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French and Indian war Project
Updated: 9/28/2020
French and Indian war Project
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  • Yeah we won, now give us the land.
  • Thanks.
  • Here is your land since you won.
  • I want bacon.
  • WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE HAVE RUN OUT OF MONEY!!
  • My King, we have ran out of money because of the war.
  • We could try that.
  • What if, we tax the colonist. SO they pay us for sugar, paper ect.
  • I think I have a plan.
  • Britain wins the French and Indian War and France gives up its land in North America.
  • Yall will be forced to pay the Sugar Act!
  • This is so unfair boooo!!
  • After the war, Britain is in debt and has no money.
  • New Stamp Act
  • Cancel unair Acts.
  • So, the King and Parliament come up with a way to make their money back by taxing the colonists.
  • New Townshend Act
  • In 1763, Britain passes the Sugar Act trying to force colonists to buy high-priced British sugar and stop smugglers.
  • In 1765, Britain passes the Stamp Act, requiring a tax on all paper goods, including playing cards and newspapers.
  • In 1767, Britain passes the Townshend Acts, putting taxes on glass, tea, paper, and lead goods.
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