the stamp act was passed in 1765
Quartering Act: June 2, 1765 Stamp Act: March 22, 1765
It was in 1765.
The Loyalists thought that the Stamp Act was necessary as they were loyal to England. The Stamp Act was enacted in 1765.
What was the fear of the Stamp Act of 1765?
see stamp act of 1765
Colonists attended the Stamp Act Congress of 1765. The Stamp Act Congress was held in New York City in October of 1765.
The Stamp Act was not enforced until November 1, 1765.
The Stamp Act was passed on March 22nd 1765, which was a Friday.
the stamp act was passed in 1765!
The stamp act of 1765 was the requirement that all legal documents (contract, etc) had to have a stamp on it
The Stamp Act was passed by British Parliament in England in 1765, but it affected the American colonies... not entirely sure what is meant by the question. The anti-stamp act riots began in Boston on August 14, 1765, if that's what was being asked...
the stamp act because 1765 is before 1785 and in 1765 came the stamp act and in 1785 came the treaty of Paris
The stamp act of 1765 congress accomplished the declaration of rights of grievance.
In American colonies, reaction to the 1765 Stamp Act was greeted in America by an outburst of denunciation.
Remember, the stamp act is the revolotinary war,1765.
Yes, the Stamp Act of 1765 ended. The act was repealed when Parliament finally gave in to the colonists riots. The same day the Stamp Act was repealed, Parliament passed the Declaratory Act.
The Stamp Act was passed by British Parliament in 1765. This act imposed a direct tax American colonist for printed materials, such as legal documents and magazines, from England.
Yes, America was taxed in the Stamp Act in 1765