French And Indian War And The Colonists Relationship

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The French and Indian War erupted in catastrophe and ruined the British and the colonists' relationship because of all the debt that the colonists took on for the British's war. The first thing that made their relationship start to break was when the loyalists were put into a huge debt after the French and Indian War. This itself resulted in many taxes and acts for the colonists. The loyalists established eight polices in the hopes of gaining money and power. The first act initiated was the Proclamation of 1763 witch forbade any settlement of the colonists west of the Appalachian mountains. The proclamation infuriated the colonists who had planned on settling westward. The Proclamation of 1763 damage the bond between the British and the colonists.

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