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By the time they reached Boston, they had suffered 273 casualties. The Americans lost only 92 men. Within a week some 20,000 New England militia besieged Boston. Examine Source F. Why was the British retreat from Concord so difficult? These events transformed the political dispute between the colonists and Britain into a military struggle. Source F Lexington and Concord. iver N Lexington Mys tic R NORTH BRIDGE Concord Medford AMER ICAN S Menotomy Key Advance forces British retreat Battle site Cambridge Size of town 0 0 32 5 10 km 5 miles Charlestown er iv Charles R Brookline Roxbury Boston Chapter 1: Independence movements in the Americas The situation in 1763–4 British debts George Grenville 10,000 troops in America Americans should pay Anti-smuggling measures Pontiac’s rebellion 1763 The Stamp Act 1765 Sugar Act 1764 American opposition No taxation without representation Colonial assemblies Pamphlets Virginia Resolves Popular protest Repeal of Stamp Act 1766 Economic sanctions Sons of Liberty Townshend duties 1767 American opposition Colonial assemblies Popular protest Circular letters Boston Massacre 1770 Economic sanctions Repeal of Townshend duties 1770 Calm (1770–3) 1773 Tea Act The Boston Tea Party 1773 The Coercive Acts 1774 Economic sanctions The Québec Act The American response Political actions Extra-legal conventions Continental Congress Committees of Safety British determination Lexington and Concord 1775 War 1775 Summary diagram The causes of the War of Independence 33 3 Key debate Key question: What caused the American War of Independence?
37 N San Francisco St Louis UNITED STATES Santa Fe San Diego Pensacola San Antonio St Augustine VICEROYALTY Atlantic New Orleans of NEW SPAIN Ocean Gulf of Saltillo Havana Mexico SANTO DOMINGO Veracruz CUBA Mexico City Santo Domingo JAMAICA Guatemala Caribbean Sea Granada San Salvador Santa Marta La Guaira Cartagena CAPTAINCY-GENERAL TRINIDAD of GUATEMALA San José Caracas Bogotá Portobelo Panama Quito Guayaquil VICEROYALTY of NEW GRANADA Belém São Luis Recife Trujillo BRAZIL VICEROYALTY of PERU Bahia Callao PRESIDENCY of Pacific Salvador Lima Cuzco CHARCAS Ocean La Paz Chuquisaca Ouro Preto Potosí VICEROYALTY of Rio de Janeiro RIO DE LA PLATA Salta Asuncíon CAPTAINCY-GENERAL Tucumán of CHILE Mendoza Córdoba Valparaíso Santa Fe Santiago Montevideo Concepción Buenos Aires Valdivia N PATAGONIA Cape Horn 0 0 1000 500 2000 km 1000 miles Latin America in the late eighteenth century 38 Chapter 1: Independence movements in the Americas The nature of Spanish America The Spanish American population nearly trebled in the course of the eighteenth century.
Although there were no eighteenth-century wars for independence in Latin America, there was growing resentment against Spanish rule. Spain’s fiscal demands and mercantilist policies were unpopular. So was the appointment of Spanish administrators, which frustrated Creole aspirations. Creole aspirations in themselves reflected a developing sense of identity. Some Creoles, inspired by developments in the USA, pondered the possibility of independence. However, most Creoles were Catholic and conservative.
Access to History for the IB Diploma. Independence movements by Alan Farmer