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colonial test


the stamp act forced colonists to pay a____on: a tax on all printed documents. some examples are playing cards, stamps, newspapers, calenders, almanacs or marriage certificates
when did the parliament repeal the stamp act and what law did they pass immediatley after? it was repealed in 1766 and they passed the declaratory act which stated that they can make any laws or taxes no matter what and the colonists have to follow them.
what is mercantilism? mercantilism is the British wanting to make more tradeing money than they lose soby forcing colonists to buy british products, thousands of people need their goods.
what was the war debt and how did it affect colonists? the french and indian war was very expensive for Britain so to regain lost money, they taxed the colonists.
what was the sugar act? the sugar act was a tax created by parliament stating that sugar, indigo and molasses
how was the french and indian war started and who was involved? it was started by colonists crossing into N.Am hunting territory. the french, spanish, indian and british empires were involved.
Created by: jlesnick