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Unit 2 C Acts

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Proclamation of 1763 made the Appalachian Mts the western boundary of expansion. Americans didn't like it.
Coercive Acts Closed Boston's port to punish for Boston Tea Party. Helped unite the colonists
Sugar Act Cut molasses tax in half. Americans formed secret societies.
Quartering Act Required colonits to feed and house British troups. Americans angered.
Tea Act Allowed British East India Co.to sell tea directly to colonists. Angered Americans. They boycotted tea.
Townshend Acts Put tax on glass, paper, lead, paint, tea. Boston Massacre
Stamp Act Taxed legal papers, playing cards, etc. Americans angry.
Navigation Act Allowed colonists to only carry goods on American or British ships. Colonists ignored laws, bribed officials, smuggled goods.
Created by: lmagnus