The First Continental Congress
By: Delegate Christopher
The Continental Congress
In September, 5, 1774 in Philadelhia delegates should be chosen to represent each colony but Georgia. They think that they are not part of the problem. We are discussing about the British. They still make the sugar tea and stamp act. the problems are paying all the taxes, they are closing Boston harbor to make us suffer and british soldiers are going to live in our houses! We are done with them they think that is a law. So people that buy british good are traitors. So king george the III is upset about it so he needs to stop the sugar tea stamp act.
Monday, Sep. 5th 1774 at 5-8am
Philadelphia, PA, United States
Are solution is to boycott british goods. But if we see one of the people buying their goods they are traitors. So They do not get money. We are going to make are own goods to buy those to get more money to make the british mad and angry
All the people are setting up for the meeting and to start the first congress.
The meeting now starts by Sam Adams talking about the British to stop the tea sugar stamp act.
They are now telling them to leave and to finish it.