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What year was the Royal Proclamation issued? 1763
What was the purpose of the Royal Proclamation? To organize the North American territories that had been gained by Britain in the treaty of Paris
What was an unstated message of the Royal Proclamation? If British law was established, then the French were going to have to give up their laws
Where did most of the loyalists go? East of the Bay of Quinte
Who did not want to attend the Continental Congress? Quebec and Nova Scotia
What was a key point of the Quebec act? Quebec's boundaries were extended south into the Ohio Valley (know all)
Why did the Quebec Act make the people of the Thirteen colonies angry? Because they wanted the Ohio Valley for decades, but it was given to Quebec and because James Murray favoured the French
What province saw a great increase after the American Revolution? Nova Scotia
Who was appointed to replace James Murray? Sir Guy Carleton
Who are the Patriots? Patriots were people who supported the rebel on against Britain- were on guard against anyone who did not support their cause
What is known as the Boston Tea Party? A tax on imported tea caused colonists to board British ships to Boston to dump crated of tea in the harbor
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