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Causes and Outcomes of the RevolutionHIS/110 Version 61University of Phoenix MaterialCauses and Outcomes of the RevolutionPart 1: CausesCompletethe grid by describing each pre-war event and explaining how it contributed to the Revolutionary War.Pre-War EventDescriptionContribution to the Revolutionary WarFrench and Indian WarTaking place in 1754 through 1763, it was a battle between various colonies in British America and New France. Various Indigenous tribes (such as the Native Americans) participated in the battle as well as allies of the French and enemies of the British colonists.This war was influential to the start of the Revolutionary war. The French andIndian War left Great Britain in debt and because of this the British felt it was the Americans job to pay it, which lead into the creation of the Stamp Act andother acts as well. These acts built up tension between the two groups whichultimately lead up to the Revolutionary War. Sugar ActIn the year of 1764 on April 5th, this act was passed by the Great Britain Parliament. The purpose of it was to riserevenue for the British Empire, it also sought to end smuggling of sugar and molasses from the French and the Dutch.This was one of the many acts that lead up to the Revolutionary Was.