History 5 - The major purpose of the Proclamation of 1763...

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The major purpose of the Proclamation of 1763 was tocheck colonial expansion across the Appalachians.For the colonists, the so-called Boston Massacreserved as a telling example that the use of a standing army against its own citizens was a sign oftyranny.In an effort to help support the increased cost of colonial administration,Parliament passed the ________ Act in 1764, placing tariffs on coffee, wines, andother major imports.SugarParliament's main goal in the Tea Act of 1773 was to Parliament's main goal inthe Tea Act of 1773 was toaid the British East India Tea Company.In May 1775, shortly after it convened, the Second Continental Congressformed the Continental Army under the leadership of George Washington.The British Parliament's Declaratory Act of 1766 assertedParliament's supremacy over the colonies in all cases whatsoever, including taxation.One of the most influential pamphlets written during the Revolutionary era tosway public opinion in favor of independence wasThomas Paine Common SenseIn response to the Boston Tea Party, the British passed a series of laws which,

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History, US History, Boston Massacre, George Washington, Proclamation Of 1763, Common Sense, The Federalist Papers, American Revolution, United States Declaration of Independence, The Declaration of Independence,

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