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French & Indian War

QuestionAnswer
mercantilism trading of goods between a "mother country" and the colonies
ally country of group that is friendly with another country or group and helps in time of war
tax money paid by people for the support of their government
trade laws allowed colonists to export raw materials only to England
war debt amount of money borrowed during a war for the expense of war that must be paid
merchant one who buys and sells goods for a living
empire a group of colonies or countries under one ruler
charter written permission to form a colony
Proclamation Line of 1763 a boundary established by England which prevented the colonists from moving westward beyond the Appalachian Mountains
Parliament the law-making body in England; The colonists had no one to represent them in this group.
Created by: jcpylant