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That's mad! We fought for that land!
The Proclamation of 1763 made it illegal for colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains
You can not settle west of the Appalachian
The Sugar Act in 1764 and put taxes on molasses and sugar, because the colonists had to pay for war costs.
There's a tax on sugar now!
The Stamp Act of 1765 was another tax act that put a tax on paper products to assist the paying of war costs.
Before you go in, just know there's taxes now.
The Stamp Act Congress was a Congress formed in October 1765 made up of nine delegates and decided to boycott British goods
The Boston Massacre was a fatal occurrence in 1770 that killed five colonists and led to the Revolutionary War
The Committees of Correspondence was formed in 1764 and wrote to other colonies encouraging opposition to the recent British prohibition of American money.