|Who was part of the Stamp Act?||The British Parliament started the Stamp Act with George Grenville's (King George's chief cabinet minister) support.|
|What was the Stamp Act about?||The Stamp Act was where everything having to do with paper was taxed. You had to carry a pocketbook that said if you payed the tax for that thing. You were given a stamp if you did pay for it.|
|When did the Stamp Act take place?||The Stamp Act was passed on March 22, 1765, but the Stamp Act Congress (a group of people from nine colonies) came together to form a statement protesting the Stamp Act. This was the first action of protesting the Stamp Act. Finally, British Parliament stopped the Stamp Act in 1776.|
|Where did the Stamp Act take place?||The Stamp Act took place everywhere in the colonies, in America.|
|Why did the Stamp Act happen?||The Stamp Act happened because the British thought that they could get away with taxing the colonies so that Britain would have more money and power.|
|How did the Stamp Act turn out?||The results to the Stamp Act turned into a boycott. There was also a Congress called "The Stamp Act Congress" that wrote up a statement saying that the British should have no power over the colonies. The Stamp Act stopped in 1766.|
"The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation." A Summary of the 1765 Stamp Act. 19 Jan 2007 <http://www.history.org/History/teaching/tchcrsta.cfm>.
Ritchie, Donald A., and Albert S. Broussard. American History The Early Years To 1877. 1st. New York, New York: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 1997.