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P. 138 P. 143/ Wbk. p. 17 Chapter 6 Section 1 Tighter British Control P. 17/ P. 138 A.Solving Problems As you read this section, fill in the.

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8 Chapter 6 Section 1 Tighter British Control P. 17/ P. 138 A.Solving Problems As you read this section, fill in the second column of the chart below with more details about the British attempts to solve their problems. In the third column, explain how the colonists responded to each of those solutions. Britain’s Problems Britain's’ Solutions Colonists’ Responses 1.Preventing Native American uprisings 2.Keeping peace in the American colonies Proclamation Act (1763): Stopped colonists from settling West of Appalachian Mts. Quartering Act (1765): Resentment Defiance of the act

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10 Chapter 6 Section 1 Tighter British Control P. 17/ P. 138 A.Solving Problems As you read this section, fill in the second column of the chart below with more details about the British attempts to solve their problems. In the third column, explain how the colonists responded to each of those solutions. Britain’s Problems Britain's’ Solutions Colonists’ Responses 1.Preventing Native American uprisings 2.Keeping peace in the American colonies Proclamation Act (1763): Stopped colonists from settling West of Appalachian Mts Quartering Act (1765): Required colonists to house & provide supplies to British soldiers Resentment Defiance of the act Anger

11 Britain’s Problems Britain's’ Solutions Colonists’ Responses 3. Paying for war debts 4.Maintaining power over the American colonies Sugar Act (1764) Tax of sugar, molasses, & other products Stamp Act (1765): Tax on all legal and commercial documents Declaratory Act (1766) Anger, protests “taxation w/o representation Protests Boycotts of British goods Sons of Liberty

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13 B. Summarizing Briefly explain the importance of each of the following in protesting British policies. Patrick HenryboycottSons of Liberty P. Henry- called for resistance to Stamp Act Boycott - refusal to buy

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15 B. Summarizing Briefly explain the importance of each of the following in protesting British policies. Patrick HenryboycottSons of Liberty P. Henry- called for resistance to Stamp Act Boycott - refusal to buy Sons of Liberty- secret societies to oppose British

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17 Britain’s Problems Britain's’ Solutions Colonists’ Responses 3. Paying for war debts 4.Maintaining power over the American colonies Sugar Act (1764) Tax of sugar, molasses, & other products Stamp Act (1765): Tax on all legal and commercial documents Declaratory Act (1766) Declared Parliament’s supreme authority to govern colonies Anger, protests “taxation w/o representation” Protests Boycotts of British goods Sons of Liberty Power struggle with Parliament


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