They just taxed sugar and molasses for the merchants that sell to us.
The Colonists wanted to settle in the Ohio River Valley and trade with the Indians living there. The British also wanted to trade with the Natives and fought over the Ohio River Valley
Stamp Act (1765)
The Proclamation of 1763 was an resolution from the French and Indian War. The Proclamation made it illegal for colonists to settle west and illegal to move into Ohio, Tennessee, and Florida.
Quartering Act (1765)
The Sugar Act was an act that taxed sugar and molasses for merchants that sell to the colonies. It was designed to crack down on colonial trade with countries other than Britain, especially France, and Spain
Forming The Sons Of Liberty (1765)
The Stamp Act was another way for the British to pay money for the War. The Stamp Act had taxes put on the American Colonies that they had to pay tax on all sort of printed materials such as newspapers.
The Quartering Act was one of the series of measures that primarily aimed at raising revenue from the British colonies. Peasants had to give food and shelter to the British for protecting them.
Forming The Sons Of Liberty was a direct action by harassing the tax distributors that worked for the British government. The Sons of Liberty was a secret political organization in the American Colonies that protested against British taxes.