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We have rights!! We are still British!!
Proclamation of 1763
How many times do we have to tell you colonists? YOU CANNOT GO WEST OF THE MOUNTAINS!!!
No taxation w/o representation!!
Boston Tea Party
During 1763, the British government made a law that the colonists could not go west of the Appalachian Mountains and had to stay on the east. This is what first started the conflict between the British and the colonists. The colonists began to feel as if the British were being too controlling and unfair to them.
The British were taxing colonists for everyday materials. They began making taxes without their consent and that angered the colonists. The colonists decided to stop buying the taxed British goods and started to make their own things.
Tea tax was passed without representation from the colonists and the colonists were being forced to buy British tea. This angered the colonists so they decided to drown tons of British tea into the Boston Harbor.
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