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    colonies. Parliamentary laws passed to control the trade in England. The original laws were enacted as a response to the success of Dutch shipping. Dutch that traded with others and made a profit out of it. Unfortunately, the Navigation Acts had economic impact on the fledgling American colonies.These acts were designed to tighten the government's control over trade.
    What happened to when the navigation actNavigation acts was passed?
    When the Navigation Acts went into effect, Dutch shippers lost their business, although they still entered English colonial ports and took on goods for transport to markets in Europe and the Caribbean.Tensions rose, however, as England passed more restrictions on trade and made it clear it intended to protect its interests. When they added more laws, that was enough to cause English captains to attack Dutch ships and take their cargo. Dutch were poor and couldn't trade with England and that made them even more angry at the laws that were passed by the government. The only people benefiting from it were the governors from the Navigation Act and you will now how they are
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    shipping and allow Great Britain to retain the monopoly of British colonial trade for the benefit of British merchants.
    What: The navigation act was a law that restricted the use of foreign ships to trade with England and its colonies.
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Monday, January 25

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Tuesday, January 19

  1. page Proclamation of 1763 edited ... The proclamation all started because of the war between the French and the British obviously, …
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    The proclamation all started because of the war between the French and the British obviously, but the war started in 1754 C.E and ended in 1763 C.E. The outcome was one of the most significant developments in a century of Anglo-French conflict. France ceded its territory east of the Mississippi to Great Britain. It ceded French Louisiana west of the Mississippi River (including New Orleans) to its ally Spain, in compensation for Spain's loss to Britain of Florida(Spain had ceded this to Britain in exchange for the return of Havana, Cuba). France's colonial presence north of the Caribbean was reduced to the islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, confirming Britain's position as the dominant colonial power in eastern North America.
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    "Proclamation of 1763." Http:www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm. Web. 19 Jan. 2016. <http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm>.
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    "Proclamation of 1763." Http:www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm. Web. 19 Jan. 2016. <http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm>
    "Borrows, John (1997). "Wampum at Niagara: The Royal Proclamation, Canadian Legal History, and Self-Government". In Asch, Michael. Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press.
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    When did it all happen?
    The proclamation all started because of the war between the French and the British obviously, but the war started in 1754 C.E and ended in 1763 C.E. The outcome was one of the most significant developments in a century of Anglo-French conflict. France ceded its territory east of the Mississippi to Great Britain. It ceded French Louisiana west of the Mississippi River (including New Orleans) to its ally Spain, in compensation for Spain's loss to Britain of Florida(Spain had ceded this to Britain in exchange for the return of Havana, Cuba). France's colonial presence north of the Caribbean was reduced to the islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, confirming Britain's position as the dominant colonial power in eastern North America.
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    frontier. The fightbattle to monopolize thetake advantage of fur trade in French territory had led to the bloody conflict known as the Beaver Wars in 1640 - 1701 against the Iroquois Confederacy.Wars.
    Reasoning for the Proclamation
    At the end of the French and Indian War, the Royal Proclamation of 1763 established the Proclamation Line along the Appalachian Mountains, safeguarding Indian lands and territories and repaying the Native American Indians who helped the British out during the war. Many of the American Indians in the Great Lakes region had close relationships with France and were shocked to find that they were now under British control. Pontiac's Rebellion during the Pontiac War (1763–66) was an unsuccessful effort by Native American Indians to prevent Great Britain from occupying the land previously claimed by France, and this helped the implementation of the Royal Proclamation of 1763. The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was an attempt by the British crown to separate white settlements from Indian country. The colonists took that the Royal Proclamation of 1763 clearly demonstrated that the British King was on the side of the Indians.
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    When did it all happen?
    The proclamation all started because of the war between the French and the British obviously, but the war started in 1754 C.E and ended in 1763 C.E. The outcome was one of the most significant developments in a century of Anglo-French conflict. France ceded its territory east of the Mississippi to Great Britain. It ceded French Louisiana west of the Mississippi River (including New Orleans) to its ally Spain, in compensation for Spain's loss to Britain of Florida(Spain had ceded this to Britain in exchange for the return of Havana, Cuba). France's colonial presence north of the Caribbean was reduced to the islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, confirming Britain's position as the dominant colonial power in eastern North America.
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    "Proclamation of 1763." Http:www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm. Web. 19 Jan. 2016. <http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm>.
    "Proclamation of 1763." Http:www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm. Web. 19 Jan. 2016. <http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm>.
    "Borrows, John (1997). "Wampum at Niagara: The Royal Proclamation, Canadian Legal History, and Self-Government". In Asch, Michael. Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press.

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Thursday, January 14

  1. page Benedict Arnold edited ... Benedict Arnold was a leader of the military during the American revolutionary war in 1775 to …
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    Benedict Arnold was a leader of the military during the American revolutionary war in 1775 to 1783. He was confident about being skilled, brave leader. He helped Ethan Allen’s troops, which captured Fort Ticonderoga. At the same time, he did an unsuccessful attack on British in Quebec. After his unsuccessful attack, he started a campaign in Lake Champlain, Ridgefield, and Saratoga. He also supported George Washington and got promotion to brigadier general. After several years, he married a women for a second time. His wife was rich so Arnold lived a rich life in Philadelphia. In 1777, even his wife was rich, the lower-ranked man got promoted, not him. He got really angry so he became a traitor and switched his sides and fought for British. But the British never trusted Arnold so he never became commander of the army. He died from swelling in London, United Kingdom.
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  2. page Benedict Arnold edited ... Benedict Arnold was a leader of the military during the American revolutionary war in 1775 to …
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    Benedict Arnold was a leader of the military during the American revolutionary war in 1775 to 1783. He was confident about being skilled, brave leader. He helped Ethan Allen’s troops, which captured Fort Ticonderoga. At the same time, he did an unsuccessful attack on British in Quebec. After his unsuccessful attack, he started a campaign in Lake Champlain, Ridgefield, and Saratoga. He also supported George Washington and got promotion to brigadier general. After several years, he married a women for a second time. His wife was rich so Arnold lived a rich life in Philadelphia. In 1777, even his wife was rich, the lower-ranked man got promoted, not him. He got really angry so he became a traitor and switched his sides and fought for British. But the British never trusted Arnold so he never became commander of the army. He died from swelling in London, United Kingdom.
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  3. page French & Indian War edited ... The final Colonial War was the French and Indian War. The tensions leading up to the war start…
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    The final Colonial War was the French and Indian War. The tensions leading up to the war started in 1689, but the war was officially declared in 1754 to 1763. A famous name for this war is The Seven Year War. You would think that this war is between the French and Indians but in reality, this war was fought between New France and Great Britain. Britain was supported by the Colonists, while France on the other hand was supported by the Native Americans. The conflict was played out in North America, Europe, Sweden, Austria, and France.
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