Currency Act

Currency Act

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  • Great Britain Currency Act (1764)
  • Lets reduce the amount of money that the colonies government has borrowed
  • Lets extend the supply of the New England currency act
  • We should still do this, even though it would anger British merchants.
  • I cannot believe that those British merchants don't have faith in our colonial paper money.
  • New England Currency Act (1751)
  • We need to have authority of the printing and use of the Bills of Credit.
  • Frank: The Greta Britain Currency Act
  • Bethany: No, the New England Currency Act
  • Kayla: Great Britain
  • Bob: Great Britain
  • Alright class! Which Currency Act is the best choice for the sake of the people?
  • Margaret: New England
  • Yes, Mrs.Lucas
  • Now everyone write on their paper, which Currency Act would be best and why.
  • While the students were writing, Mrs.Lucas continued painting her picture for the next class.
  • Good Morning Class!                       Date: 10-30-18 Agenda: Compare the Great Britian and New England Currency Acts.
  • I think that the Great Britain Currency Act was the best Currency Act because it was made to protect British merchants and creditors from being paid in undervalued colonial money. This also allowed the British to get their way, and for the English to not have to deal with complaining British colonists.
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