Pontiac's Rebellion and Proclamation of 1763
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The rebellion began in may 1763 when the chief Pontiac's men attacked the British forts within one mouth they took 7 forts.
Chief Pontiac did this because he thinks the colonist are going to take there land. so he told his men to start the rebellion on the English.
Then pontiac led a attack on fort Detroit. Then held up for on month then they gave up the fort Pontiac men to stop the fighting.
To avoid more conflict king George 111 signed the Proclamation of 1763. This would stop fighting with the Natives the save English forts.
This proclamation stop British moving west of the Appalachians mountains. this law also ordered colonist in the Ohio River Valley to move.
The British feared more fighting would take place. If the colonists kept moving into the American Indian land.
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