AP U.S. History: British Forbiddence

The Royal Proclamation of 1763 forbade all British settlers to

AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 3: 1754–1800
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The king decided that if the colonists weren't able to

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solve the differences they had with the Native Americans themselves

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then he would just pull this car right over to

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the side of the curb and do it for them

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The Royal Proclamation of seventeen sixty three forbade colonists from

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traveling into territory west of the Appalachian Mountains which was

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meant to be reserved for the Native Americans This also

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gave birth to a brief flurry of nice guy King

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George means among Tribe iPhones So the answer is the

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travel west of the Appalachians are the wrong answers Well

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issues related to importation of slaves be and trade with

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islands in the West Indies weren't part of this particular

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royal proclamation Prohibiting British settlers from traveling east of the

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Atlantic Coast would have extremely complicated trade with Britain which

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the king definitely would not have wanted to do So

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get rid of CIA's Well the answer here is D

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As in don't you think I won't turn this cart

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right around all