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1. The Appalachian Mountains is the geographic landform marked the western boundary of the thirteen colonies. 2. Boston, New York, and Philadelphia were large cities that originated near natural harbors or ports. 3. In the Thirteen colonies, after “white/European”, the African-American group made the second largest segment of the population in 1760. 4. List the restrictions created by the Navigation Acts. Forbade colonists from trading specific items such as sugar and cotton with any other country other than England Required colonists to use English ships to transport goods Requires all trade goods to pass through English ports, and import taxes were added to the items 5. Colonists reacted to the Navigation Acts by smuggling there goods more. 6. The three regions that made up the triangle trade were Great Britain, the Thirteen Colonies, and Africa. 7. The cause of the French and Indian War was France and England wanted more territory. 8. The French and Indian War changed the political map of North America by relocating cities locations from when the British won over the French. 9. After 1763, Great Britain raised taxes in the colonies to pay for their debt and pay for the cost of an army for protection and the war raging between Britain and France. 10. The Stamp Act of 1756 taxed newspaper, licenses, and paper products. If the product was stamped, that meant the product tax had been paid by the merchant. It was later repealed due to violence, boycotts, and the colonists creating a declaration about their violation of rights.
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