The proclamation act

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  • The proclamation act of 1763 
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  • The stamp act of 1765
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  • The Townshend act of 1767
  • After the French and Indian war British Empire started to tighten control over autonomous colonies. The royal proclamation was the first measure that affected all the thirteen colonies. In response King George ||| declared all lands of the west to colonial settlers. For what I understand, King George ||| sold the land to the settlers and the traders would be allowed in in the Lands of the West. All that increased the frequent attacks from white settlers.
  • The Boston Massacre of 1770
  • The stamp act was passed by the British Parliament on March 22, 1765. The American colonist were forced to pay the TAX for every printed  piece of paper they used.  Like, legal documents, licenses, newspapers, cards, etc. People were mad so; I believe that they started arguing about that and it lead to the American revolution.
  • The Tea act of 1773
  • The Townshend acts was a series of British acts. The acts took away a lot of freedom, People would start hiring price and adding tax to it. The ones that had the tax were simple thing like: tea, paint, paper, and glass. People didn't like that, so I believe that is one of the parts they started the revolutionary war.
  • The Intolerable act of 1774
  • So, because of the Boston Massacre, many people died and the one who caused those deaths were the redcoats. The legal aftermath helped the British colonies; which I believe make the one that demanded the redcoats mad and it lead to the American revolution war.
  • The British government gave a company a monopoly and in return the company had to bring tea to them. Instead of bring the tea to the British, they through the tea to the sea. I believe that the British was so mad, that they wanted to start war. 
  • The Intolerable acts was a series of laws passed by the British Parlament. The British forced the colonies to follow those laws after the Boston tea party, but it got a to far and it lead to the war.
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