||The British Parliment enacted
the Intolerable Acts (also called the Coercive Acts) on the colonies.
|| These were 4 acts to
punish the Americans in response to their acts rebellion.
The Quebec Act supplemented the Intolerable Acts by set up a government for Quebec and gave it the land west of the appalachians and north of the ohio river. Also allowed Catholics living in Quebec religious freedom and civil government.
||These acts were
enacted on all the American colonies.
||The colonist rebelled by sending
food and other supplies to help the Bostonians.
Representatives from all colonies except Georgia met in Philadelphia on Sept. 5, 1774 to discuss how to oppose british rule. This was the First Continental Congress.
The Intolerable Acts Made all the colonist want a revolution more than ever.
||The British wanted to punish the
americans for their acts of rebellion such as the Boston Tea Party.
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