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Why did king George III issue the proclamation of 1763 and how did colonists react?
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The Proclamation, while nominally establishing control over the lands won from the French in America and Canada, also sought to limit the involvement of British armies keeping the peace along the frontiers. It did this by establishing a limit on how far settlers could go to build in the Ohio Valley. But most colonists ignored the restriction, especially those who want to rebuild settlements lost in the French and Indian War. The proclamation did nothing to prevent more hostilities between the colonists and the Native Americans, as evidenced by Pontiac's Rebellion (1763-1766).
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How did the American colonists react to the Proclamation of 1763?
The proclamation of 1763 was a public announcement that said all lands of the Appalachian Mountains belonged to the Native Americans. Colonists became angry with the Proclamation of 1763 because the Proclamation gave the Crown a monopoly on land bought from Native Americans. So, instead of listening and following the Proclamations rules and orders, they ignored them. They were angry that Britain had limited the area available for settlement. They were also upset because the law forbade them from settling in the Ohio River Valley where there was fertile soil for farming, and the Native Americans weren't using it. Many colonists had already bought land west of the Appalachians and now weren't allowed to move. Many colonists did not respect the Native Americans and did not want to preserve their land. The colonists just ignored the law and moved across the Appalachians. AWESOMENESS!
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How did colonists react to the Proclamation of 1763?
The American colonists for the most part ignored the Proclamation in their drive to occupy the lands of the Ohio Valley following the defeat of the French. The Native American populations were nominally recognized, but this did not stop settlements from being established or re-established, leading to Pontiac's Rebellion (1763-1766) and similar conflicts. Tribal and colonial conflicts continued, and most previously Indian lands were eventually controlled by settlers.
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