They protested until it was repealed.
An unofficial group of colonists.
The colonists protested
The Daughters of Liberty protested the Townshend Act.
The Colonists felt the Stamp Act went against their belief of 'no taxation without representation.' The Stamp Act was passed in 1765.
refusing to buy goods from Britain
He protested because of the Stamp act.
They protested by having the Boston Tea Party
In answer to this act, the colonies made up a group called the Stamp Act Congress. This group protested and sent letters to the King, and the Parliament
The colonists protested because the act taxed them without their consent.
Britain placed a tax on all documents and glass in the colonies. (Stamp Act) the colonies protested the Stamp Act because they did not have any representation in the British Parliament.
The stamp and sugar act happened because the british were taxing the colonists on little things such as stamp and sugar. The colonists, of course, protested. This lead to the Boston Tea Party. The stamp and sugar act happened because the british were taxing the colonists on little things such as stamp and sugar. The colonists, of course, protested. This lead to the Boston Tea Party.
Some famous people in that protested the Stamp Act were: Samuel Adams - He helped start the Sons of Liberty Patrick Henry - He spoke out about the Stamp Act to the Virginia House of Burgesses
sons of liberty
The Sons Of Liberty.
The stamp act was passed because King Charles lll needed money. The stamp act was like we do today we get are documents stamped or marriage license back then the king passed this act that you had to pay money to get the stamp. Soon many Lenape (who were left) and colonist protested so then the stamp act was repealed
No, the colonists didn't agree with the Sugar Act and Stamp Act. The colonists protested because each act put taxes on stamps, sugar, molasses and more. Colonists thought it was unfair to them because the British were taxing them. They protested at the side of more acts and they eventually had the Revolutionary War.
The Sons of Liberty protested the Stamp act. People, ramble-rousers like Samuel Adams disliked the idea and urged others to act as well.
The Stamp Act of 1765 was imposed on the colonists by the British. The stamps affixed to various goods raised revenue for the British. The colonists were enraged--even protested in the streets.
The Stamp Act of 1765 was imposed on the colonist by the British parliament. This act placed a tax on paper goods. A secret organization, called the Sons of Liberty, was formed and protested against the passing of the Stamp Act. This led to their involvement in the Boston Tea Party in 1773.
The Stamp Act (1765) affected all of the American colonies by taxing paper goods, which had to have a revenue stampaffixed. This wa a direct tax that the colonists protested as being enacted without their representation or benefit.
The Rebels boycotted the stamps and would often harrass loyalists in mobs.
The Sons of Liberty often violently protested to Stamp Act. The held riotous demonstrations in public that often scared the tax distributors, leading to their resignations.
It was 1765. The colonists were mad and protested. In 1766 it was repealed as a result of the colonists boycott.