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  • Proclamation act of 1763
  • Do not traspass
  • The stamp act of 1765
  • The Townshend act of 1767
  • England wanted to control the westward expansion but it was on British terms So it was a bit of a check towards the colonial governments. The results were it failed, It had minimal effects and unlimited colonial expansion, Settlers continued to sworm across the bondary to clam land in ohio 
  • The Boston massacre of 1770
  • Colonists had to get whatever papers they had and certify them with a British stamp. They believed that this act was to make the British more money, because they had to be taxed for the stamp. Tax angered the colonist, the stamps propose was to prove that they payed tax.
  • The Boston tea party of 1773
  • It required colonists to provide quarters and supplies for British troops in America. They were taxed them for lead, paint, paper, tea, the Townshend died suddenly; his replacement repeals the duties.
  • The intolerable act of 1774
  • Colonist got into an argument, it escalated when more people started harassing them about 50 people showed up British  troops showed up to maintain order.The colonist were tainting them to shot, someone in the crowd threw a rock and dropped a troop which caused them to shoot. 13 people were arrested 8 British soldiers 1 officer and 4 civilians. 
  • A protest by the colonist against the British government. The protesters boarded 3 ships on the Boston harbor they threw over all their cargo of tea of the ship. they threw a total of 342 chests of tea. The protesters antically dressed up as Indians to trick the British but they already knew it was the colonist.  
  • The intolerable act was right after the Boston tea party. It was basically laws passed by the British Parliament to punish Massachusetts colonists for their actions in the Boston tea party. 
  • 1. Closed the port in Boston 2. Reduce their self government 3.Those accused of crimes were taken to England 4. Must quarter troops
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