Conflict over new British policies   The British decide to crack down on                 colonies
Pontiac’s War• Chief Pontiac wanted to stop colonists from  spreading west• Captured British forts along the frontier• Bri...
Chief Pontiac
Pontiac’s council
Proclamation of 1763• Banned colonists from going west of the  Appalachian Mountains.
Quartering Act• Ordered to house the troops and provide  them with firewood, salt and drink
Navigation and Trade Acts• Controlled trade between the colonies and  British foreign rivals• Weren’t enforced so colonist...
Sugar Act• Tax on sugar, molasses, coffee and silks• Britain needed money to pay for the war
Stamp Act• A tax on legal documents, newspapers,  calendars and playing cards• Without the stamp, they were considered  il...
Patrick Henry speaks against the stamp                 act
Stamp Act Riots
Taxation with Representation• The colonists were not angry about paying the  tax• They were angry because they had no say ...
Sons of Liberty• Held rallies to protest the stamp act• Sometimes were violent
Stamp Act Congress• Non-violent protest against the Stamp Act• Met in Massachusetts• Led by Samuel Adams• Sent a note to t...
Samuel Adams
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  • Settlers already there were asked to leaveTrappers and traders were allowed into the region only with official licensesBritain was violating the charters that promised the colonies the land from the Atlantic to the Pacific
  • Britain left 10,000 troops in the colonies to defend its holdingsColonists saw these troops as a threat to their liberty rather than the French and Indians
  • This trade helped British enemies during the French and Indian War.
  • Internal tax
  • Boycotts led to many factories being closed in England and workers were laid off…British merchants joined the colonists for a repeal of the Stamp Act
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    1. 1. Conflict over new British policies The British decide to crack down on colonies
    2. 2. Pontiac’s War• Chief Pontiac wanted to stop colonists from spreading west• Captured British forts along the frontier• British put down the revolt, but now wanted to take steps from it happening again
    3. 3. Chief Pontiac
    4. 4. Pontiac’s council
    5. 5. Proclamation of 1763• Banned colonists from going west of the Appalachian Mountains.
    6. 6. Quartering Act• Ordered to house the troops and provide them with firewood, salt and drink
    7. 7. Navigation and Trade Acts• Controlled trade between the colonies and British foreign rivals• Weren’t enforced so colonists began to smuggle in things• British used the writs of assistance to search anyone for smuggled goods
    8. 8. Sugar Act• Tax on sugar, molasses, coffee and silks• Britain needed money to pay for the war
    9. 9. Stamp Act• A tax on legal documents, newspapers, calendars and playing cards• Without the stamp, they were considered illegal
    10. 10. Patrick Henry speaks against the stamp act
    11. 11. Stamp Act Riots
    12. 12. Taxation with Representation• The colonists were not angry about paying the tax• They were angry because they had no say in Parliament
    13. 13. Sons of Liberty• Held rallies to protest the stamp act• Sometimes were violent
    14. 14. Stamp Act Congress• Non-violent protest against the Stamp Act• Met in Massachusetts• Led by Samuel Adams• Sent a note to the King and asked him to allow the colonists to set their own taxes• He refused• The colonists then began to boycott items
    15. 15. Samuel Adams
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