I think that the Boston Tea Party was the most important because when the sons of liberty dumped tea into the Harbor, about 1 million dollars worth of tea was in the Boston Harbor. The king had to pay for it and the King was still very broke. So that was important because they were boycotting the tea and that was hard work from England and Im sure England wasn't happy when they figured out tea has been wasted. Those are my reasons why the Boston Tea Party was probably the most important. And if that is not the most important act then I would think that it would be the quartering act.
I think the quartering act was the "seed" that was the most important. First, colonists had to feed, house, and clothe soldiers.This meant if the colonist had a bed the soldier slept there. Secondly, colonists had to approve of the law, so this was an infringement on their rights. Finally, this later lead to the Boston Massacre. That's why the quartering act is the most importaint "seed" of revoloution.
In my opinion the most important “seed” was the Boston tea party.
I belive it was most important seed because it lead to the intolerable acts.Which lead to the signing of the declaration of independence.There for the Boston tea party is most important
I think the most important seed is the Boston Tea Party. It is the most important seed because the tea party led King and Parliament to make the Intolerable Acts, and the Intolerable Acts were soldiers getting put back in Boston, the governor was the General of the British troops, and they blockaded the harbor. The Intolerable Acts led to the First Continental Congress. Which made the leaders of the Sons of Liberty to sneak out of Boston to go to the congress. Later when the general found out he went to go kill them in Lexington which is where the leaders of the Sons of Liberty were hiding. The news spread fast so the people of Lexington were ready for the soldiers when they came, and when the soldiers came the first shots were fired. So then later the Second Continental Congress happened, and that is where the Declaration of Independence was sign and the colonist declared war against the British. That is the most important seed of Revolution.
The most important seed of the War to me was the Quartering Act. This was when the Colonists came up with the saying "No taxation without representation!" The Quartering Act was where British soldiers got to stay in a Colonist's house and the Colonists where forced into house, feed, and cloth the Soldiers. This made the Colonists feel as if all of their rights were being taken away. After awhile, The Colonists and Soldiers angered each other and this is when lives were starting to be lost. Colonists were tar-and-feathering tax collectors and street fights started to happen. I feel like this is the most important seed because this angered the British and the Colonists the most of all other seeds and in the other seeds, they were angry at parliament but now, they are mad at each other. All this did was put lives on the line. Who wants to give their home up to a total stranger? After all of these street fights and tar-and-feathering, the Boston Massacre comes around.
I think the most important seed is the Boston Tea Party/ Intolerable Acts, because when this happened England and the colonies started to hate each other. First, because England sent over all that tea, and then the Sons of Liberty dumped it all off. They dumped $1 million dollars of tea. Second, once England put the coercion acts on the citizens of Boston, they got very mad, furious. Lastly, the rules England put on Boston made all the colonies want to rebel. Those are my reasons for why the Boston Tea Party/ Intolerable Acts are most important.
The most important seed of revolution was The Boston Massacre. I feel that The Boston Massacre was the most important seed because this caused the disagreements and tension between the British and the colonists to worsen. The Boston Massacre was a street fight where colonists were throwing whatever they could find at the British soldiers. A colonists threw a rock at a young British soldier. The British soldier fell and his gun went off and shot Crispus Attucks to death. Attucks was the first person killed in the Massacre. During the Boston Massacre, there were a total of 5 colonists killed. These were the first deaths in the struggle between the British and the colonists which increased the fight between them. That is why the Boston Massacre is the most important seed of revolution.
I think the 1st Continental Congress is most important. It was when the 13 Colonies teamed up against England. England was treating Boston badly so the other colonies felt bad. The colonies then made the Declaration Of Independence. they did not want to be a part of England any more.
I think the most important “Seed” was the French and Indian war. This was the most important seed because this is when the whole “Seeds of Revolution”started. If there was no French and Indian war we would not have the Proclamation of 1763 and Sugar Act. The result of England winning the French and Indian war was England got all of the land on the other side of the Appalachian mountains. Also, the French had to give up all of their land they had in North America. This is why the French and Indian war is the most important because it resulted in more “Seed of Revolution” which then lead to the Revolutionary War.
I think that the most important Seed of Revolution was the Boston Massacre. I feel this way because it was the first act of violence before the Revolutionary War, and because an engravement of the scene was published around the 13 colonies, which made it look like the British soldiers had shot the colonists for no apparent reason. I also feel this way because the first colonist to die was Crispus Attucks, a freed African slave, and it was bad to shoot him after being freed.
I think the most important Seed of Revolution was the Proclamation of 1773 because without it, the colonists would not have been mad at the king and soldiers. The Proclamation limited the colonists rights and took away the land they fought for, for 9 years. This caused the colonists to be angry at soldiers and it led to Parliament making the Quartering Act. This angered the colonists even more. Without the first seed of revolution, none of the others would have happened.
There are a lot things that got England mad and the Colonist mad. I think the Boston Massacre was the most important one. The Boston Massacre was the first time the English fired their guns the colonists. Again it is not the English's fault this happened. The colonist were making fun of the soldiers and throwing snowballs at them. One of the snowballs hit one of the soldiers and knocked him over causing the gun to go off. So the soldiers thought to shoot and they all shot and killed 5 people. That is why I think the Boston Massacre is the most important seed.
I feel that the Quartering act was the the most important seed, here is why. This act was published without the peoples vote and it forced the people of Boston, to just let the British into their home and if they did not, they would get arrested. This act forced the British Americans against their will's to feed cloth and house these troops. Not only did the people not vote on this law/act this was against the early Americans rights. Again like many other rights or laws, that the King George made this was against the, Magna Carta. This made the colonists have not only more anger but people that lived in Boston, that liked Britan and the King, started to reconcider which side they were on. This was the most impotant seed I think once again because, this lead to the Boston Massacre or the Intolerable Acts. That is why this in my brian is the most important seed.
I think that the stamp act was the most important "seed" because this was the first seed that everyone found out about that was taxation without representation. This was the seed that all the colonists got mad about taxes.
In my opinion the Boston Massacre was the most important seed. I think that because the soldiers killed five colonists and that made the other colonists mad. It also made the King and the soldiers mad because the colonist were attacking the soldiers. Another reason I think that it was the most important seed is because it lead to the Boston tea party which lead to the 1st Continental Congress.
I think the seed that was the most important was the quartering act. It was taking away your basic rights.One was who lives in your house and where you sleep. You would also have to buy extra food because there was a extra person living in your house. Those are some reasons for why I think the quartering act is the most important.
All the seeds lead to the war but I think the Boston Massacre was the most important. I think the Boston Massacre was the most important because a made a bad relationship between soldiers and colonist. I also think it is the most important because 5 people were killed and many injured. I also think it is the most important because it made all colonist made at Great Britain. These are some reasons I think the Boston Massacre was the most important.
I think that the most important seed is the First Continental Congress because it united the Colonies. And also it was a wake up call to the Colonies which made everyone ready for war. Plus it leaded to something very important, the writing of the Declaration of Independence, one of the most important moments in American history. Those are my reasons why the First Continental Congress was the most important seed.
I think the most important "SEED" was The Boston Tea Party. They dumped 1 million dollars worth of tea in the Boston Harbor, and the king was already super broke from the F&I war.
I think the French and Indian War was the most important seed because things that happened today is part of the past. People’s parents, parents, parents, parents, you get the idea. People that are alive today is apart of this world today.
I believe that the most important seed was the quartering act. I think this because this got the colonists REALLY annoyed. Their rights were being taken away! For example, their bed, their privacy, their food.. basically their house! That made the colonists annoyed with British. That's why the Quartering act is the most important.
I think the Boston Tea Party is the most important war, because first britain wanted them to add tax because they were broke. Another was that colonists felt like their rights were being taken away. Another reason would be other colonise felt bad for them and wanted to help. Next, The colonists dumped tea into the ocean. That is why I thought it was the most important seed.
I believe that the 1st Continental Congress was the most important seed, and heres why. Firstly, it was to talk about whats happening to the 13 colonies, and people realized how much the king has done to them. Secondly, hearing about this made the king mad and want to do more to the colonies. Thirdly, the colonies said if that things didn’t get better, they would meet again to fix things. But when they met again, they made the Declaration of Independence. Lastly, this was the seed that really encouraged each representative for each colony to go to the government and make their own army. All this, knowing that the thirteen colonies had a meeting against him really made the king mad. This is really what kind of declared war, and if not, this led to the Declaration of Independence which REALLY declared war. Those are the reasons why I think this “seed of revolution” was most important.
In my opinion the most important Seed of Revolution was the Boston Massacre. The colonist wouldn’t see the soldiers as the enemy or an insult to them, and probably didn’t agree with them; but were willing to listened to the British. If this wouldn’t happened the Boston Tea Party wouldn’t exist.
I think the most important seed was the Quartering Act. One reason was because colonists had to feed and take care of soldiers. This led to Boston Massacre because colonist's hated soldiers and they got angry. Also it felt like colonist's rights were taken away. Those are some of the reasons why this seed was important.
I think the most important seed was the Boston massacre because the colonists tried to frame the English soldiers by making them fire and getting them blamed on the Brits.
In my opinion, the French and Indian War was the most important seed of the American Revolution. After the war, the British wanted to protect the Colonists so they declared the Proclamation Act. They also started taxing the Colonists to pay off the war debt. This made the Colonists angry because they felt it was taxation without representation. In conclusion, the French and Indian War was very important because it impacted the British and the Colonists in many ways.
I think the most important "seed" is the Boston Massacre. The Boston Massacre is very important because it was the first time colonists and soldiers fought. It also made colonists and soldiers turn slowly to enemies which led to more fighting. Lastly, the soldiers accidentally shot five colonists that night that made the colonists furious. As you can see the Boston Massacre is a very important "seed".
I think that the Boston Tea party was the most important act. It makes sense why the colonists dumped all of that tea in the harbor, because the British were unjust in taking away the colonists rights. The main reason why I think this is the most important act is because it was the thing that really crossed the line on both sides, and I think was a huge cause to the Revolutionary War.
I think the Boston Tea Party is the most important seed in the American Revolution. I think this because it upset the most people. It shut down the Boston Harbor which made the colonists mad. Finally, I think it’s most important because it started the Intolerable Acts. Those are the reasons why I think it is the most important seed.
I think the Intolerable Acts were the most important seed. The colonists dumped one million dollars worth of tea into the Boston Harbor, this made the king mad so he closed Boston Harbor. Some people from different colonies thought the king was being unfair to Boston. That is what led to the First Continental Congress where all the colonies got together for the first time. This is why the Intolerable Acts are the most important seed.
One of the seeds of Revolution that was the most important is the Quartering Act. This Act went beyond what Thomas Gage requested. The colonists did not think it was legal as it seemed to violate the Bill of Rights which forbid taxation without representation. Also, this Act required Colonial governments to feed and shelter troops living in their colony. This became a problem when 1,500 British soldiers got to New York City. The New York Provincial Assembly refused to cover the costs of feeding and housing these soldiers. As a result, the British Parliament voted to suspend the Provincial Assembly until it did what asked by the Act. American colonists did not agree with this Act because they were being taxed to pay for an army that they thought was not necessary during peacetime, and an army that they were afraid would be used against them. These are some of the reasons why I think that the Quartering Act is one of the most important seeds of Revolution.
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