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The book The Revolutionary War just included the important things that had happened directly before the war during the war and directly after the war It starts off in 1763 with the end of the French and Indian War and ends with a treaty in 1783 In chapter one they talk about why the war had begun It starts off talking about the better times in the colonies Being 3000 miles away from Britain they werent effected by the 30 billion debt in Britain yet So while Britain was in trouble America was thriving Agriculture was Americas backbone Almost all of Americas 25 million population were farmers In chapter one they also talk about The Proclamation of 1763 This is what began the series of things that had happened to cause the war to most Americans eyes It was issued in 1763 by King George III He had warned the colonists not to push across the Allegheny Mountains He ordered all colonists who had already pushed across the Allegheny Mountains to immediately go back to wherever they had come from He did this so that he would not have to fight another war this time with the Indians This act was very unpopular The colonists felt that if they wanted to move into the hostile Indian territory it should be their decision King George III also sent ten thousand troops to the colonies to warn any French who wanted to try to make the colonies theirs He and Prime Minister George Grenville believed that the colonists should pay for these troops So he taxed all of the Americans to pay for the troops salaries supplies and other expenses The colonists had to buy a stamp to pay for the necessities in their lives And if you did not use this stamp you were fined a great amount So either way the British still got money
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