution. The 5 biggest causes of the American Revolution are the Proclamation of 1763, the Quartering Act, the French and Indian War, the Boston Massacre and the Intolerable Acts.What are the most important events in the Revolutionary War?
April 18, 1775: Two lanterns are lit in the Old North Church steeple to indicate the British are crossing the Charles River, and Paul Revere begins his ride.April 19, 1775: Battle of Lexington, won by the BritishApril 19, 1775: At the Battle of Concord the Americans introduce the British to guerrilla warfareMore items...What were the reasons for the Revolutionary War?
What were the 3 main causes of the American Revolution?The Stamp Act (March 1765)The Townshend Acts (June-July 1767)The Boston Massacre (March 1770)The Boston Tea Party (December 1773)The Coercive Acts (March-June 1774)Lexington and Concord (April 1775)British attacks on coastal towns (October 1775-January 1776)What was the major cause of the Revolutionary War?
What were the main causes of the Revolutionary War?The Founding of the Colonies.French and Indian War.Taxes, Laws, and More Taxes.Protests in Boston.Intolerable Acts.Boston Blockade.Growing Unity Among the Colonies.First Continental Congress.