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The Navigation Acts was when the British raised the prices, and made it illegal for the colonies to trade with anyone but them.

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Q: What was taxed or what did it do to the colonists in the Navigation Acts?
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Who taxed the colonists during the townshend acts?

Parliament taxed the colonists


How did the colonists respond to the navigation acts?

before the navigation acts the colonists could trade more freely


How did some colonists respond to the Navigation Act?

before the navigation acts the colonists could trade more freely


How did some colonists aviod the navigation acts?

smuggling


How did some colonists get around navigation acts?

Some colonists resorted to smuggling in order to get around the Navigation Acts. They were a series of acts that restricted foreign shipping for trade between the colonies and England.


How did some colonists get around the Navigation Acts?

Some colonists resorted to smuggling in order to get around the Navigation Acts. They were a series of acts that restricted foreign shipping for trade between the colonies and England.


What was the result of the Navigation Acts?

colonists could only sell there goods


What was the results of the navigation acts?

colonists could only sell there goods


Navigation Acts required colonists to do most of their trading?

they had to trade with England


What happen during the navigation acts?

ships were taxed on all imported goods........ It's true


How did the Navigation Acts implement Britain's mercantilist policy?

The Navigation Acts implemented Britain's mercantilist policy through providing structure. The items were watched more closely so they could be taxed.


What acts taxed the colonists?

stamp act, townsend act, quartereing act and the proclamation of 1763