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The French and Indian War 1754-1763
The Sugar Act 1764
The Stamp Act 1765-1766
In the French and Indian war the British troops out numbered the French when the war started but then the Indians joined the French in war and fought as allies.
The Sugar Act was in 1764. They put a three cent act on foreign refined sugar and increased taxes on coffee, indigo and certain kinds of wine. These Taxes only affected a certain amount of the population.
The Stamp Act placed a tax on printed materials in the colonies like legal documents, newspapers, and game cards. When the colonists bought any of the items they had to put a stamp on it to show that they bought the item.
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