American Isotry

French and Indian War DBQ
The French and Indian War’s mark left a political, economic, and ideological effect on the colonies and England. These common aspects and the relations between the two allies changed in the war. With the beginning of republicanism, the colonists started to think about monarch rule. Taxes imposed on the colonists by Britain led to anger and unrest with the colonists and the increased responsibilities of the war convinced the colonists of their growing strength and power. It forced them to think what the change of independence will bring, and to relook their own power as colonists. With the war it changed the way people thought in the colonies. Geographic places where people live will be affected.
The French and Indian War had an important effect on the colonies. The colonists wanted more when it came to gaining land. Document B expresses how the colonization of the colonies has changed how the natives lived. It is clear that there was damage done to the people of the Iroquois and other tribes. The attitude that the Native Americans portrayed may have affected the way Britain regarded its newly gained French land. Britain did not want the colonists to settle in the western lands past the Mississippi. The colonists however, felt that it was their right to settle these lands but, while the Native Americans were protesting, the British feared more violence from them. They did not allow the colonists to settle the west for this reason and that it would take time and effort to organize the western lands.
Parliament’s political decisions for the colonies after the French and Indian War put tension on political relation.   The British taxes imposed on the colonies did not hurt them. The colonists were not worried with the taxes, but instead worried about how high the taxes can become. The Stamp Act   was one the main reasons why people in the colonies were outraged as stated in document G. The British Parliament taxed the colonies without giving...