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Proclamation of 1763

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Ardvin Azizian

on 6 October 2013

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Transcript of Proclamation of 1763

Road to Revolution
The proclamation did not not allow colonists to settle west to the Appalachian Mountains. The British government feared the conflict between colonists and native americans would lead to another war. They also could not afford to pay British troops to defend the western lands.
Proclamation of 1763
Quartering Act 1765
The quartering act was when soldiers could come in to your house at any time. They could take any food, object, or activity in your house. also if you did not let them in they could arrest you.
Stamp act 1765
The Stamp act is when you had to pay tax for paper. This made the colonist made because they did not represent in Parliament. Also they do not get any paper if you do not pay you do not get any paper.
Townshend Act 1767
The Townshend Act was when the Great Britain taxed on led, glass, and paint. They repealed so many acts for the Townshend Act. The colonists were mad because that's what they use everyday.
Boston Massacre 1770
The Boston Massacre is when the British soldiers shot the colonists. The colonists were trowing rocks at the lobster backs. So the soldiers got mad.
Committees of Correspond 1772
Committees of Correspond were shadow governments organized by patriot leaders.The Maryland Committee of Correspondence was instrumental in setting up the First Continental Congress, which met in Philadelphia. The committees gradually extended their power over many aspects of American public life.
Common sense 1776
Common Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that inspired people in the Thirteen Colonies to declare and fight for independence from Great Britain . In clear simple language it explained the advantages of and the need for immediate independence. Common Sense presented in the American colonists with argument for freedom.
Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence is a paper written for independence. For the thirteen colonies to be independent from Britain. Fifty people signed the Declaration of Independence.
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