government, King George III, and Massachusetts Colonists
the british closed boston's ports until resolution of the damages of
the boston tea party was made. second the Massachusetts Government Act
canceled the charter in the colony and was put under the general Thomas
Gage. next the Administration of Justice Act which some officials with
capital offences to stand trial in a different colony or great britain.
the next act was a old act being put back in place. it was the
Quartering Act which made people house british troops. the final act
was the Quebec Act of 1774 It cut of all fur trade between the Ohio and
the Massachusetts Colony
held the first Continental Congress
boston tea party
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