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Proclamation of 1763
- prohibited settlements west of Appalachian

- Required those already settled in those regions --> move east (attempt to ease tensions with Indians)
Sugar Act 1764
- George grenville (1st lord of treasury taps into untapped source of money)

- offset the war dept by taxing colonists

- increased duties on coffee, molasses, wine
Quartering Act 1765
require s colonies to housed in public buildings

- voluntary (common courtesy) vs involuntary (parliament mandates)
Stamp Act 1765
(Grenville)
- direct tax on official documents
- Colonies are "virtually represented"
- "No taxation w/o representation"

1. Stamp Act Congress: what to do?
2. Sons of Liberty: radical !
Declatory Act 1765
- Parliament sovereign = control over colonies (but they REPEALED STAMP ACT)
- British merchants convinces Parliament that taxes would effect economics for the WORSE
Townshend Duties 1767
- is gb slowly trying to take away liberites?

- Pay salaries of colonial governors (before colonial assembly controlled salary of gov, now the governor does not need to follow
Boston Msacre (3/5/1770)
- Artisans and Merchants were angry because off duty Soldiers tried to supplant wages w/ part time employment
(more competition for marchants)

- Sons of liberty face british troops, shot 5 and wounded 6

- british military coercion fails
Boston Tea Party (12/16/1773)
- reasons:
1. local merchants who sold tea ran out of bussiness because of taxes
2. GB would keep on taxing unless they did something !

--> SONS OF LIBERTY
Intolerable Acts 1774
- response to rebellion
1. Boston Port Bill: shuts down all commercial shipping in Boston Harbor until colonists pay back tea damage

2.
Proclamation of 1763
- prohibited settlements west of Appalachian

- Required those already settled in those regions --> move east (attempt to ease tensions with Indians)
Sugar Act 1764
- George grenville (1st lord of treasury taps into untapped source of money)

- offset the war dept by taxing colonists

- increased duties on coffee, molasses, wine
Quartering Act 1765
require s colonies to housed in public buildings

- voluntary (common courtesy) vs involuntary (parliament mandates)
Stamp Act 1765
(Grenville)
- direct tax on official documents
- Colonies are "virtually represented"
- "No taxation w/o representation"

1. Stamp Act Congress: what to do?
2. Sons of Liberty: radical !
Declatory Act 1765
- Parliament sovereign = control over colonies (but they REPEALED STAMP ACT)
- British merchants convinces Parliament that taxes would effect economics for the WORSE
Townshend Duties 1767
- is gb slowly trying to take away liberites?

- Pay salaries of colonial governors (before colonial assembly controlled salary of gov, now the governor does not need to follow
Boston Msacre (3/5/1770)
- Artisans and Merchants were angry because off duty Soldiers tried to supplant wages w/ part time employment
(more competition for marchants)

- Sons of liberty face british troops, shot 5 and wounded 6

- british military coercion fails
Boston Tea Party (12/16/1773)
- reasons:
1. local merchants who sold tea ran out of bussiness because of taxes
2. GB would keep on taxing unless they did something !

--> SONS OF LIBERTY
Intolerable Acts 1774
- response to rebellion
1. Boston Port Bill: shuts down all commercial shipping in Boston Harbor until colonists pay back tea damage

2.