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Mrs. Remstein 1999 DBQ The French and Indian War marked a great turning point in the relationship between England and it's colonies in America. After the war was over, the colonists felt like distinguished Englishmen and were more united than ever. To people in England though, they were regarded as second class citizens with an extremely large debt to pay to the British government...
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Mrs. Remstein 1999 DBQ The French and Indian War marked a great turning point in the relationship between England and it's colonies in America. After the war was over, the colonists felt like distinguished Englishmen and were more united than ever. To people in England though, they were regarded as second class citizens with an extremely large debt to pay to the British government...
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