By Barbara Bigelow
A suite of annotated records with regards to the yank Revolution, together with speeches, autobiographical textual content, and proclamations.
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General immediately, he proposed the acts that Gage had problems getting the are associated with his name. The very colonists to cooperate, so at his next year, he died of “an incurable putrid request, Parliament passed the Quarfever,” most likely typhus, which is often tering Act in 1765. The Act ordered spread by fleas. colonial officials to provide living quarters for Gage’s soldiers for a period of two years. New York officials complained because the financial burden fell most heavily on New York state.
His formal schooling ended when he was fifteen years old, and the only subject he excelled in was mathematics. Although he was not a great writer and composed no pamphlets setting forth the rights of Americans, he left behind hundreds of letters and diary entries that began when he was sixteen years old. He inherited Mount Vernon, the family estate, on the death of his older half-brother in 1752. In 1759, he married a wealthy widow, Martha Dandridge Custis, and with her property now added to his own, he became one of the richest men in the colonies.
British Actions, Colonial Reactions 3 The British decided that the colonies’ share should be one-sixth of the yearly cost of feeding and housing the soldiers. To raise the money, Parliament, Britain’s lawmaking body, passed the Stamp Act in 1765. To Parliament’s complete surprise, the Americans strongly objected to the Stamp Act. Americans may have taxed themselves to help support British soldiers during the French and Indian War, but they were totally unwilling to allow an outside body—the British Parliament—to tax them for the same purpose.
American Revolution: primary sources by Barbara Bigelow