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Lord Jeffery Amherst angered Native Americans by:
1. didnt treat the Indians like friends.

2. Raised cost of goods.

3. settlers to build forts on Indian land.
What was the Proclamation Line of 1763?
A imagineary line that sperates the 13 colonies.
Could a colonist go west of the Proclamation Line in 1763?
How many troops did the British send to enforce the Proclamation Line law in 1763?
What was the Sugar Act of 1764?
An act intended to raise revenue to repay the GB debt.
What was taxed with the implementation of the Sugar Act in 1764?
1) Molasses used to make rum.
2) Sugar
3) Textiles
4) Dye
5) Coffee
6) Wines
What was the Stamp Act of 1765?
they intended to raise funds by taxing legal documents.
Was the Stamp Act used in Britain?
When was the Stamp Act used in the colonies?
In 1765.
What is meant by the term, "No Taxation without Representation."
to be taxed by Parliament, the Americans rightly should have legislators seated and voting.
Why were people rioting in the cities of New York, Newport, Charleston, and Boston?
November 1765 the Stamp Act approached a opposition came to them and spreaded
What did the colonies do to try and end the Stamp Act?
They came together to boycott goods, and to have them stop the tax.
When did Parliment repeal the Stamp Act?
In 1766.
What was the Townshend Acts of 1767?
1. Raised funds by taxing goods such as glass, paper, lead, and tea
2. Custom Officers could inspect ships
3. Colonist upset violated their rights as British citizens