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The British Empire in North America Mercantilism and the Imperial-colonial relationship Navigation Acts and enforcement of mercantilist policies First in 1951 Expanded by Parliament after 1660 Board of Trade established, 1702 Era of Salutary Neglect, 1820-1763 --exceptions = Hat Act 1732, Iron Act 1750 Effect of Navigation Acts on colonies and Britain
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Unformatted text preview: American Colonies were distinctively English • Laws and government • Cultural similarities American Colonies were Distinctively “American” • Ethnic Diversity • Religion and effect of Great Awakening • American as a “frontier” • High degree of political autonomy • Economically successful...
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