The Boston Tea Party was a protest against the British government’s tax on tea. The Sons of Liberty staged the Boston Tea Party as a protest against the British government’s tax on tea.
The British government was not happy about the Boston Tea Party. They decided to punish the people of Boston. In response to the Boston Tea Party, the British government sent troops to the colonies. This was an attempt to enforce the Intolerable Acts and punish colonists for their actions. However, this move proved counterproductive because it further angered colonists who were already angry about British policies.
The colonists responded by forming militias that were able to effectively defend themselves against British soldiers. These militias were made up of farmers, tradesmen and merchants who had little experience in military tactics but were well-trained in fighting with guns and bows and arrows.
The British government then passed the Proclamation of 1763, which prohibited settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains. This act was meant to prevent Americans from settling lands that Britain wanted for itself; however, it also had its drawbacks because it angered colonists who wanted more land for themselves or their children.
In response to this act by Britain, colonists formed another group called Sons of Liberty (SOL). Their aim was to resist any efforts by England to limit colonial rights or policies that interfered with trade opportunities within North America. They also organized boycotts on British goods and worked hard at convincing others not to buy anything from Britain until their demands were met.