Action and Reaction to the British Colonial Empire

Action and Reaction to the British Colonial Empire

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  • Surrender!!
  • Treaty of Paris
  • Were mad as hornets! They cannot stop us!
  • The people can no longer settle west.
  • Now the smuggling of sugar will end at once.
  • Hehe, they will never catch me!
  • What do you have in that crate? Is it sugar?
  • The Seven years war happened in Europe, and the effect was that the Treaty of Paris was signed, and it granted land and ended the war.
  • This stamp act should work!
  • Don't forget your stamps! Get them from me!
  • The proclamation of 1763 claimed that the colonists could not settle west to protect Indian territory, which resulted in people being angry. They did not listen and kept going west anyways.
  • Something will be done about this!
  • We will not let these taxes keep happening!
  • I am resigning as a tax stamp as of today.
  • The Sugar Act was passed, inforcing the stop of smuggling sugar, but the effect was people did not stop and it caused confrontations.
  • Following the Stamp Act, which required any legal documents to have stamps on them showing that they paid tax, people were extremely mad about this law.
  • This is ridiculous!!I am outraged!
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  • When the actions of the sons of liberty occurred, people were mad and began to uprise. The effect of this was that tax stampers resigned and lead to the Declaratory Act.
  • I recommend a new law!
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