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Writing Assignment Six The end of the French and Indian War impacted the British tremendously. After the war  ended, the British did not let the colonists get off without consequences. The consequences were  different acts to tax all the thirteen colonies. The colonists were livid with the actions of the  British. This caused corruption in the colonies and eventually led to the Revolutionary War.  In 1763, the French and Indian War ended. The war ended when both sides signed a  treaty known as the Peace of Paris. “One of the first actions of the British government after the  war was to prevent another major conflict on the frontier, to separate colonists from Indians”  (Edgar 208). The colonists were blamed for the hostilities more than the Indians were. The  British wanted to make sure the fighting would not happen again. The solution to their problem  was separating the colonists from the Indians by implementing the Proclamation Line. “The 
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