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On a Street of the Colony
Why are all of these soldiers in our colony?
The Beginning of the Quartering Act
The new law called the Quartering Act has been passed.
Inside an angry colonists home after the Quartering Act was passed.
The law called the Quartering Act has been passed and that law says that you colonists have give me food and let me stay in your quarters.
In 1765, thousands of soldiers from Britain were sent to America to keep the colonists safe.
In 1765, the law called the Quartering Act was passed.
Many colonists were angry about the Quartering Act. They didn't want to share their little food and space with the soldiers.
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