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6. Pontiac’s Rebellion – led by Chief Pontiac. They attack British forts in the Ohio Valley, kill a lot of colonists, but are eventually put down. 7. George Grenville – passed the stamp act and the sugar act. 8. Charles Townshend – passes the Townshend act. He’s the head of the British treasury. So Britain needs money because they’re fighting global wars, so he’s like let’s tax everything. 9. Proclamation of 1763 – the British negotiate with the Indians and tell them that they will not settle west of the Appalachian mountains, colonists are outraged. 10. Sugar act – passed by George grenville, replaced the molasses Act, colonists were like man. No taxation without representation. 11. Writs of Assistance – in response to the colonists responses to all the act, specifically the Townshend act. Allowed british officials to search property for smuggled goods. “unlawful search and seizure” 12. Currency Act – forbid the colonies to print their own currency that could compete with the British pound, and enforced a law that allowed colonists only to use ‘hard” currency 13. Stamp act – tax on all paper goods. Like everythings made out of paper. Paper. Money. Trees. The colonists are mad. They boycott the shit out of British goods and british trade declines. Sam Adams and his people form the Sons of Liberty 14. Stamp act congress – 9 of 13 colonies meet in NY to discuss this stamp act bakwaas. Argue against the british power to levy taxes.
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15. Boycott – if you don’t know what this means, you shouldn’t be in APUSH. 16. Sons of liberty – led by sam adams, terrorize stamp tax agents, lead the Boston Tea Party rebellion. 17. Quartering Act – requires colonists to house and support british redcoats. 18. Declaratory Act – Britain affirms that it has the right to levy taxes in the colonies. 19. Non-importation acts – colonists convey that the stamp act was just hurting business and the economy so it should be dropped.
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