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  • French & Indian War (1754-1763)
  • Proclamation of 1763
  • Sugar Act (1764)
  • Quikly here boy, this sugar was one of the last smugglesd in from britan
  • The French and Indian war happend because Colonists from Britan and France wanted to ssettle and trade in the Ohio River Vally. And this ended in Britan gaining all of the land east of the Mississippi, Spain gaining all land west of the Mississippi, and france losing all of its land in North America
  • Stamp Act (1765)
  • The Proclimation of 1763 happened because the French and Indian war was so expensive, that Britan didn't want to get into anymore debt, and they wanted to save as much money as possible. The Proclimation banning settling west of the mountins, caused tensions between the colonists, and the native americans, and themselvs.
  • Quartering Act (1765)
  • The Sugar act happened bacause Britan needed more money, and needed to stop the amount of smuggling of molassas and sugar into the colonies. The Sugar act's tax on molassas and sugar also helped with the colonies trading with other countries.
  • Forming of the Sons of Liberty (1765)
  • The Seven years war, with the French and Indian war being a big part, put Britain in so much debt, that they needed to make more taxes, to make more money, and along with that, smugglers were not being found guilty of there crimes. And the Stamp act did that, helping Great Britans debt.
  • Britains debt ment that things such as caare for troops, was a big expense, so the Quartering act was passed, in order to help Britain's troops with a place to stay. While providing a place to stay for troops, the Quatering act helped connect the colonies to Britain.
  • The Forming of the Sons of Liberty happened in protest of the Stamp Act of 1765. The Sons of Liberty thought that the Stamp Act was unfair, because of "Taxation without representation". They orcistraighted many protests and mobs against the British.
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