#15     Post French and Indian War America

 What questions came to the British colonists after Pontiac's War?  p 95  What was the use of this costly British army if they can't offer us basic protection (from the Indians)?

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New relationship between England and her colonies.  England was in debt (the French and Indian War cost over 140 million lbs) and felt it was the obligation of the colonies to pay that debt.

    1.  Spiritual differences

         Great Awakening had a longer lasting effect in united colonists as never before.

    2.  Military differences

         Colonial soldier was terrain savvy and fought to defend  family & home.

    3.  Economic differences

Colonists had a productive agricultural system. Well fed!!

  George III

 New King in 1760 determined to rule the colonists.  He asked Parliament to keep a closer eye on the financial and political affairs of the colonies.

He wanted to station 10,000 British troops in the colonies and tax the colonists 350,000 lbs per year to pay for it.


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Updated: September 28, 2017

 

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