Mass Historical Website:A Great source of primary sources and the coming of the Revolution
Pontiac's Rebellion
Royal Proclamation of 1763
"Reprinting" in Boston of the Virginia's Resolves
An Effigy Swings and a House Crumbles: The Stamp Act in Boston
Stamp Act Documents Boston
The Art of Persuasion: The Stamp Act in NY
Ben Franklin Stamp Act Testimony
Common Sense by Thomas Paine (Abbreviated by Teacher)
Thomas Paine: Common Sense
Letter from a Penn Farmer
The Events that Lead to the Decleration of Independence
Senator John F. Kennedy Read the Deceleration of Independence
The Declaration of Independence

American Revolution Key Battles Presentation A project of the Clairmount Institute
Creating the Declaration of IndependenceLibrary of Congress

By Thomas Paine

The Boston Mass

PowerPoint Presentation: The events that lead to the

Map: North American Holdings in 1750 (Britain, France, Spain)

Map: North America after the French and Indian War 1763

Anti Stamp Act Tea Pot sold in the colonies

Faneuil Hall - Samuel Adams statue (Kenyon)

"The Bloody Massacre" by Paul Revere

Paul Revere Grave Boston, MA (Kenyon)

Paul Revere Grave Boston, MA (Kenyon)

"The Shot Heard Round the World" Concord MA (Kenyon)

"The Shot Heard Round the World" Concord MA (Kenyon)

"Minute Men" Monument Concord, MA (Kenyon)

"Minute Men" Monument Concord, MA (Kenyon)
"Tis Time To Part" - Common Sense from Thomas Paine

John Trumbull "Declaration of Independence"

John Trumbull "Declaration of Independence"

Valley Forge, Penn where Washingtons army spent the winter of 1777-78 is a symbol of endurance. Albigense Waldo who was there wrote "Here comes a bowl of beef soup full of dead leaves and dirt. There comes a soldier. His bare feet are seen through his wornout shoes, his legs nearly naked from the tattered remains of an only pair of stockings, his breeches are not sufficient to cover his nakedness his shirt hanging in strings, his hair disheveled, his face face meager."