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French Indian War
For the Colonies! For England!
Proclamation of 1763
We'll give the Native Americans land west of the Appalachians!
The Stamp Act "From hither forth, all stamps in the American British Colonies shall be taxed out the wazoo!" "Further, All important pieces of paper have to have a stamp on them to be official!"
The Stamp and Tea Acts
In the French and Indian War, England and the British Colonies fought for expansion into French Territory from 1754-1763. The French and Native Americans both fought together, but the British won out after 9 long years.
After the war, the British Officials decided to give the land west of the Appalachians to Native Tribes that aided in the war, and the land east to the colonists. This was the first of several instances that the Colonists felt wronged by the British Government
In order to make the money back from the War, the British Government decided that they had to tax the Colonists. They were the ones who gained the most, theoretically, so they did not feel the need to give them representation. Thus began the Taxation without Representation.
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