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Q: What was expected of the new colonists in the new quartering act passed as part of the coercive acts in 1774?
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What laws closed Boston harbor and then placed Massachusetts under military rule?

Coercive acts

Became known as the Interable Act aimed putting pressureon colonist pay taxes and stop the smuggling?

The Intolerable Acts, also known as the Coercive Acts, were a series of laws passed by the British Parliament in 1774 in response to the Boston Tea Party. They were designed to punish the colonists in Massachusetts and assert British authority. The acts closed the Boston port, restricted town meetings, allowed British officials to be tried in England, and expanded Quartering Act powers. The goal was to force the colonists to pay for the destruction of the tea and to stop them from smuggling goods.

How did the Quartering Act affect the colonists?

The British further angered American colonists with the Quartering Act, which required the colonies to provide barracks and supplies to British troops. The Quartering Act was passed in June 2, 1765, against the wishes of the colonist. The Quartering Act was an indirect tax for the colonist. Under the law, the colonist had to give quarters, food, and transportation to the British soldiers. The British forced the colonist to accept it because they were protecting the colonists from the French. The colonists did not consider the French a threat and did not like the idea of paying for the British protection.

How did the quartering act lead to American revolution?

ANSWER:The Quartering Act, was one of the measures that was included in the Intolerable Acts, which were passed by Parliament, to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party, which was on December of 1773.A group of men, dressed as Indians, boarded the ship the Dartmouth and dumped 342 chests of tea into the Boston harbor.The Quartering Act, forced colonists to provide food and housing for the soldiers who ruled them.

What act was passed to punish colonists for rebelling against Stamp Act?

The Townshend Act was passed in 1767 after the Colonists rebelled against the Stamp Act. The Townshend Act was a tax on glass, paint, lead, tea and other things the Colonists needed.

Related questions

What acts were passed after the sugar act?

In no specific order Quartering Coercive Declaratory Tea Sugar Townshend Stamp Quartering

What was expected of the colonists through the new Quartering Act passed in 1774 as part of the Coercive Acts (Intolerable Acts)?

House British soldiers in their home, and feed and supply to them as this radio station for plymouth wi 800-872-9499or call me 920-892-2849The Quartering Act required American colonists to give food and lodging to Continental Army soldiers upon request.

Renamed the Intolerable Acts by the Colonist what were these laws actually named?

There were five acts that were passed that the colonists referred to as the Intolerable Acts:The Boston Port ActThe Massachusetts Government ActThe Administration of Justice ActThe Quartering ActThe Quebec ActParliament first named it the Coercive Acts.

Which act passed by parliament forced the colonists to house and feed british soldiers?

It was the Quartering Act that forced colonists to house and feed British soldiers. The act was passed in 1765.

What was the colonists name for the laws passed in 1774 that took many of the Massachusetts colonists rights?

the coercive acts

What did colonists call the coercive acts passed by Parliament spring of 1774?


What did colonists call coercive acts passed by parliament in spring of 1774?


Why did Parliament passed the coercive acts?

To punish colonists for the Boston Tea Party.

Why did the parliament passed the coercive acts?

To punish colonists for the Boston Tea Party.

What did colonists call the Coercive Acts passed by Parliament in spring of 1774?


What was the colonists name for the laws passed in 1774 that took away many of the Massachusetts colonists' rights?

the coercive acts

To punish the city of Boston for its infamous tea party parlianment passed the?

The Coercive Acts which were called The "Intolerable Acts." by the colonists. The first: Boston Port bill, closed the port of Boston, Administration of Justice Act, The Massachusetts Government Act, Quartering Act, The Quebec Act.