United States of America
What was the Indian tribe that first encountered the Pilgrim colonists in New England?
Asked in History of England, American Revolution
Why were colonists angered by King George III's approach to governing them?
Asked in French and Indian War
How is the French and Indian War related to the colonists desire to become independent from England?
After the French and Indian War, England was in deep financial debt. As a result, the taxes on the colonists of the 13 colonies were increased. However, the taxes in England remained the same. This made many colonists furious. England's excuse was that the war was fought for the colonists, so they should pay for it. As a result, the colonists desired to become independent from Britain.
After the French and Indian War what did England try to do to the colonists that made them upset?
Asked in American Revolution, Colonial America
Why did the colonists become unhappy with British rule after the French and Indian War?
Asked in Colonial America
Should the colonist have felt justified in rebeling against England?
Asked in American Revolution
When did the Colonists start being taxed at a higher rate than subjects in England?
Asked in Politics and Government, War and Military History, Taxes and Tax Preparation, US Government
Why did England give the colonists additional taxes?
What is an example of conflict between New England colonists and Native Americans?
How is the French and Indian War a reason for the Revolutionary War?
Tbe colonists help fight the French so that England could gain control of some land west of the Applachian Mountains. Remember at this time, the colonists were still loyal to England. After the French and Indian war, England did not want the colonists to get into fights with the natives on the western side of the colonies. So then the issued the (Royal) Proclmation of 1763, stating that the Colonists could not move west of the Appalachian Mountains. The colonists were really mad at this, because they had just fought a war to gain land, and now they weren't allowed to move onto it. From the war, England was also in a huge debt, so they started taxing the colonists on all sorts of everyday neccesities, and people started having boycotts and protests against the products made from England. Thus, the Revolutionary War eventually started when the colonists got mad enough at England.
Asked in French and Indian War
How did North America after the French and Indian War?
First, it's shape changed. If the French had won the country would've been shaped differently, also the colonists got smarter. They now knew how to fight and believed they could take on England after this war. The colonists believed they no longer needed England. The French and Indian War was the starting point of the American Revolution.
How did the French and Indian War affect the Colonists?
What was the name of the Indian tribes that Christopher Columbus encountered?
Whose unfinished autobiography is called an Indian Pilgrim?
What did the colonists of New England eat for dessert in 1750?
The colonists had to make due with whatever they had on hand. Some desserts that were common in the New England Colonies were Indian pudding, berry cobbler, and pumpkin pie. Other desserts included custard, cooked fruits, and sweetmeats. There are also written records showing that the colonists began making ice cream as early as 1744.