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The colonists expected to be free from England after the French and Indian War

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The colonists expected to be rewarded for fighting in the Seven Years War.

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Why were colonists angered by king George approach to governing them?

The colonists expected to be free from England after the French and Indian War


Things king george the third has done to colonists?

Taxation without representation, unfair governing.


Who angered the colonists because they did not want taxation without representation?

The Sons of Liberty (and Paul Revere) incited the colonists against merry old England, personified by good King George and his redcoats.


Who was most angered by george iii's proclamation of 1763?

The American colonists were most angered by George III's Proclamation of 1763, which restricted westward expansion beyond the Appalachian Mountains. They viewed it as an infringement on their rights to settle new lands and expand their territory after the French and Indian War. This proclamation was one of the grievances that eventually led to the American Revolution.


Why did the strong approach of King George III anger many colonists?

they were expecting a reward for participating in the French and Indian War.


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Who let the Texas colonists into Texas?

the person who letTexas colonists into Texas was George Washignton


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Who did the colonists revolt against?

King George the Third. Assuming you mean the American colonists.


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Did King George III send soldiers to capture the colonists military supplies?

King George III captured the colonists military supplies to stop them from rebelling.


Why did the Colonies hate King George III?

The Declaration listed grievances against the British King. Amongst George's offenses, the Declaration charged, "He has abdicated Government here ... He has plundered our seas, ravaged our Coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people."