road to revolution
Updated: 2/3/2020
road to revolution
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  • french and Indian war (1756-1763
  • proclamation of 1763
  • we do not want to fight
  • sugar act ( 1664)
  • the cause of the french and Indian war was that colonist wanted to settle in the Ohio river valley and trade with the Indians who lived there. The effect of the french and Indian war was 1.Great Britain gained all the land east of Mississippi. 2.Spain gained all the land west of Mississippi..
  • stamp act (1756)
  • the cause of the proclamation of 1763 was that the proclamation was an attempt to establish a western boarder to the 13 colonies in america so there was no more wars. The effects of the proclamation of 1763 was that the colonies got upset they could not fight
  • Quartering Act (1765)
  • the cause of the french and Indian war was that they needed to pay off the seven years of war and needed help so they decided to put tax on items such as paper, newspaper, and playing cards. The effect of the stamp act was that they were worried that the Britain would be moving towards seizing powers from the colonial government.
  • Forming of the Sons of Liberty (1765)
  • the cause of the stamp act was Arguing was there only way own representative assemblies could tax them’. The effect of the stamp act wasthe stamp act help the Britain pay for the french and Indian war..
  • the cause of the quartering act The british parliament passed the Quartering Act, one of a series of measures primarily aimed at raising revenue from the British colonies in America. the effect was 1.The king advisor decided that some british troops should remain in north america in addition the fight the colonies 2. It also was important that the colonist should pay there share.
  • the cause of theForming of the Sons of Liberty is The son of liberty formed out of a number of smaller protest groups.
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