french_and_Indian_War_bridge_test_Mkelley_Sgreenwood - 1 Great Awakening A Many\/most people in the colonies found new meaning in their religion that

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1. Great Awakening A. Many/most people in the colonies found new meaning in their religion that started a “great awakening” that led to many becoming woke in their religion. After the great awakening the colonists joined forces with the french fighting against native americans that aligned themselves with the British. (French and Indian War) 2. French and Indian war B. The british had spent so much money on the french and indian war that they needed to somehow make the money. So they decided to add tax to all the goods sent to the colonies such as sugar, And tax any mail sent out of the colonies, known as the stamp act that mainly affected easter elites. 3. Sugar Act/Stamp Act C. The colonists and especially the people of boston were not happy about the taxation that was being put on the goods that were being imported from britain so they formed a group called the sons of liberty which would find ways to rebel against the rules being put in place by their oppressors (brittan) 4. Sons of Liberty D.After Months of efforts to get england to revoke the taxes on the colonies the

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