Proclamation Of 1763: The Cause Of The Revolutionary Revolution

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In addition, when the King issued the Proclamation of 1763, in which it prohibited settlements beyond the Appalachia Mountains, it caused an disturbance with the colonists who had already settle there because the proclamation ordered them to move elsewhere. Following these changes where numerous of acts being passed, causing more tension with the colonists and British, such as: The Sugar Act (1764), The Stamp Act (1765), Quartering Act (1765), The Townshend Act (1767), as well as some major events that also occurred up until 1775 when the colonists got together and decided it was time to fight for their rights. The colonists had their moments of acting similar to the English government. Since the colonist saw themselves no differently than
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