Purpose of the Proclamation Act and Quebec Act in Early American History

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The British found themselves ruling a group of people in which they were unfamiliar with in terms of culture and practice and because of this were unable to adequately manage the people of this nation. To try and solve many of the problems that arose due to the Proclamation Act, the British tried to use the Quebec act to solve many of the problems. The Proclamation Act was issued because the King wanted to stop any hesitation or fear that was experienced by the Indians who felt that the colonists that were moving westward would remove them from their land especially because the Indians were not to fond of the English. He wanted to ensure that all relations and alliances that they had with the Native Indians were kept. Basically the Proclamation Act was protecting the Indians so the colonists could not take advantage of them so that the Indians would stay happy, however this made the colonists very displeased as they felt that the king was just ruling in favour of the Indians and chose to keep them (colonists) close so they could be easily ruled. The colonists were also upset beca...

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