Colonists Identity

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Subject: American History
Date: July 3, 2004
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One member in Parliament saw how the colonists had grown and had united.For whatever reason the British Parliament repealed the Stamp Act, however this did not stop the disagreements about taxation and lack of representation. In 1774, the Coercive or Intolerable Acts were passed...
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As part of these acts, England closed all Boston harbors and ports. This deed effected everyone in the city and the colony. Also, England restricted local government and town meetings in Massachusetts. Other colonies along the Atlantic saw how much the colony of Massachusetts had been affected and sent them supplies to show their solidarity with a fellow colony...
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Colonists Identity   colonists were oppressed (DBQ)   Early Colonists in America   Effect of Colonists on Native Americans   Indians and Colonists Relations   Colonists' Fight For Freedom From England   Comparison of the British Parliament and the American Congress   British Parliament and Monarchy   Colonists   Parliament And The Presidential System   The British Parliament   The Parliament   Reforms of the European Parliament   The Parliament   On a Philippine Parliament  
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