In the 18th century there were a lot of restrictions placed on the colonist of America at the hands of King George III and Parliament. The first thing that happened was the French and Indian War also known as the “Seven Years War” which happened between the years of 1754 – 1763. This was a war between Great Britain and their two main enemies at the time France and Native Americans. This was one of four colonial wars between France and Great Britain. The outcome of
this war was Britain’s conquest of Canada; France compensated their ally Spain for its loss of Florida by ceding French control west of the Mississippi; and the colonial presence of France in the Caribbean north of the Mississippi to the tiny islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon. This confirmed dominancy of Britain i...
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...was appointed to write. On July 4, 1776 all representatives from the colonies agreed to the document. Information was added and taken away until they came up with a document that all parties would agree on. Then the representatives from the colonies signed and delivered the document to King George III and Parliament. There were many harsh words written to King George III which made the revolutionary war impossible to stop.
Once this document was received King George declared war and was not willing to give up his rights to the Colonies without a fight. In my opinion there was nothing going to stop the revolutionary war from happening. There were too many harsh words, taxes imposed, rights taken away, and protests from both sides. The colonists wanted freedom and the British wanted to remain in control. There was nothing that could have prevented war it was inevitable
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