Difference Between Britain And Its American Colonies

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Britain and its American Colonies During the rule of George the third, the American colonies grew from 250,000 to 2,150,000 in 70 years. Through that time, the American colonies thrived on the trading with the trading with the nations of Europe. After many years of staying in American, the Americans thought themselves as Pennsylvanians or Virginians. However, they were expected to listen and obey British Law. In 1651, the navigation Act was created by the British Parliament to tax the American colonies on only importing to the British. If the American colonies trade with French and Dutch they would have to pay higher taxes. This is important because it is showing and giving an idea to the American colonies to be separated from the British.
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