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US history

The proclamation of 1763

Colonists Great numbers settled in the Ohio Valley.c
Chief Pontiac of the Ottawa Tribe Organized several tribes and attacked colonial forts.
Proclamation of 1763 1)King George signed to avoid further trouble with Indians. 2)Ordered all settlers to leave the Ohio Valley. 3)Colonists were opposed to the new law.
Taxation without Representation Parliament wanted to tax the colonies in exchange for protection from all enemies.
The Sugar Act 1)Passed in 1764 2)Taxed sugar, clothes, and other goods from any place other than Great Britain.
The Current Act 1)Passed in 1764 2)Made it illegal for the colonies to print their own money.
The Quartering Act 1)Passed in 1765 2)Demanded that colonies provide housing or goods for all British soldiers in America.
The Stamp Act 1)Passed in 1765, enabling the British Government to tax all legal and business papers used in America. 2)Colonists tried to force its removal by boycotting all British goods. 3)Parliament repealed the tax in 1766.
Declaration Act 1)Stated that Great Britain had control over all colonies.
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